Current Projects

Joshua Main Street 16" Waterline Project

Johnson County Special Utility District (JCSUD) is completing a waterline replacement project along Main Street in Joshua, TX.  This project is a joint venture between the City of Joshua and JCSUD.  The waterline will be installed within the City of Joshua's Right-Of-Way on your property.

The project's scope of work consists of installing approximately 7,500 linear feet of 16-inch waterline.  The waterline will start at the elevated water tank on North Main Street and run south along Main Street to Main Street and Broadway (HWY 174).  This project is  to upsize an older, smaller existing waterline with a larger waterline.  The new 16-inch waterline will help support future growth and fire flow to areas around the City of Joshua.

The Joshua Main Street project began in January 2023 and is expected to take approximately 240 calendar days (8 months) to complete.  JCSUD has selected Atkins Brothers as the contractor for this project.  The contractor began construction the first week of January and strives to avoid any inconvenience to property owners.  The District will have a designated JCSUD employee inspect the project to ensure the work area is returned to a good condition when completed.

For more information, including Frequently Asked Questions and a Project map, please click here.

2019 to 2021 Capital Improvement Program Bundled Project

JCSUD began construction on approximately 28 miles of infrastructure within our system starting in June 2020. These projects will improve the supply of water in some areas of the system, while also providing fire hydrants that will benefit the local area. The installation of these lines will also improve the District's service capacity. For more information view the Begin Construction Notification (PDF).

Advanced Metering Infrastructure Project

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