Water and Wastewater Program

About The Projects:



Enterprise Funded Projects (Cash)

City Wide SCADA - $150,000 - With the completion of Phase I, the City will have completed a Needs Assessment, some minor upgrades and repairs, and a SCADA System Master Plan. This Master Plan will outline the next phases of the SCADA System Upgrades Project. Phase II is scheduled to begin in FY 2016 and end in FY 2017. This phase will address SCADA connections to the 3 City water plants, the 3 remote lift stations, and the City wastewater treatment plant.  Phase III is tentatively scheduled for FY 2020 and will see further upgrades to the City's SCADA System such as connectivity to other City infrastructure, and performing equipment upgrades. Additional phases may be identified in future years. 

Rehabilitation of the Renwick Ground Storage Tank -$400,000 - This project involves the blasting and recoating of the 1,000,000 gallon water storage tank on Renwick.  A recent inspection indicated this tank is in need of rehabilitation work in order to preserve the functionality of the tank.  Design and preliminary work took place in FY 2016, and the construction phase will be part of the FY 2017 budget.  

Water and Wastewater System Upgrades - $100,000 -  This project addresses immediate high-level maintenance requirements for both the water and wastewater systems.

Bond Funded - Bonds for Better Bellaire 2016

Water Line Improvements - $3,500,000 - Includes approximately 55,000 linear feet of water line replacement distributed over three years. The annual projects will be developed using a prioritization derived from the most recent condition assessment as well as operational issues along the way. FY 2017 includes design and construction. 

Wastewater Line Improvements - $150,000 - Includes approximately 4,500 linear feet of wastewater line replacement spread over a five year period which began in FY 2016. The annual projects will be developed using a prioritization derived from the most recent condition assessment as well as operational issues along the way.

Water Meter Installation and Improvements to Wastewater Treatment Plant - $12,800,000 – Upgrades all water meters in the City and includes incorporating an automated metering infrastructure. Additionally, provides wastewater system upgrades, including improvements to the aeration system, digesters, main lift station, disinfection system, return activated sludge pumps, and flow control.


Contact Us

  1. Michelle Jordan
    Facilities and Parks Project Manager 
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    Cristin Emshoff
    Public Works Project Manager
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    FY 2017 Capital Improvement Program 

    Monthly and Qtrly Reports

    City Master Plans

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