Tarrant County Water Supply Project

TRA's Tarrant County Water Supply Project provides drinking water to the cities of Bedford, Colleyville and Euless, along with portions of Grapevine and North Richland Hills.  The treatment plant was sized at 6.0 million gallons per day when it began service in 1974 and has been expanded six times to its present configuration of 87.0 MGD.

During fiscal year 2010, construction began on a new Colleyville West booster pump station, which will replace a 30-year-old facility.  The new pump station will house three 4.5-MGD pumps with a firm capacity of nine MGD and a total capacity of 13.5 MGD.  Other system improvements that support the plant's increased capacity include a new 60-inch transfer service main that transports water from the plant to the Murphy Drive treated water storage and pump station, and the expansion of the Murphy Drive station.

Construction on a new Glade Road pump station that will deliver water to North Richland Hills saw final completion during fiscal year 2010, and design of a new 30-inch water line from the Glade Road pump station to the North Richland Hills distribution system began. 




Trinity River Authority of Texas
Tarrant County Water Supply Project
11201 Trinity Blvd., Euless, Texas 76040