The Fair City

 The City of Riesel has contracted with

Frontier Waste Solutions for trash pickup services.

If you are outside the Riesel City Limits, please contact Frontier directly

to arrange for garbage service in the rural areas.



(888) 854-2905





Bulk Pick up is the first Monday of every month! 


  1. Bulk items must be placed by the curb before 7am on the scheduled collection day
  2. Bulk Waste must not be set out by the curb more than 24 hours ahead of time
  3. Bulky items must not exceed 50 lbs. each and must not exceed a total volume of 2 cubic yards per residential pick up (including bundled items). Couches, mattresses, furniture, etc. are acceptable. Roll-off services are available for larger volumes for negotiated fees through Frontier Waste.
  4. Bulk waste must NOT be placed in a position in the Right of Way to obstruct traffic visibility or affect the visibility of neighbors trying to exit their driveways.
  5. Brush must be tied/bundled in lengths of less than 4 ft. each & less than 50 lbs.
  6. Bulky waste does NOT include demolition waste from remodeling or cleaning out rental properties; it does not include construction waste or commercial waste; Call the number below to arrange for a roll-off for those types of service.
  7. The City of Riesel is under contract with Frontier Waste Solutions for dumpster and roll-off services.  Per our contract, dumpsters from other companies are prohibited in our city limits. If you need a roll-off, you must contact Frontier Waste Solutions. Call or go to for a quote.
  8. White Goods containing refrigerants will not be collected unless such White Goods have been certified in writing by a professional technician to have had all such refrigerants removed.



Tires, Batteries, Wet Paint Cans

Oil, Oil Filters, and Fuel

Computer and TV Monitors

Hazardous Materials such as: Ammunition, Freon in refrigerators/AC, Infectious and Medical Waste, Biological and Radioactive Materials, Compressed Gas Cylinders, Fire Extinguishers and Smoke Detectors





Riesel Water Department
Cristen Conner
Water Accounts

Accounting / Bookkeeping




Deposit $200.00

* Tap Fee $4,000.00 for 3/4" Line  or  $4,500.00 for 1" Line

*Billing Information 254-896-6501

* To Report Water Leaks or Water Emergencies call 896-6501 or 896-6681 (Day)

* To Report a Water Related Emergency at Night

(254) 424-8480 or (254) 424-6658



Deposit $100.00

  * Tap Fee $4,500.00

*Billing Information 254-896-6501

* Emergency Number 896-6501 or 896-6681 (Day)

* To Report a Sewer Related Emergency at Night

(254) 424-8480 or (254) 424-6658  



* Deposit None

Residential: $13.60 + Tax (one cart)  or  $20.41 + Tax (two cart)

Commercial One Cart $23.50 + Tax

Commercial Two Cart $35.26 + Tax

* Billing Information 254-896-6501

* Emergency Numbers 254-896-6501 Day only 



· Water Bills are mailed out on or about the 1st of each month.

· If you have not received your bill please contact the water department at Riesel City Hall at 254-896-6501.

· All water bills are due by the 15th of each month. Monthly bills are paid at the Texas First State Bank.  All disconnects for non-payment are paid at City Hall.  (No Cash or Personal Checks.  Money Orders or Cashier's Check's Only)

· All water bills that are not paid by the close of business on the 15th of each month will be assessed a 10% late fee.

· All water accounts that have not paid their balance in full by the last working day of each month by 3:30 pm will have a work order issued to disconnect service on the first working day of the new month.

· Once a work order has been ISSUED to disconnect service a $25.00 re-connection fee will be added to the balance owed.

· The total balance due must be paid in full before service will be restored.
emergency water or sewer issues after 4:30 pm or on the weekend / holiday  please call 254-424-6658. This is not for restoring disconnected service due to non-payment.

Cloudy water, also known as white water, is caused by air bubbles in the water.  It's completely harmless. Once water from our reservoir enters the transmission and distribution pipes,the water is pressurized.  Water under pressure holds more air than water that is not pressurized.  Once the water comes out of your tap, the water is no longer under pressure and the air comes of the the water as bubbles (similar to a carbonated soft drink). The best thing to do is let it sit in an open container until the bubbles naturally disappear, which takes about a minute for a regular sized glass of water.  It should start clearing from the bottom of the glass and go up as the bubbles are released.  If you have further questions, please call Bill Shipp at the water plant at 896-6681.