- Contract Solicitations
- Procurement Bids
- Construction & Materials Specifications
- Developer Resources
- Contractors\Plumbers List
- Clearing and Grading Ordinance
- Cross-Connection Control and Backflow Prevention Program
- Fire Hydrant Meter Rates
- Flatrate Sewer Program
- Impact Fees
- Modeling Criteria Guidelines
- New Service
- Specifications for New Development
- TxDOT Utility Installation Requests
- Utility Service Regulations
- Well Permit Forms
- Design Resources
- Commercial Rebates
- SMWB at SAWS
- Bidder, Consultant and Vendor Registration
The Developer Resources section provides documents and information to help with the planning and implementation of water and sewer service extensions into new areas.
The water supply impact fee is scheduled to increase June 1, 2015.
Directory of contractors/plumbers that have been authorized to make connections to SAWS' water, reuse, and/or wastewater utilities.
SAWS helps to protect water quality by enforcing clearing and grading ordinances on local construction projects.
Ordinance requirements for irrigation systems and drought-tolerant grass varieties in new developments.
Help safeguard public drinking water and protect the health of our customers by maintaining a high level of backflow prevention and cross-connection control.
Process information for submitting electronic versions of project plans for Counter Services projects.
SAWS may authorize a meter to be connected temporarily to a fire hydrant during construction operations in lieu of installing a temporary service line.
Find out if your general account is eligble for flatrate sewer billing.
Impact fees are imposed on new development to help recover capital costs associated with providing the infrastructure and other required improvements to new development.
Computer modeling guidelines for subdivision where pressure is not within regulations.
Installation of new water or wastewater installations to water or wastewater mains where none existed before.
Current information and standard documents for use by developers and engineers for the review and approval of subdivision plats and related construction plans.
Effective Jan. 1, 2012 all utility installation requests for water and sewer improvements within the Texas Department of Transportation Right-of-Way.
Utility Service Regulations establish the policies governing service extension to customers of SAWS water, sewer and recycled water utilities.