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Ensuring Water Quality Is Priority for NTMWD
Once a Week Watering Permitted
Through End of October 2014

 

August 28, 2014 - Effective September 1, 2014, to ensure water quality is maintained throughout the water distribution systems, North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) is recommending its Member Cities and Customers to allow landscape watering once a week with sprinklers or irrigation systems through the end of October 2014. Water customers should verify their specific watering day schedule with their City or appropriate water provider.
Read entire press release.

 

Reservoir Elevations

as of September 14, 2014

 

Supply
Reservoir

Conservation Pool
Elevation

Current Elevation

(msl)

Down

Provides % of NTMWD Supply

Lavon Lake

492.00'

479.70'

-12.30'

30%

Jim Chapman Lake

440.00'

429.62'

-10.38'

15%

Lake Tawakoni

437.50'

426.86'

-10.64'

8%

Lake Texoma

617.00'

611.37'

-5.63'

28%

 

 

   
Water, Wastewater, and Solid Waste Systems

NTMWD Services
View more information about the NTMWD services:
Water | Wastewater | Solid Waste

   
Drought Strategies

Drought Strategies
NTMWD Board of Directors has approved moving to Stage 3 effective June 1, 2013. View the NTMWD Combined Conservation and Drought Plan.

   
Every Day Is a Chance to Save

Every Day is a Chance to Save

Waste Water, Waste Money. Common measures you can take to reduce water use. Use your WaterSense. Learn how to save water at home. Read TCEQ info on saving water and using mulch.

   
Small Leak - Extreme Consequences

Small Leak - Extreme Consequences

Check your irrigation system frequently for maintenance issues and your home for leaks.

   
Calculating Water Use

What is Your Water Number?

How does your water consumption compare with what you should be using? Calculate your water usage - a project of the Alliance for Water Efficiency.

   
Outdoor Watering

Outdoor Watering Practices

View suggested watering practices for: Foundations | Trees and Shrubs | Lawns | Earth-Kind Landscaping | Horticulture | Other Texas AgriLife Links | USEPA GreenScaping

   
Water Planning

Water Planning
Planning for future water resources is key to meeting the needs of a growing population.
NTMWD Plan | Region C Plan | State Plan

   
Invasive Species - Zebra Mussels

Invasive Species - Zebra Mussels
Learn more about zebra mussels and how they impact raw water supply reservoirs.

   
Events and Educational Programs

Events and Workshops
View a calendar of area events and workshops about water efficiency and Texas AgriLife Dallas courses.

   
Noteworthy News

Noteworthy News
Read news releases concerning NTMWD.

   
 

Reservoir Levels and Information

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Water IQ: Know Your Water

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Native and Adapted Plants

John Bunker Sands Wetland Center

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NTMWD Projects

Texas Water Smart Coalition

 

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