BPUB Invites Community to Tour Facilities

Some lucky members of the community will get an inside look of many BPUB facilities May 22 as part of BPUB’s community tour program. This event is an opportunity for our customers to see firsthand what BPUB does on behalf of the community every day.

BPUB Raises Money for Project SHARE Through Golf Tournament

Project SHARE was created in 1985 to assist the community. Since we work and live here, the Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) believes in sharing resources with those who may need a helping hand, including senior citizens on fixed incomes and low-income families in emergency situations who may experience difficulty in paying their BPUB electric, water or wastewater bill. Throughout the year, BPUB customers are able to help their neighbors by adding one.. Read More

BPUB Teaches Community About Health

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board took some time off from talking about electrical and water conservation to discuss ways to conserve your health. Learn about the annual BPUB Connects to Wellness event in this week’s BPUB Update.

BPUB Update – Free Income Tax Assistance

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board is always looking for ways to give back to the community, and one of the ways it does so is through participation in a United Way program that offers free income tax assistance. Learn more about it in this week’s BPUB Update.

BPUB Spreads Word About Resaca Restoration Project at Zoo

BPUB went to the Gladys Porter Zoo during the zoo’s Wild Tales event to help educate people about the Resaca Restoration Project. With divers now dredging at the zoo, there was an extra reason to spread the word. With a boat floating in the resaca and a man in the water, there was sure to be some questions about what was going on there.   But the zoo is a wonderful opportunity to.. Read More

Ground Breaking Held for Resaca Restoration Project Museum Exhibit

The Children’s Museum of Brownsville held a ground breaking Oct. 22 for a 3,000-square-foot outdoor expansion that will feature an exhibit about BPUB’s Resaca Restoration Project. BPUB’s contribution to this project is an exhibit that will teach children about the dewatering system used in the Resaca Restoration Project. The way it works is that a dredger, essentially a specialized boat, is used to break up and remove built up sediment and debris. This.. Read More