Learn about Houston’s Drinking Water


We haven’t had anything like it…but coming October 13th the City of Houston WaterWorks Education Center will be open to the public. The Center is located at the Northeast Water Plant, 12121 North Sam Houston Parkway East.

This one-of-a-kind regional facility was created to promote water education, conservation and stewardship in the community to protect our most precious resource, water. The WaterWorks Center takes visitors through an interactive and innovative environmental journey to learn how lake and river water is transformed into drinking water.

Hands-on exhibits and engaging lectures focus on water related educational themes ranging from water purification and distribution, methods of source water protection and a historical perspective of Houston’s Public Water Supply.

For more information about the WaterWorks Education Center and a map to the Center visit the website:

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