BPUB has added a Resaca Education and Outreach Coordinator to its ranks thanks to a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Sadot Azzua joins BPUB with a background in outreach. Her principal purpose at BPUB is to educate residents about the importance of the Resaca Restoration Project and keep them informed about all of…
The next venue for the Resaca Restoration Project requires some careful coordination and planning before it begins. See why it was necessary to use a crane operator in this week’s BPUB Update. Don’t forget to like us at www.facebook.com/ILoveResacas for all the latest updates
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board Administrative offices will be closed Tuesday, November, 11 2014 in observance of Veterans Day. Payments may be made online or at the pay stations. For service calls or emergencies, call (956) 983-6300.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) has contracted with American Underwater Services (AUS) to use divers to clean out the resaca system at Gladys Porter Zoo as part of BPUB’s Resaca Restoration Project.
With work winding down at the Dean Porter Park Resaca, this week’s BPUB Update looks at some of the benefits that the Resaca Restoration Project has done for the waterway.
Some lucky members of the community received a tour of many BPUB facilities Oct. 17 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. Most people take for granted what it takes to get power in…
BROWNSVILLE, TX – Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) crews are working to restore service to approximately 1,484 customers in northeast Brownsville. The interruption began at approximately 12:03 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18 when the Brownsville Police Department reported a wire down near FM 802 and Paredes Line Road in Brownsville
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BPUB’s GreenBusiness program is officially underway. Just ask Trico Products. That company was the first business to receive a rebate for updating its facility to be more energy efficient. Trico was awarded a check for $14,289 for its efforts.
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS –The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has discontinued the rolling blackouts that were ordered late Wednesday afternoon. At this time, all Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) customers should have power restored.