The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) will hold an open meeting at the Board Room at the BPUB Administration Building on Wednesday, July 15 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. to explain the Drinking Water Quality Report and discuss the city’s drinking water.
Thanks to an EPA grant, the Brownsville Public Utilities Board was able to add a water quality specialist to its Resaca Restoration Project team. Hear more about the job in this week’s BPUB Update.
Energy Conservation You have the power to save money and energy right in your own home. Increasing energy efficiency is like adding another clean energy source to our electric power grid. Water Conservation We need to save water every way we can. You can reduce your water consumption by taking just a few simple steps.…
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Small leaks around your home can go undetected for years, and if left unnoticed, over time a small amount of wasted water starts adding up to a higher water bill. Find out how these simple steps can help you detect leaks.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) will lower the water level in one portion of Resaca De La Guerra by 2 feet to accommodate repair work that must be done by a contractor for Brownsville and Rio Grande International Railway.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) announces there will be a water service interruption Wednesday night from 10 p.m. until approximately 5 a.m. that will affect more than 300 customers in the area between Dockberry Road and George Saenz Lane.
Approximately 30 Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) customers at the Victoria Garden Housing Authority complex are currently without water service today due to a broken water line in the area of Grant Street and International Boulevard. BPUB crews have closed valves in the area to stop water losses and are excavating to assess the extent of a water line rupture.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) asks its customers to conserve electricity from today until Friday, June 5, especially during peak demand hours between 3-7 p.m. This request is being made as part of a call to limit or reduce electrical use in the Lower Rio Grande Valley sent out by the Electric Reliability Council…
The City of Brownsville’s goal is to provide these tips and online resources that you can use to be prepared in case Brownsville is faced with a hurricane. We hope that this will be useful to you.