About Coastal Water Authority

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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Our Board Of Directors

 
 

President

D. WAYNE KLOTZ, P. E., D. WRE, F. ASCE
 

1st Vice-President

TONY L. COUNCIL, P. E.

 

2nd Vice-President

DOUGLAS E. WALKER

 

Secretary-Treasurer

ALAN D. CONNER

 

JOSEPH G. SOLIZ

GITI ZARINKELK, P. E., F. SAME

THOMAS A. REISER

Tom Reiser

 
Next Scheduled Board Meeting:  Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - 10:00 AM

Persons wishing to address the Coastal Water Authority Board at the regular monthly meeting must request time on the agenda at least one week before the meeting so that the public comment can be included on the agenda in compliance with the open meetings act.  Requests for time on the agenda should be in writing and sent by mail or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or through the Contact-Us page.  Requests must include the County and topic of discussion.  Comments will be limited to three minutes.

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