We will be accepting Credit Cards in our office as of June 1, 2015.

You can pay your bill as a 1 time payment or set it up to be a re-occurring payment. If you would like to set up re-occurring; you can set it up through our online payment service at

Note: There is a 5% convenience fee added to your credit card. The convenience fee is charged by an outside vendor that processes credit card payments for the District. The convenience fee is not collected by BPSUD and cannot be waived by BPSUD.



Free Chlorine System Maintenance


             The Bolivar Peninsula Special Utility District (BPSUD) PWS #0840044 Located in Crystal Beach, Texas (Galveston County) will implement a temporary Free Chlorine Maintenance program of the facility’s distribution system beginning on June 24, 2015.

 BPSUD is coordinating with Lower Neches Valley Authority West Regional Water Treatment Plant (WRWTP) PWS #0360112, and will continue through July 8th 2015 at which time we will transition back to our normal use of chloramines as a disinfectant, depending on water usage the transition back to chloramines should be complete in 7 to 10 days.

A temporary change has been made to the treatment process to improve the quality of water being served to our customers. Some taste and odor changes may briefly occur, but there are no associated health risks.

If you have any questions please call our office at 409-684-3515.




Have you signed up for important District Early Notifications?


If you sign up with the District you will be notified about water leaks in your neighborhood, boil water notices and warnings to let you know if the water will be shut down in the event of a storm as well as other relevant notifications.

You can sign up by filling out the Early Notification / Identity Theft Protection Form on the Forms and Policies page and send the completed form to our office.