CNG or compressed natural gas is a domestically available, economical, clean burning, alternative fuel source for vehicles.
The City of Corpus Christi Gas Department is making it easier for builders to offer Natural Gas as a standard feature in all future homes for potential homeowners.
Teaching people about storm water drainage and the impact of litter and dumping on the health and quality of our water is key to pollution prevention.
The Wastewater Department wants to remind citizens about the proper ways to dispose of fats, oils and grease (FOG). Learn more about the FOG initiative.
The City of Corpus Christi Gas Department is pleased to offer the Natural Advantage Home Rebate Program. A rebate in the amount specified will be given for each natural gas appliance installed in a
Learn about City Ordinance Chapter 35, Oil and Gas Wells.
Pay online, on the phone, by automatic bank draft, at City Hall, at a substation location or by mail.
Learn about the steps to establish your Natural Gas Service.
City employees and volunteers have put the message "No Dumping" onto hundreds of storm drains to help eliminate illegal discharges of pollutants into the storm system. Learn how to participate.
Find information about state requirements for construction sites to prevent storm water runoff into local bodies of water such as creeks, streams and bays.
Learn about Pet Waste Pollution, Disposing of Yard Waste, Household Hazardous Waste and how City Ordinances prohibit pollution that can make its way into our storm drain system.
For residents that are selected to participate, Water Department employees will re-use water that was released from flushing fire hydrants to water your yard.
The City operates a state-certified lab to perform required water testing. View the most recent Water Quality Reports below.
Find utility rates, service information, and information on related programs.