NTMWD News Stream Newsletter

News Stream Newsletter – March 2017

Spring is just around the corner, which means things are about to get a lot busier for all of us. While residents are preparing their landscapes, the value of water infrastructure has become a hot topic in Washington. Subscribe now... more

NTMWD News Stream Newsletter

News Stream Newsletter – Feb. 2017

While last month’s issue of the News Stream newsletter was a reflection on our accomplishments in 2016, this month’s issue is a look forward to what’s in store for 2017. Subscribe now to receive monthly updates from NTMWD and stay... more

Looking Ahead | Water rates pay for #MoreThanWater | NTMWD

Executive Director Message: Looking Ahead in 2017

Looking Ahead We made much progress last year in support of our mission to provide the essential services of water, wastewater and solid waste disposal that North Texans depend on 24/7. Fulfilling this mission requires well-maintained infrastructure, which includes pipes... more

NTMWD News Stream Newsletter

News Stream Newsletter – Jan. 2017

2016 was a busy year for NTMWD and the January issue of the News Stream newsletter is packed full of recaps from last year and the latest information you need to know. In this issue: Updates on Trinity River Mainstem Pump... more

NTMWD News Stream Newsletter

News Stream Newsletter – Dec. 2017

It’s been a busy year and the holidays are a good time to reflect back on our accomplishments.  We are proud of our work on behalf of the communities we serve and hope that next year will bring greater success... more

News Stream Newsletter – Nov. 2016

The November issue of News Stream was full of exciting news about the District and our efforts to provide essential services to our Member Cities and Customers. The most important milestone was our celebration of 60 years of water service to... more

NTMWD News Stream Newsletter

News Stream Newsletter – Oct. 2016

We are excited to launch the first issue of our News Stream Newsletter! With facilities spanning across multiple counties and cities and a service area of 1.6 million people, staying in touch and providing you with valuable information can be challenging. Our goal is... more

NTMWD launches News Stream eNewsletter

We recently launched our first ever digital newsletter, News Stream, as a way to keep you informed about what’s going on around the District. With facilities spanning across 10 counties, 90 cities and communities, and more than 1.6 million people in... more

The facts about chromium in your drinking water

News reports and social media postings regarding an environmental advocacy group’s report on chromium and public water systems has resulted in questions from some NTMWD customers.   It is very important for us to emphasize that treated water provided by NTMWD... more

NTMWD Launches New Website

North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) is pleased to launch our new and improved website this month! We have completely revamped the site to make it more visually appealing and provide helpful information in a way that is easy to... more

Infrastructure should matter to water ratepayers

A nonpartisan coalition of public- and private-sector stakeholders has chosen “Infrastructure Week,” May 16-23, to promote the need for government to invest in improvements to “roads, bridges, rails, ports, airports, pipes, the power grid, [and] broadband.” The mantra is #InfrastructureMatters,... more

Service for a growing community

With a goal of meeting the drinking water, wastewater treatment and solid waste disposal needs for the member cities and customers, the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) looks to provide regional service through unity to fulfill the needs of... more

We Have Baby Eaglets!

We estimate the eaglets hatched on March 3rd or 4th. We have been observing feeding behavior – the adult eagle stands on the side of the nest and crouches down to feed and then comes back up. We will continue... more

NTMWD conducting annual water test

Plano’s water supplier, the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD), will perform annual chlorine maintenance on transmission and distribution systems from March 7 through April 4. You may notice a shift in the taste or smell of your drinking water.

Slow down on Brown

Wylie City Council dealt with three street issues last week, two construction upgrades, and the third, a change in the speed limit. The council met in regular session Tuesday, Jan. 26. Other business included accepting annual financial audits for the... more

Zebra mussels found in Sherman lake

Zebra mussels have been found in Lake Dean Gilbert in the city of Sherman’s Pecan Grove Park. Lake Dean Gilbert is a small, 45-acre lake and its fishery is managed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Inland Fisheries Division... more

Royse City water, sewer rates to increase

The city council has adopted a resolution that sets a new, three-year water and sewer rate schedule that will become effective with February bills. The new schedule will amount to an $8.33 per month increase for the average Royse City... more

Water District Completes Major Infrastructure Projects

WYLIE (CBSDFW.COM) – The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) announced completion of several key projects necessary to continue providing reliable water and wastewater services to the growing region. The projects, which total nearly $140 million, are funded through bond sales that are... more

Long Live Expensive Water

The late-summer Sturm und Drang over high water rates made it to the Dallas City Council this week, where Dallas Water Utilities Director Jody Puckett explained that, calm down, your water meter’s fine, you probably don’t have a leak, you just probably forgot... more

Water bill increases generate resident complaints

The city of Plano Customer and Utility Services Department is receiving complaints from citizens regarding recent, noticeable increases in their water bills. The reason for the increase is two-fold: customers are using more water and wholesale rates from the North Texas... more

Watering restrictions to be eased tomorrow

Due to slightly above average rainfall the past few weeks, lake levels that supply the North Texas Municipal Water District’s (NTMWD) nearly 1.6 million customers with water have risen dramatically. As of Saturday, both Lavon Lake and Lake Jim Chapman... more

NTMWD to Ease Watering Restrictions Effective May 1st

North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) water supply reservoirs have reached sufficient levels and capacities to allow the district to ease watering restrictions earlier than previously planned. Beginning May 1, the NTMWD will terminate all drought stages, and will implement... more

NTMWD to begin dredging of Lavon Lake

Exposed lake beds once covered with water crack under the sun as the shoreline retreats farther from where its former position. With an extended drought leaving a noticeable effect on many of the lakes that supply the nearly 1.6 million... more

NTMWD sets its sights on the future

As part of its 50-year plan to provide the growing population of Fannin County and North Texas with a reliable supply of water, the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) has taken steps to construct the Lower Bois d’Arc Reservoir... more