Water and Waste Water

The two main goals of this department are to ensure an adequate supply of potable and palatable water at continuous pressure, and to ensure an adequate capacity for wastewater flow to the treatment plant.

*Backflow Test Report Form


The City purchases water from three different sources:
• Manville Water (ground water) 
• Blue Water  (ground water)
• Colorado River Alluvium Aquifer

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
The TCEQ is the environmental agency for the state. For further information, view the TCEQ website.


Water Leaks
If a leak occurs in a water line between the meter and the house, in most cases it is the responsibility of the homeowner. Upon request, the Public Works Department will come out and evaluate the situation.

Tips for finding and fixing 3 common leaks.


Water Contact Information
Issue Contact
Water line break or low pressure (512) 272-5555
After hours, leave a message (512) 703-8587


Wastewater Contact Information
Issue Contact
Water line break or low pressure (512) 272-5555
After hours, leave a message (512) 703-8587


Grease
Grease poured down drains collects in the sewer system forming a solid grease clog. These clogs obstruct the sewer lines, causing the sewer to back up in your home or place of business.


Manholes
Manholes are covered for the protection of the sewer system. Please do not tamper with or remove a cover. They can contain poisonous gases that can lead to serious illness.

 

Current Watering Restrictions
Currently stage 1 - Watering restrictions table

The City of Manor Strives to promote Community spirit through the preservation of our unique character and heritage, while fostering a dynamic economic environment.

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