FY 2021-2022 Annual Budget

Organizational Chart


The Water Production Division is responsible for producing and supplying quality water that complies with all federal and state water quality standards, while meeting system demands at all times. TCEQ requires flushing dead end water mains monthly to preserve the quality of the water delivered to the customer. Currently there are approximately 26 dead ends that require flushing.

Operational duties are performed seven days a week at each treatment facility and include; daily operations check and reporting, daily in house samples on TCEQ qualified equipment, and checking and adjusting chemical feed rates. Scheduled maintenance includes; maintenance and repair of all chemical pumping equipment and appurtenances, maintenance and repair of disinfection equipment, instrumentation calibration, chemical order, and delivery. The Division must also complete and submit required Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) self-monitoring reports monthly. Water samples are sent to a TCEQ certified lab for testing on a weekly basis. Approximately 300,000 gallons of water is treated daily. All repairs of the disinfection system, electrical and chemical feed systems are completed and managed by staff.

Budget Summary

Personnel Summary

2020-2021 Accomplishments

  1. Received notice from TCEQ permission to display the Superior system status
  2. TCEQ inspections reports no violations
  3. Obtained professional assistance in developing an Emergency Response Plan
  4. Developed an Corrosion Control Plan
  5. Instituted an increased sampling plan to meet TCEQ requirements for Blending Chlorine and Chlorlaminated water


  1. To comply with all Performance Measures and keep track via work orders with all the proper information
  2. Improve service levels and efficiencies of existing operations
  3. Maintain drinking water quality and insure system reliability
  4. Continue collecting and testing water supply

FY22 Objectives

  1. Monthly staff meetings to keep everyone informed and up to date, and to discuss any challenges or barriers
  2. Enhance communication regarding city services between staff and residents as well as within the department
  3. Continue to monitor water quality to ensure compliance with all Safe Drinking Water Act rules and regulations as well as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
  4. Routine monthly sampling and analysis required by TCEQ regulations as mandated by the EPA