News and Notices
More Good News From Your Ector County Utility District
As of August 12, 2022, we have another water line placed in service. This water line is another 12 inch that runs from 16th Street to 26th Street along Tripp Avenue. This water line is part of our pressure plane west of Tripp Avenue. This water line has also stabilized volume and pressure south along Moss Avenue from Swan Road through the neighborhoods along Moss Avenue to the Truck Stops. This water line is allowing ECUD to decommission the Moss Pump Station. ECUD will have more good news in weeks to come.
After six years to the month of exhausting hard work through planning, modeling, studying the growth areas of West Odessa, working toward financing, more planning, more engineering, researching our piping system, more planning, more engineering, as well as working with the City of Odessa, Ector City Road and Bridge, ECISD, various Oil and Gas pipeline companies, and the Great State of Texas, ECUD is finally filling “OUR” water tower on Tripp !!!
This is something the citizens of West Odessa have needed badly for growth and future planning.
After dealing with West Odessa water issues since 1962, I thank God for the guidance and knowledge as well as the opportunities to be associated with water throughout my life and have had the good fortune to be able to work with a few good people over the last six years that could actually make this happen.
Please thank all of the hard working and dedicated ECUD personnel working toward a premier and respected water system in Texas.
President of ECUD since 2016
Serving with pride
The Tripp Water Tower is officially in service!
This annual report provides information on the Ector County Utility District’s drinking water. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires that all drinking water suppliers in the country provide a water quality report to their customers on an annual basis.
Click HERE to read the Annual Report
The ECUD Board of Directors generally holds regular meetings once a month typically on the second Wednesday. Regular meetings usually start at 2:30 PM and are held at 1039 N. Moss Ave, Odessa, TX 79763.
Official meeting notices are posted at 1039 North Moss Ave., Odessa, Texas 79763. Copies of meeting notices (also sometimes referred to as “agendas”) are listed and linked on this page, below.
ECUD is proud to announce that we can now detect abnormal flows of water in certain areas of the district.
ECUD has recently noticed an increase of up to 400 gallons per minute west of the Murry Fly Elementary School between the hours of 10 am and 1 pm.
If anyone is witness to ECUD water misuse, please call the ECUD office at (432)381-5525.
As a West Odessan, thank you for your help!
Meeting Notices (Agendas)
Boil Water Notice Rescinded
August 17, 2022
On August 15, 2022, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required the Ector County Utility District public water system, PWS ID# 0680235, to issue a Boil Water Notice to inform customers, individuals, or employees that due to conditions which occurred recently in the public water system, primarily a main line break, the water from this public water system was required to be boiled prior to use for drinking water or human consumption purposes.
The public water system has taken the necessary corrective actions to restore the quality of the water distributed by this public water system used for drinking water or human consumption purposes and has provided TCEQ with laboratory test results that indicate that the water no longer requires boiling prior to use as of August 17, 2022.
If you have questions concerning this matter, you may contact ECUD at 432-381-5525, 1039 N. Moss Ave., Odessa, Texas.
Aviso de Hervir Agua Rescindido
17 de agosto de 2022
El 15 de agosto de 2022, la Comisión de Calidad Ambiental de Texas requirió que el sistema público de agua Ector County Utility District, PWS ID# 0680235, emitiera un Aviso de Hervir Agua para informar a clientes, individuos o empleados que debido a condiciones que ocurrieron recientemente en el sistema público de agua, el agua de este sistema público de agua debía ser hervida antes de que se usara como agua potable o para otros fines de consumo humano.
El sistema público de agua ha tomado las medidas correctivas necesarias para restaurar la calidad del agua distribuida por este sistema público de agua utilizada como agua potable o para otros fines de consumo humano y ha proporcionado a la TCEQ resultados de pruebas de laboratorio que indican que el agua ya no requiere hervir antes de usarse a partir el 17 de agosto de 2022
Si usted tiene preguntas sobre este asunto, puede contactar a ECUD en 432-381-5525, 1039 N. Moss Ave., Odessa, Texas.