Phone: (979) 968-3127
After Hours: (979) 968-3127 (24-hour answering service)
Water and Sewer Taps
For new construction a water and sewer tap will be necessary to provide service. Please contact the Utilities office at (979) 968-3127. Allow 24 hours for activating an existing meter. If there is no existing meter, a new water tap and fee is required.
Schedule of fees:
Residential Deposit: $75
Commercial Deposit: based on two months consumption
New water tap:
3/4" - $750
1" - $850
Water billing payments are due by the 15th of each month. Payments may be made at 155 E. Colorado.
Get the Facts About Your Drinking Water
Here you can view La Grange's annual drinking water quality reports, also known as Consumer Confidence Reports. If you have ever wondered where your water comes from or what is in your drinking water, you will find the answer to these and more questions in these documents. Public water suppliers must provide these reports to their water customers each year by July 1, as required by the 1996 amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA).
The City of La Grange annual water quality reports are listed below. This report contains important information about the source and quality of your drinking water.
2020 - Annual Water Quality Report
2019 - Annual Water Quality Report
2018 - Annual Water Quality Report
2017 - Annual Water Quality Report
2016 - Annual Water Quality Report
2015 - Annual Water Quality Report
2014 - Annual Water Quality Report
2013 - Annual Water Quality Report
These reports are full of some complex language and long words (trihalomethanes?!) To help you understand the terms we have included some helpful links from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the American Water Works Association (AWWA), and NSF International:
- EPA: Consumer Confidence Report Home (basic information, frequently asked questions, and links to online reports )
- AWWA: Straight Talk on Water Quality Reports
- NSF: Water Quality (CCR) Reports
- Source Water Protection in Texas