Drinking Water Quality Report
In compliance with Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) rules and regulations, an annual Drinking Water Quality Report is made available for customers to view.
Drought Response Stages
The City of Belton is currently not under a drought stage.
The drought response stages were created to promote water conservation. Each stage corresponds to different water shortage conditions. Following the conditions for each stage helps conserve water during times when supply is limited.
- Stage 1- Mild Water Shortage Conditions
- Stage 2- Moderate Water Shortage Conditions
- Stage 3- Severe Water Shortage Conditions
- Stage 4 - Critical Water Shortage Conditions
- Stage 5- Emergency Water Shortage Conditions
Wastewater Collection cleans and maintains the City's wastewater mains and lift stations. They also respond to clogged wastewater mains, emergency overflows, and lift station call-outs.
The City of Belton, with the City of Temple, funds for the operation of the Temple-Belton Wastewater Treatment Plant. This is accomplished through a contract with the Brazos River Authority.
Brazos River Authority
2405 East 6th Avenue
Belton, Texas 76513
The Temple-Belton Wastewater Treatment facility makes Tri-Gro products available to the public for purchase. The most popular product is a compost humus produced with wood products and wastewater bio-solids. Since Tri-Gro is processed at temperatures above 133 degrees, it is free of weed seeds, plant diseases and pathogens.
|Product||Price Per Cubic Yard||Availability|
|Unscreened Compost||$8.50||Wednesday and Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
|Native Wood Mulch||$8.50||First and Third Saturdays 8 a.m. - noon|
|Advantages of Mulch||Tri-Gro Benefits|
All utility locate requests are submitted through Texas 811. Requests are required at least 48 hours (two working days) prior to the planned start of excavation. For utility locate questions, call 254-933-5823.