For Residents & HOAs
The NFBWA is your local partner in water protection.
Protecting Your Community
The North Fort Bend Water Authority "NFBWA" was created by the Texas Legislature in 2005 to find sustainable water sources for residents. In 16 years, we have created a strategy that will reduce groundwater use by 60%, keep the northern parts of Fort Bend County’s water flowing, and hold back the dangers of subsidence, all while maintaining our groundwater reserves for future generations.
We also work to educate and collaborate within the local community. Thanks to years of hard work, the NFBWA is the go-to source for local information regarding water, irrigation, and conservation.
Answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions
Explore how we're accomplishing Our Mission
Read about the impressive infrastructure being built in our community to provide you with a reliable source of surface water.
Explore the programs we created to help our community use our most valuable resource, water, to its maximum use.
We teach the community about the value of water. Request us to attend your next community event.
As of January 01, 2022
Groundwater – $4.55 per 1,000 gallons and
Surface Water – $4.90 per 1,000 gallons
To help pay for the area’s necessary surface water infrastructure, The NFBWA charges water fees to your local retail water provider and other well owners in our boundary based on water use.
Resources for Residents & HOAs
Find Your Water Provider
Visit our online interactive map to find your water provider, view our program participants, and discover our projects.
In the News
Find information on upcoming Board of Director meetings, posted minutes from previous meetings, and customized news for our community.