Our February edition of News Stream has all the resources you need to learn about our annual temporary change in disinfectant needed to maintain the regional system and year-round water quality. We’ve got information about our next water treatment plant tour for city officials and staff set for February 13 in Wylie.
You can learn how to help keep our waterways clean with our latest video about our Lavon Lake Watershed. You can watch it on our website and share with anyone interested in learning more.
We also have a list of events, recent news and more from our Member Cities and Customers.
Read the full News Stream online or download a pdf version at the link below.
Feb. 6: Webinar: Basics of Backyard Composting (Plano)
Feb. 8: Put the Care into Lawn Care (Texas A&M AgriLife)
Feb. 8: Do-It-Yourself Landscape Design (Allen)
Feb. 11: WEBINAR: Vegetable Gardening for North Texas (Plano)
Feb. 11: Water Wise: How to Water Your Garden Effectively (Rockwall)
Feb. 18: Introduction to Vegetable Gardening (Rockwall)
Feb. 20: Master Composter Training (Plano)
Feb. 22: 8th Annual Wetland Center Highway Clean-Up (Seagoville)
Feb. 22: Turf Talk (Allen)
Feb. 22: Water4Otter @ Allen American Hockey (Allen)
Feb. 29: Groundcovers & Lawn Alternatives (Allen)
- Water investments of past decade support region’s future (Allen American)
- North Texas water war reignites between granddaddy suburbs and boomtowns like Frisco (Dallas Morning News)
- 2019 in Review: Bois d’Arc Lake construction starts (Paris News)
- Fannin County Commissioners Court: Impoundment of Bois d’Arc Lake hopefully a year from now (North Texas E-News)
- McKinney’s population surpasses 195,340 residents (Community Impact)
- Governor Abbott Names Chair And Appoints Five To Red River Boundary Commission (Office of Texas Governor)
- Close of 2019 ushers in a busy next decade for city of Melissa (Statesman)
- Every Bottle Back coalition to invest nearly $3 million in D-FW recycling (Dallas Morning News)