ABOUT CWA

The Coastal Water Authority (CWA) is a conservation and reclamation district created by a Special Act of the 60th Legislature of the State of Texas in 1967.  CWA provides untreated surface water to the cities of Houston, Baytown, and Deer Park; all for municipal purposes.  CWA also provides untreated surface water to approximately 100 industries, and a few agricultural customers.  The Authority is governed by a 7-member Board of Directors; 4 of whom are appointed by Houston's Mayor, and 3 who are appointed by the Governor of Texas.


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Houston Dept. of Public Works

Current Projects

Luce Bayou Interbasin Transfer Project   Energy Initiatives and Electrical Usage   Dependable Treated Water for Industry  

Latest News

2013 CWA Pension Plan
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Audited 2013 CWA Pension Plan

2012 Audited CWA Financials
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Final Audited Report

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Upcoming Events

5/14/2014 10:00 AM at 1801 Main Street, Suite 800, Houston, TX 77002
May 14, 2014 Board Meeting

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