High temps are causing heavy demand, resulting in low-water pressure throughout the NAWSC system. You can help by not watering your yard in the morning while people are getting ready for work nor in the early evening while families are preparing dinner.

Check this site for current repairs and service interruptions, which may affect your area.

Our mission is to provide the highest quality of water & wastewater service with adequate flow & pressure for the lowest possible price.

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Applications are accepted Monday through Friday 8 am - 4:30pm. Please fill out and sign the forms in advance.

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Career Opportunities

Would you like to learn more about how to join our Team? Well, you've come to the right place!  Click below to take a look at our current career opportunities and to apply with us today! 

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Drought Contingency Plan

Our Drought Contingency and Emergency Rationing Plan (Water Rationing Plan) is adopted for use during periods of drought and water shortages.

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Consumer Confidence Report

Our drinking water meets or exceeds all federal (EPA) drinking water requirements. Read the full report to lean more about your drinking water.

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About Nawsc

We at North Alamo Water Supply Corporation (NAWSC) feel it is a privilege to provide safe drinking water and wastewater utility service for eastern Hidalgo County, Willacy County, and northwestern Cameron County. Our “community” encompasses 973 square miles in which we operate six surface (river) water treatment plants and four reverse osmosis treatment plants for underground water. With 43,200 meter connections in the system, we serve households, numerous businesses and county facilities, 31 schools, and 15 other public water systems. In addition, we operate four wastewater treatment plants and eight sewer collection systems, including 23 lift stations (facilities that move wastewater from a lower to a higher elevation). The 3,261 connections provide wastewater services for households, numerous businesses, and 13 schools.

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