• Bolivar Street Water Tower
  • Bolivar Street Office Dedication Plaque
  • Bolivar Location Leveled By The Grand Lodge Of Texas A.F. & A.M.
  • Original Bolivar Street Office Dedication Plaque
  • OCWCID1 Treatment Facility
  • OCWCID1 Treatment Facility
  • OCWCID1 Treatment Facility
  • OCWCID1 Treatment Facility
  • OCWCID1 Treatment Facility Dedication Plaque
  • OCWCID1 Treatment Facility
  • OCWCID1 Treatment Facility Entrance
  • Tram Road & FM 1132 Water Tower
OCWC & ID #1
460 E Bolivar
Vidor, Texas 77662
Phone: 409-769-2669
Fax:      409-769-3927

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Due Date: 01/18/2017 05:00:00 PM

Bills may be paid at the Drop Box, with Online Bill Pay, or via Telephone until 8:00 a.m. of the morning following the due date. After 8:00 a.m., late fees will be added

ice waterThe Orange County WCID #1 (District) has been notified by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) that the water this system supplies has exceeded the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for total trihalomethanes (TTHMs), as set out in the Commission’s Drinking Water Standards.

The District routinely monitors for the presence of drinking water contaminants. Testing results from Quarter 3 of 2016 show that our system exceeds the standard, or maximum, contaminant level (MCL), for TTHM. The...

bar_chart.png The 2015 Consumer Confidence Report has been released and is available for viewing or download.

Orange County Water Control & Improvement District No. 1 will mail you a printed copy of the Consumer Confidence Report if requested. Please Contact Peggy Jackson at 409-769-2669 Extension 221.

Printed copies are also available at the Administrative Offices located at 460 E. Bolivar,
Vidor, Texas 77662 as well.

pdf 2015 Consumer Confidence Report (55 KB)

Grease is a Problem

Grease makes its way into city sanitary sewer pipes when you dispose of cooking products such as oil, butter, dairy products, and other products used in everyday cooking through your kitchen sink. Grease disposed through your kitchen sink clogs drains and creates sewer backups. Blocked sewer pipes cause raw sewage overflow in your home, your neighbors house, and parks & streets. 


Every Drop Counts! Reduce Your Use!It’s Always Raining In Southeast Texas. Why Should I Conserve Water?

You wouldn’t leave your faucet on if it’s not in use would you? Essentially, that’s what wasting water does. With a leak or when you waste water, you’re paying for water that you’re not using. While it may not seem like much, it all adds up!

Water Is A Precious Resource

Have you thought about how water gets to your faucet? It takes a...

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Understanding Your Bill
Need help understanding your water bill? Take a look at this handy infographic, and feel free to call our offices at 409-769-2669 if you have any questions or comments....

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