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Water and Sewer

Director: Eric Lee

To provide our customers dependable, cost-effective, high-quality services in the areas of water and sewer; build a strong, positive public image; and create and promote a safe, productive workforce and work environment by efficiently using all financial, human and material resources.

The Water and Sewer department manages, operates and maintains the City’s water and wastewater systems. Tulsa’s drinking water comes from two sources: Lakes Spavinaw and Eucha on Spavinaw Creek and Lake Oologah on the Verdigris River. Lakes Spavinaw and Eucha are owned and operated by the City. Lake Oologah is operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. A third emergency source of water is available from Lake Hudson on Grand River. Water is treated at two treatment plants: Mohawk and A.B. Jewell. Collected wastewater is treated at four treatment plants: Southside, Northside, Haikey Creek and Lower Bird Creek.

The Special Briefing Document and the Executive Summary for the Comprehensive Assessment of the Water and Wastewater System are now available online.

Read the Water Quality Report  |  Water Supply |   Wastewater   | Tulsa Metropolitan Utility Authority | Engineering Atlas Online | Flood Control

Important Numbers:

To report waterline breaks, leaks, or outages, please call (918) 596-9488
To report sewer overflows, please call (918) 586-6999
You can view the current list of waterline breaks at: Waterline Break Board | Waterline Break Map

For Utility Billing or a new connection: 311 during regular business hours. Outside of Tulsa please call (918) 596-2100. (Payment Options

You can access all careers at the City of Tulsa through our Employment Opportunity Job Board