Information located within this page is intended to inform and aid in educating the customers of Brentwood's water and wastewater system about the services being provided. Additional water and wastewater related information has also been included for our customer's benefit.
Consumer Confidence Report - This report details the quality of drinking water being delivered to our customers.
Links To Helpful/Educational Web Sites
Tips for Freezing Weather
Projects & Updates
- Water Station Replacement Projects:
The purpose of this project is to replace and upsize two of the City's water pumping stations. One located along Murray Lane, across the road from the entrance to Windstone Subdivision and the second at the intersection of Murray Lane and Johnson Chapel Road West.
Update (March, 2015):
The new station has been installed and testing and start up of the station will begin the week of March 9th. Once testing is completed, approximately 30 days, then the old statoin will be removed and shipped back to the manufacturer to be refurbished. The refurbished station will then be installed at the intersection of Murray Lane and Johnson Chapel Rd. West, this coming summer.
Annual Water Line Replacement Project 2015 (currently working in Stonehenge):
The purpose of this project is to replace aging water lines as part of the department's efforts to maintain the integrity of the City's water distribution system. The next phase will include replacement of aging 6 inch plastic pipe with new ductile iron pipe along Prince Phillip Cove, Albert Drive, and Ashby Drive.
Update (March, 2015):
The next phase of the project has been designed and approved by the State. This project is being planned with construction anticipated for late spring, 2015.
Water and Sewer Rate Study
On February 9, 2015, the City contracted with Willdan Financial Group to update the utility's long range financial model and rate structure. The study will be done in conjunction with the development of the Master Plan, such that the proposed rates and charges will adequately cover anticipated operating and capital expenditures and distribute those costs equitably between customer classes and new development. The study will also examine the different pricing structures available to the City to encourage water conservation.
Sewer Rehabilitation Program: Click here for information
RFP's and Solicitations to Bid
Click here for information on current procurement projects