For over 130 years, the City of Corpus Christi has been vital as the water supplier for the seven-county region.
CCW plans for future needs and strives to improve water quality, customer satisfaction, efficiency, and productivity. CCW also reviews the design and construction of water infrastructure to ensure resiliency. Additionally, water conservation programs and resources are promoted by CCW to inspire the community to take an active role in protecting the environment.
Our commitment to 500,000 residents across the Coastal Bend is to plan, produce and deliver water that is affordable, drought-proof, sustainable, and reliable.
Corpus Christi Water comprises:
- 600+ Employees
- 4 Surface Water Sources
- 1 Fresh Water Treatment Plant
- 1 Water Quality Lab
- 9 Water Storage Tanks
- 1,700+ Miles of underground water distribution pipelines
- 6 Wastewater Treatment Plants
- 100+ Wastewater Lift Stations
- 1,400+ Miles of underground wastewater pipelines
For Corpus Christi Water
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CCW Mailing Address:
2726 Holly Road
Corpus Christi, TX 78415
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The mission of the Backflow Cross-Connection Control Program is to ensure the safety of the potable water supplied to customers.
Learn more about the effort to evaluate potential future water supplies for the City of Corpus Christi.
Click here to find out where to purchase a rain barrel.
Sunrise Beach Campground and RV Park is located in San Patricio County on Lake Corpus Christi. It is owned and operated by Corpus Christi Water.
Find utility rates, service information, and information on related programs.
For residents that are selected to participate, Corpus Christi Water employees will re-use water that was released from flushing fire hydrants to water your yard.
Provided in accordance with the United States EPA, the City provides the public with an annual statement describing the water supply and the quality of our water.
Xeriscape (pronounced Zer'-i-skap) is the conservation of water and energy with water conservation in mind. The Xeriscape Learning Center and Design Garden is located at 1900 N. Chaparral. Learn more here.