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Frontier Communications
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Satellite Internet service provider

Harris Broadband
Broadband Telephone, Internet, and TV
Up to 10 meg / 10 meg uplink Internet service available.


Telephone Service

Telephone Service
Digital AvailableYes
Analog Available Yes
Make and ModelGTD-5 Electronic Exchange
Software LevelSystem Version Release 1633
Fiber OpticsYes
Switched 56 KbpsYes
High Capacity Digital (T-1)Yes
Digital Service AreaYes
911 AvailableYes



Electric Transmission- Distribution

ONCOR Electric Delivery
912 Sharp Street
Brownwood, TX 76801-3042

ONCOR Services
Transmission Voltage69 KV, 138 KV, 345 KV
Service Voltage120/208, 120/240, 240/480, 277/480


Retail Electric Sales

TXU Energy
Business Department - Ask Rate Specialist
(877) 290-3723


Green Mountain Energy


General Power & Light
1015 N. Fisk Ave
Brownwood, TX 76801

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Natural Gas

Atmos Energy Corporation
4304 Danhil Dr.
Brownwood, TX 76801

(Energy Customer Call Center)

888.286. 6700

BTU Content Per Cubic Foot                1,100
Water, Sewer and Sanitation



City of Brownwood
501 Center Ave.
Brownwood, TX 76801
(325) 646-5775

Water Supply Details
Water SupplierCity of Brownwood
SourceLake Brownwood
Max. Daily System Capacity16,500,000 gallons
Max. Daily Use to Date9,800,000 gallons
Pressure on Mains50-100 psi
Storage Capacity6,500,000 gallons
Size of Mains6-30"
System LoopedYes

Sewer System

Sewer System
Treatment Plan TypeActivated Sludge
Maximum Capacity4.54 MGD
Annual Daily Average2.4 MGD


Proposed RO Water Reuse Plant

In the fall of 2011, the City of Brownwood needed to look  for another water source due to the extreme drought.  After extensive evaluation of options that were quick, sustainable and financially viable, the option to design a water reuse facility to supplement our drinking water supply was approved by city council.  An engineer was selected and a design was submitted and approved by Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) on December 21, 2012.  An application for financing with the Texas Water Development Board was submitted and approved September 20, 2012.  The project will produce 1.5 million gallons per day and supplement about 1/3 of our water supply. The Supplementary Water Treatment Facility will take about 14 months to construct, test and put online.

Read a little more about the project here.

Learn more about City of Brownwood utilities here.

See Lake Brownwood Water Levels here.