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CITY OF BROWNFIELD

2020 Classification and Compensation Study and Analysis
City of Brownfield Feature Video

Departments

Services and activities performed by the City of Brownfield include the distribution of electrical power, production and distribution of water, collection and disposal of sewage, collection and disposal of domestic and commercial solid waste, street maintenance, inspection services plus police and fire services and general governmental operations.

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2020 Water Quality Report

The City of Brownfield provides electric, water, sewer and garbage services to the Brownfield community. Your utility account will cover all the City services you receive in one convenient bill. All utility services are located in the Brownfield City Hall, 201 West Broadway.

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Demographics

The City of Brownfield is the county seat and principal commercial center of Terry County, located on the South Plains of Texas between Lubbock and Odessa. The city’s 2010 population was 9,657. The local economy has been historically based on agri-business (farming and related business and industry) and energy production (oil and gas) and was recently designated as the “Grape Capital of Texas”, however, strong efforts to diversify the economy have been successful.