Provide. Conserve. Educate.

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Getting Started

Why do I have a NFBWA fee on my water bill?

What Our Fee Provides

What is subsidence and why should I be concerned?

Stop the Sinking

Do you know where your water comes from?

Our Water Supply Projects

Get water-saving (and money-saving) tips

Conserve Water Today

Information For:

For Residents & HOAs

Save water within our community to preserve water for future generations, all while doing your part to prevent subsidence.

For Water Providers

Resources for our Municipal Utility Districts and Cities to partner with us in subsidence prevention and water conservation.

For Consultants

Find the information you need to meet NFBWA requirements for programs, reporting, and design.

Our Water Conservation Programs

Our community is growing, and it is growing fast. People need water, and we understand this. We are vigilant of this need and have created resources for all to use in their daily lives in an effort to help preserve our precious supply.

Get Involved

W.I.S.E. Guys

Take advantage of a FREE sprinkler system evaluation, with no strings attached.

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Water Conservation Rebate

Are you planning to repair or replace your sprinkler system or a household appliance? You may be eligible for a rebate.

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Water My Yard

Sign up to receive customized weekly watering advice for FREE.

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Public Outreach

We would love to come to your community to educate residents on the importance of water. All we need is for you to reach out.

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Reclaimed Water

Reclaimed water accounted for over 5% of all water usage in the NFBWA in 2022!

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NFBWA's Impact


Up to 19.5 million gallons of water delivered each day.


102 water providers and cities partner with the NFBWA.


4 Billion gallons of water cleaned and re-used — enough to fill 6,100 Olympic-sized swimming pools.

About Us

We are your neighbors, friends, and coworkers, elected to serve the North Fort Bend Water Authority "NFBWA". Our job is to preserve our region’s water source and prevent subsidence (sinking). Our goal is to provide a long-term supply of water to users in our fast-growing area.

How We Help

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