The City has received a notice from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) that requires mandatory public reporting. To read the notice, click here

Why did the City receive the violation notice?

Per the guidelines of the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the City is required to complete proper sampling and reporting for Lead and Cooper.  While the samples were taken prior to the deadline, the laboratory failed to submit the results to TCEQ by the required deadline.  Failure to submit the results on time, trigger all water system customers to be notified.

Was there an issue with the water quality during the reported period?

No.  The samples collected were analyzed and found to be compliant with TCEQ drinking water regulations.

Why does the notice state that the City did not complete all monitoring/testing and is unsure of the quality of the drinking water?

This portion of the notice is provided by TCEQ and may not be edited by the City.  Within the same notice, the City has provided an explanation of why the notice was required.

Whom can I contact if I have any more questions regarding this matter?

For additional information, please contact Lead Operator Gama Escamilla at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (713) 467-9762.