Water and Wastewater Master Plan

The City of Cedar Hill conducted a Water and Wastewater Master Plan Update in 2012. The goals of this Plan were to evaluate the capacity of the existing water and wastewater systems and to recommend a phased Capital Improvements Plan through buildout. With Cedar Hill's projected population growth and commercial development, the recommendations will serve as a basis for the design, construction, and financing of facilities required to meet the City’s water and wastewater service needs. The Plan discusses major elements such as:
  • Updating the existing hydraulic models
  • Developing water and wastewater load projections
  • Elevated Storage Tank Operational Analysis
  • Identifying system improvements through Buildout
  • Developing a phased Capital Improvements Plan
  • Preparing a Water and Wastewater Master Plan Report
The following are the chapters of the Water and Wastewater Master Plan:
  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
  • Scope of Work
  • List of Abbreviations
  • Population
  • Water Demands
  • Historical Water Demands
  • Projected Water Demands
  • Water System Analysis
  • Existing Water Distribution System
  • Water Model Update
  • TCEQ Requirements
  • Storage and Pumping recommendations
  • Water Supply Evaluation
  • Pressure Evaluation of the Proposed Lower Pressure Plane
  • Kingswood Tank Evaluation
  • Hydraulic Analysis
  • Water Age and Operational Analysis
  • System Maintenance
  • Wastewater Flows
  • Historical Wastewater Flows
  • Projected Wastewater Flows
  • Wastewater System Analysis
  • Existing Wastewater Collection System
  • Wastewater Model Update
  • Hydraulic Analysis
  • Capital Improvements Plan

More information can be found on the Public Works Department's water and sewer page.