Public Works

The Public Works Department is the main administrative office providing supervision, direction, engineering and coordination overseeing of the divisions listed below. This department represents the City in dealing with governmental agencies, private consultants and the general public. Public Works also responds to customer inquiries and needs as they relate to Public Works activities.

Our Mission

To provide high quality and responsive service to the residents and business owners of Granbury with regard to the management, development, safety and maintenance of the cities streets, water and wastewater system operations. 

THE CITY OF GRANBURY IS UNDER STRICT WATER RESTRICTIONS :
THE CITY REMAINS UNDER A STAGE 2 DROUGHT CONDITION.  PLEASE FOLLOW THE FLYER'S WATERING SCHEDULE.
Stage 2 Drought Conditions Flyer (click link to flyer for more information)

The Public Works Divisions are:

  • Building Maintenance
  • Meters
  • Electric
  • Water Distribution
  • Fleet Maintenance
  • Water Treatment
  • Ground/Surface Water
  • Wastewater Collection
  • Street Maintenance
  • Wastewater Treatment


Development
Resources
Water/Wastewater
Resources
Flood Plain Administration
Resources
Facilities Improvement Agreement (FIA)Application for On-Site Sewage FacilityFEMA Flood Map Service Center
Facilities Improvement Agreement (FIA) ChecklistApplication for On-Site Sewage Facility - Modification FormFEMA Elevation Certificate 2015 Edition
Electric Distribution LetterWater Well Application for ApprovalCity of Granbury Flood Plain Management Ordinance Article 3.10
Policy of the Installation of Public ImprovementsStandard Construction Specifications for Public Works ProjectsFloodplain Development FAQ's
City of Granbury Zoning OrdinanceCity of Granbury CCN Water Service Area MapHood County Flood Insurance Study
City of Granbury Inc. Boundary & ETJ Map
Subdivision Ordinance
Right-of-Way Permit (ROW)

You can also access an Open Records Request online here. Click here for more information.

The City of Granbury's Consumer Confidence Report (CCR); also known as Annual Water Quality Report or Drinking Water Quality Report, is a document that provides you, the consumer, with important information about the quality of the City's drinking water in an easy to read format.  It includes information about the source(s) of water used, chemical contaminants, bacteriological contaminants, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) compliance with drinking water rules, educational health information, water system contact information and public participation opportunities.  This report includes information from the previous calendar year; which is for the period of January 1 to December 31.  
See the 2017 Annual Water Quality Report here: 
2017 CCR Report