Water

 

The City of Graham owns and operates a water treatment plant and distribution system that provides high quality drinking water to the residents of Graham and all of Young County which includes Ft. Belknap Water Supply Corporation, City of Bryson, City of Newcastle, Graham East Water Supply Corporation, and the City of Throckmorton. The City’s water plant is designed to treat 6 million gallons of water each day and is located on the south side of Lake Graham. The Water Department maintains 64.8 miles of waterlines, three storage tanks, and three pump stations.

Water Plant Superintendent: Dennis Fellows

 

2007 Drinking Water Quality Report

2010 Drinking Water Quality Report

 

To report water problems during businesses hours, please call 940.549.3322 or 940.549.3323.

After Hour Emergencies: 940.549.1555

 

07/30/14
Summer Reading Program

08/02/14
"Raise the Roof" Graham Area Crisis Center Fundraiser

08/14/14
Graham Town Hall Meeting Hosted by U.S. Representative Randy Neugebauer

09/22/14
Chamber Luncheon feat. Luke Robbins, Young County Chief Tax Appraiser

10/24/14
Graham TX 4th Monday Trade Days

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Stage 3 Water Restrictions Enacted
The City of Graham is implementing Stage 3 Water Restrictions effective today May 22, 2014. The goal of Stage 3 restrictions is to reduce water use by 20% from normal use. Click here Details

Lake Graham Elevation Study May 2014
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Options for Raw Water Intake as of 06-05-14
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City Council Meetings
City Council meets every other Thursday.