Water Treatment Plant
The Water Treatment Plant is responsible for producing safe and acceptable water in accordance with State and Federal health standards.
The City of Granbury’s New Water Treatment Plant began operations utilizing microfiltration/reverse osmosis technology when it went online in October of 2017. The plant expanded Granbury’s treated surface water capacity by more than 500 percent and replaced the old water treatment plant.
- The new plant went online in October 2017 and has allowed the City to eliminate purchasing water from the Acton Municipal Utility District.
- After the completion phase 1 of the Water Treatment Plant, the City began for Phase II of the Surface Water Treatment Plant upgrades. The upgrades were done to increase the plants capacity from 2.5 MGD to 5.0 MGD capacity, in order to meet the City of Granbury’s current daily water requirements; which are approximately 1.5 to 2.0 MDG per day. On peak demand days, the City is using 3 to 3.5 MGD per day. MGD = million gallons per day.
The City of Granbury’s Consumer Confidence Report (CCR); also known as Annual Water Quality Report or Drinking Water Quality Report, is a document that provides you, the consumer, with important information about the quality of the City’s drinking water in an easy to read format. It includes information about the source(s) of water used, chemical contaminants, bacteriological contaminants, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) compliance with drinking water rules, educational health information, water system contact information and public participation opportunities. This report includes information from the previous calendar year; which is for the period of January 1 to December 31.