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Our Mission

At Brookesmith Special Utility District, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our customers, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

Bill Payment Options

Looking for the most convenient way to pay your bill? We offer a wide variety of payment options to our customers. Drop your payment by our office, pay your bill online thru our website, call our toll free automated phone line (877)882-1508  or  Mail it to: PO Box 27 Brownwood, TX 76804  See all the different payment options that we offer ... Learn more...

Report A Water Leak or Water Theft!

Our water system is our biggest asset.  Help us to better help you by promptly reporting issues we need to know about.  See something that looks like a leak?  Notice where someone might be stealing water?  Don't hesitate to pick up the phone and let us know or click on the link below and shoot us an email.
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Recent News

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Drought Restrictions Lifted

The Brookesmith Special Utility District Board of Directors voted, at the June 2015 Board meeting, to lift all drought restrictions for its customers.  Information will be provided on the bills being mailed out this week.  Customers are still encouraged to conserve water where possible and reminded that, should lake levels fall again, the Board reserves the right to reimplement any and all drought restrictions.  Any questions should be addressed to the BSUD office during normal business hours. Thank you.

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The Deadliest Creature on Earth . . . lives right in your backyard

The Deadliest Creature on Earth . . . lives right in your backyard

Yes, it’s true. The creature that kills more human beings than any other on the face of the earth is summer’s most common pest. The blood-sucking fiends that plague your backyard barbecue are more than just a nuisance —they are dangerous. The humble mosquito is responsible for 725,000 deaths a year (600,000 of those are from the transmission of malaria). Sharks, who get such bad press that there is a whole week devoted to “Sharks are scary” TV programming (wasn’t Shark Week just a couple of weeks ago?)

So, how much do you know about Mosquitos, and, more importantly, how can you keep them away?

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