Utilities Operations and Construction

About Boerne Utilities

The City of Boerne owns and operates its own electric, water, wastewater, and natural gas systems. We operate under the regulatory jurisdiction of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRCT), and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT). It is our mission to not only meet but exceed the minimum requirements of those regulatory agencies, and we have an excellent history of doing so.

Public utility system operations are funded via rates and fees received from utility customers, not city taxes. In some areas, our city limits have grown beyond the borders of our utility service areas. In those outlying areas, other public and private utility systems provide services to city customers according to their own rate schedules.

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The City of Boerne’s electric service area is defined by the Public Utility Commission and includes most of the city limits of Boerne, as well as some areas outside the city limits.

Learn more about electric service.

Electric Service Documents

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Boerne Utilities provides potable water for consumption and firefighting, in addition to providing reclaimed water for irrigation.

Learn more about water and wastewater service.

Water Service Documents

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Boerne Utilities distributes reliable natural gas to customers via two substations.

Learn more about gas service.