The City of Justin is currently replacing over 8,740 feet of water lines

The City of Justin has undertaken major infrastructure improvements to the public water system.  In 2017, the City was approved for up to $12MM in low-interest subsidized loans from the Texas Water Development Board for the replacement of aging water lines throughout Old Town Justin. 

The City recently completed the first phase of this project, replacing over 8,740 feet of water lines.  The first phase totaled just over $1 million in contract awards and the next phase (scheduled to begin in early 2020) will be of a similar size and scope.  The image shows the portion complete in phase 1 (red) and the portions set to be complete in the next phase (purple, and green if funding allows).