Welcome to the Official Website of Bi-County Water Supply Corporation

Our Mission

At Bi-County Water Supply Corporation, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

Bill Payment Options

Looking for the most convenient way to pay your bill? We offer a wide variety of payment options to our customers. ...Simply choose the option that best suits your needs...


Effective January 1, 2022 - Lock Day Notice Change

If payment is not received BEFORE lock day, a $50 shut off penalty will automatically be added to your account. Your account balance plus the $50 shut off penalty will need to be paid in full before meter is reconnected. Payment received on a locked meter account, after 4:00pm CST on lock day, will not be reconnected until the next business day. 

Emergency Contacts

For Emergency Assistance Call
903-856-8221 Harlton Taylor
903-856-8904 Mark Sanders
903-946-3053 Randy Monts
903-960-2897 Josh Jordan
903-856-0527 Harlton Taylor

Please help us conserve our precious water resources. If you observe a leak affecting any of our lines, please call to let us know. Tens of thousands of gallons of water can be wasted in flash!  Remember, you are responsible for plumbing problems on your side of the meter!!!

 

 

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Newsome TCEQ Reporting Violation 4 QR 2016 and 1 QR 2021

August 31, 2022

Per TCEQ State Regulations, Newsome, is required to post the following: To read Reporting Violation 4 QR 2016 and 1 QR 2021 Click Here 

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It's October & Time to Consider the Following...

It's October & Time to Consider the Following...

October 03, 2022

Can you Imagine A Day Without Water?

Water is, in short, invaluable. Although it is a resource that is essential for all life, it is easy to forget how inner-woven water is in our daily life. Water is a cup of coffee, a quick shower, a green lawn, or a glass of iced tea.

These are simple pleasures in life, but although they are simple, they require many gallons of water! 

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