Four Way Special Utility District (formerly Four Way Water Supply Corp.) was created on July 2007.
The District is a predominately rural area and contains approximately 105 square miles in Angelina County. It is generally bounded on the north and east by Sam Rayburn Reservoir. The south is bounded by Farm to Market Road 1818. The west is generally bounded by Buck Creek. Most of the City of Huntington's area is excluded from the District.
The District serves potable water to approximately 2,092 active customer connections (estimated population of 6,276).
The District's water supply is ground water from the Yegua and Carrizo Aquifers through the use of seven water wells and four plants:
Water plant no. 1 includes a 230 gallon per minute (gpm) well, a 80 gpm well, one 40,000 gallon ground storage tanks, one 100,000 gallon ground storage tank, a 200,000 gallon elevated storage tank, and three 425gmp booster pumps.
Water plant no. 2 includes a 170 gpm well, a 100,000 gallon ground storage tank, a 200,000 gallon elevated storage tank, two 300 gpm booster pumps and Ozone Treatment equipment.
Water plant no. 3 includes a 750 gpm well, a 200,000 gallon ground storage tank, a 400,000 gallon elevated storage tank, two 300 gpm pumps and Ozone Treatment equipment.
Water plant no. 5 includes a 280 gallon gpm well, a 320 gpm well, a 60,000 gallon ground storage tank, and two 425 gpm pumps.