About the Department
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.
You can also access the Citizen's Service Request System.
You can also access an Open Records Request
The City of Granbury's Annual Water Quality Report is for the period of January 1 to December 31. This report summarizes information about your water system to comply with Federal and State (TCEQ - Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) regulations. It is intended to provide you with important information about your drinking water and the efforts made by the water system to provide you safe drinking water.
See the 2015 Water Quality Report here: 2015 Report
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 Public Works Divisions are:
- Building Maintenance
- Fleet Maintenance
- Street Maintenance
- Wastewater Treatment
- Ground Water/Surface Water
- Water Treatment
- Water Distribution
- Wastewater Collection
Service Center (817) 573-7030
After Hours Emergency Number: (817) 588-0488
Director of Public Works - Rick Crownover
Administrative Assistant - Julie Boyd
Assistant Director of Public Works/Maintenance - Terry Johnson
Assistant Director of Public Works/Utilities - Tim Spraggins
Building Maintenance - Terry Johnson
Fleet Maintenance - Richard Durant
Purchasing - Alvin Scott
Warehouse - Christy Russell
Streets - Bruce White
Groundwater, Water Treatment, and Wastewater Treatment - Billy Massey
Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection - Paul Gast
Electric - Kenneth Causey
THE CITY OF GRANBURY CONTINUES STRICT WATER RESTRICTIONS
THE CITY REMAINS UNDER A STAGE 2 DROUGHT CONDITIONS DESPITE CURRENT LAKE LEVELS.
Stage 2 Drought Conditions Flyer (click on flyer for more information)