401 Sgt. Ed Holcomb Blvd. S.
Conroe, Texas 77304
Monday- Friday 8am-5pm
When major emergencies occur you usually think of the Police and Fire Departments, but Public Works plays a major roll in responding to emergencies providing assistance in major storms like hurricanes, tornadoes, ice storms and floods. Although response to these emergencies may last for hours or even days, the clean up in the aftermath may take weeks to complete.
Public Works AdministrationPublic Works Administration is the major receiving office for all of the departments under Public Works. All calls and requests for service are received through this office and dispatched to the proper department and a work order is issued and tracked for service. The Public Works Department issues over six thousand work order requests per year.
Traffic Signal MaintenanceAll traffic signals within the city limits of Conroe are maintained by Public Works Traffic Signal Maintenance Department. Any issues can be reported to Public Works by phone at 936-522-3885 and via email. When reporting traffic signal issues, please provide the following:
1. Location of intersection (cross streets, direction of travel, any landmarks or business at intersection)
2. Complete description of issue including time of day issue occurred, if possible.
Pump & Motor MaintenanceThe Pump & Motor Maintenance Department is responsible for maintenance and repairs on all sewer lift stations, water well pumps and all welding/fabrication projects. Our Electricians do all the electrical maintenance for all city owned buildings, water plants, sewer plant, lift stations, parks, and Conroe Tower.
Wastewater TreatmentThe Wastewater Treatment Plant personnel are responsible for the operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant. The plant is located at 2400 Sgt. Ed Holcomb Blvd and is permitted by the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (T.C.E.Q.) for a maximum flow of ten million gallons per day (MGD). The current average flow is 7 million gallons per day. The permit issued by the T.C.E.Q. is part of the Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (TPDES) and is valid for five years.
The Industrial Pretreatment Program is a major provision to our TPDES permit that requires industries to pre-treat their wastewater to near domestic levels prior to discharge to the city.
Water and Sewer Maintenance and Water Production
The Water and Sewer Maintenance Divisions work together at all times, in other words you have water employees working on the same crews with sewer employees. One Superintendent is responsible for maintenance of the water plants, water system, sewer system, etc. One Foreman is responsible for water plants, the second is responsible for the water and sewer system. Water Production maintains 17 water wells and 17 water plants seven days a week, 365 days a year.