Decatur’s strategic north Texas location offers infrastructure that allows for strong growth for business and industry. The city is located in a deregulated electricity market which affords the user the ability to choose their provider navigating for the best rates. Major transportation including roadway and railway corridors run north/south and east/west encouraging the storage and movement of goods through the city. Water utility capacity supports current business and industry with a capacity for future growth.

Electricity

Oncor / Wise Electric Co-op, Inc.

Reliability99.947328
Transmission Voltage69 KV, 138 KV, 345 KV
Service Voltage120/208, 120/240, 240/480, 277/480

Natural Gas

Atmos Energy

BTU Content Per Cubic Foot1,050

Water Supply

Wise County Water Supply District

SourceLake Bridgeport
Max. Daily System Capacity3,000,000 gallons
Max Daily Use to Date2,400,000 gallons
Pressure on Mains80 psi
Storage Capacity1,870,000 gallons
Size of Mains2-14 inches
Loop System?yes

Sewer

Treatment Plan TypesActivated Sludge
Max. Capacity1,200,000 gallons
Max Daily Use to Date750,000 gallons
Projects Under ConstructionNew lift stations: Hwy 1810, S. Poco on 380B, FM 2264

Telephone Service Providers

Century Link

Digital AvailableYes
Analog AvailableYes
ElectromechanicalNo
Fiber OpticsYes
Switched 56 KbpsYes
High Capacity Digital (T-1)Yes
Digital Data ServiceYes
911 AvailableYes

Other Network Services ISDN

Cable InternetCable Modem – OtherMediastream-Vyve
Wireless BroadbandTerrestrial Fixed WirelessDigital Passage, Inc.
Wireless BroadbandTerrestrial Fixed WirelessOneSource Communications
Wireless BroadbandTerrestrial Fixed WirelessSkybeam
Wireless BroadbandTerrestrial Fixed WirelessSpeed of Light Broadband
Wireless BroadbandTerrestrial Fixed WirelessVRFuturenet
Wireless BroadbandTerrestrial Mobile WirelessMetroPCS Wireless, Inc.
Wireless BroadbandTerrestrial Mobile WirelessBoost Mobile
Wireless BroadbandTerrestrial Mobile WirelessT-Mobile
Wireless BroadbandTerrestrial Mobile WirelessVerizon Wireless