The Brownsville Public Utilities Board and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will host a public meeting March 1 from 6-8 p.m. about the Resaca Restoration Project. Learn more about this upcoming meeting in this week’s BPUB Update.
The city of Brownsville hosted a Drainage Report meeting at the central branch of the Brownsville Public Library on Jan. 27, and the Brownsville Public Utilities Board was there to give a presentation on the Resaca Restoration Project and to show support for this event. The two sessions that were held on that day offered…
Members of the community came out for a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Children’s Museum of Brownsville to celebrate the opening of the Outdoor Learning Garden. This new feature at the museum includes an exhibit on the Resaca Restoration Project. Hear what people had to say about the city’s resacas and the exhibit in this week’s BPUB Update.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board is accepting online scholarship applications, each worth $1,000, through its Project SHARE program.
November 2015 marked the official opening of a special collaboration between the BPUB and the Children’s Museum of Brownsville. The BPUB believes in the investment in our community’s children and the city’s resacas and what they mean to future water reliability.
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.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB), in partnership with the Gladys Porter Zoo, recently launched its Junior Resaca Explorers program to educate Brownsville students about resacas and the wildlife that live in them.
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.
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,…
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.