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Please see ABOUT TBCD for Agenda for November 23, 2021. Please excuse this unusual posting but due to website errors beyond our control we are unable to access the Agendas page. Signed copies of the agendas are posted in our office and are available by request at

The Trinity Bay Conservation District is your one stop shop for potable drinking water, wastewater treatment, and storm water†drainage for most of East Chambers and part of West Jefferson Counties in far Southeast Texas. Our main office is located at 2500 SH 124 Stowell, Texas. Our main office number (409) 296-3602†is answered 24 hours a day. Use it after†5:30 pm†or†weekends†to report leaks or other emergencies.


Trinity Bay Conservation District†supplies potable water from†two water†treatment facilities†in Winnie and Anahuac. These are surface water treatment plants and produce quality government approved drinking water. In Winnie, our plant treats Neches River water purchased from the Lower Neches Valley Authority. At the West treatment plant in Anahuac, we treat Trinity River Water we purchase from the Chambers-Liberty Counties Navigation District.

Currently TBCD has†four wastewater treatment plants. One in Winnie, Oak Island, Smith Point,†and†Hankamer.

See Bay News - Utilities for information on Trihalomethanes


The Drainage team manages storm water through constructing and maintaining drainage ditches throughout the District. While we donít†maintain roadside ditches, we do manage + 1400 miles of ditches in the district.

Contact Mr. David Hoyt, Operations Coordinator, if you have questions about utilities or†drainage. †

Trinity Bay Conservation District's lobby hours are Monday -Thursday 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. The drive-thru is open until 5:30 pm.† Trinity Bay provides a drive-thru night deposit box. Our offices are not open on Friday. After business hours and any time our office is closed, please call (409) 296-3602 to report leaks or emergencies.


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