To protect the public health, by cost effective operation and maintenance of the water distribution system to provide clean potable water, and the effective operation and maintenance of our wastewater collection system.


The Town purchases water from the North Texas Municipal water district (NTMWD) and collects/transports wastewater to NTMWD’s wastewater treatment plant. The Public Works department operates and maintains 2 water pumping stations, 2 elevated storage tanks, 2 ground level storage tanks, 85 miles of water main, 900 fire hydrants, 4,300 water meters, 2 sewage pumping stations, 28 miles of sewage main, and 2 sewer metering stations. Daily we distribute over 2 million gallons of water to our citizens with peak summer time usage exceeding 6 million gallons per day.


Water Quality

2021 Consumer Confidence Report

2020 Consumer Confidence Report

2019 Consumer Confidence Report

2018 Consumer Confidence Report

 2017 Consumer Confidence Report


Backflow Prevention Devices

Backflow Basics

Reporting Forms and Instructions

Common Cross Connection Hazards 

Water Conservation

For information about our Water Conservation plan, useful conservation tips and rebates, click here.


OSSF Program

Information about Aerobic and septic systems

Local Maintenance Providers

Water quality issues/complaints

Click here to submit a report/request


Wastewater Smoke Testing Program

Smoke testing of sanitary sewer mains is conducted annually in conjunction with line cleaning operations. Click here for more information.



Related Links

North Texas Municipal Water District

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Water IQ


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Water and Wastewater Contact


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