Mountain Peak Special Utility District is regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). They set the minimum standards and rules that all water systems in the State of Texas must comply with and we have achieved the status of being designated as a "Superior" system.
Currently, Mountain Peak S.U.D. has a ground storage capacity of 2,540,000 gallons (ground tanks) and an elevated storage capacity (water towers) of 600,000 gallons which will increase to 1,600,000 at the completion of our new 1,000,000 gallon elevated tank. Our production capacity is 4,443,199 gallons/day with a high service pump capacity of approximately 4,000 gallons/minute. The distribution system has grown to over 180 miles of water mains and more than 430 fire hydrants.
All processes including production, treatment, pumping, and security are modernized with the latest in control technology and automation. The staff is in constant contact with all aspects of these processes and reliability of the system has been greatly improved.