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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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New Water Rates Begin September 15, 2015

Due to Brown County Water Improvement District's rate increase for treated water. The District will in turn have to increase our rates. Currently, the rate per 1,000 gallons is $5.25 per 1,000 gallons. We are increasing the per 1,000 gallons to $5.35 per 1,000. The base rate of $40.00 will remain the same.

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May Flowers

May Flowers

Thank you, thank you, April showers!

Oh, how we love this blessed gift of Spring, this lavish display of beauty! Never necessary, but always appreciated.

Flowers are the earth’s extravagance.

They are a lagniappe, a little something extra, like a 13th doughnut when you have bought a dozen. We don’t NEED flowers, but maybe that makes them an even more glorious gift. Vibrant blooms of spring can transform the drab and dreary into the grand and gorgeous. Edwin Curran said that “flowers are the music of the ground,” and they are. The earth is singing for joy, and we can see its melodies. Some flowers are a powerful symphony, and others are a gentle lullaby, but every song is lovely and every blossom is a note to be savored.

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