Water: Water is provided by the City of Granbury Public Works through a combination of wells and a surface water plant. The water is provided to the Commerce Centre of Granbury through 12-inch supply lines. Current well capacity is about 2,000,000 gallons per day (2 mgd) and the water plant supplies 2.5 mgd. This system can supply the fresh water and wastewater for business operations. The City of Granbury Public Works Department recently has won numerous awards as a Superior Public Water System and as a top tasting water in Texas.
Wastewater: Wastewater service is provided by the City of Granbury Public Works. Current excess capacity is 200,000 gpd through and 12-inch service lines are installed the Commerce Centre of Granbury. The City of Granbury has received approval from TCEQ for construction of the new East Wastewater Treatment Plant (2,000,000 GPD) to increase overall system wastewater treatment capacity.
Electricity: Tri-County Electric Cooperative (TCEC) provides service to the Commerce Centre of Granbury. The current substation is fed by a 138 megawatt (mw) transmission line which has a capacity of 20 mw with approximately seven (7) mw of available power, with a 14.4 kV line located in the Commerce Centre The current substation is located about 2,100 feet from the Commerce Centre and Tri-County has purchased land to build an additional substation near the Commerce Centre. The City of Granbury Electric Department also provides electric service to many parts of the City. Other regulated electric providers include United Cooperative Services and Brazos Electric Cooperative which also serves Hood County.
Natural Gas: Atmos Energy supplies natural gas to the City. The line nearest the Commerce Centre is six inches and is rated at approximately 15psig and 15mcfh.
Telecommunications: Fiber service is in the Commerce Centre at speeds up to 1000 Mbps provided by AT&T. Redundancy is available. Spectrum and United Cooperative Services and also serves the City of Granbury.
Waste/Garbage: The City provides garbage service to all parts of the City of Granbury Public Works.
Environmental Conditions: Granbury and Hood County are currently in an EPA Attainment Area in the Dallas Metroplex.