North Texas Municipal Water District Board of Directors Adopts 2022–2027 Strategic Plan and Actions for Projects Focused on Enhanced Service to Its Region
WYLIE, TX – Mar. 28, 2022: At their March 24 meeting, the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) Board of Directors adopted the organization’s updated 2022-2027 Strategic Plan and approved numerous actions associated with ongoing water and wastewater projects. A recording of the meeting can be viewed at www.ntmwd.com/board-of-directors/board-meetings/.
“The 2022-2027 Strategic Plan builds on our long-standing vision and mission, organizational goals, and core values,” said Jenna Covington, NTMWD Executive Director. “With this update, we reinforce our continual improvement philosophy and focus on initiatives that are actionable and trackable. Consistent and inclusive communication with our employees and the public we serve will help keep the plan real and relevant.”
The 2022-2027 NTMWD Strategic Plan features 15 objectives supported by 54 initiatives which provides a roadmap for the District on how to proceed as an organization through actionable and trackable initiatives. It also communicates internally and externally those items that are important for NTMWD to continue to grow to better serve its region. The 2022-2027 Strategic Plan summary is available online.
Additional highlights from the March 24 NTMWD Board of Directors Meeting:
- Authorization of a wholesale water agreement between the City of Mesquite and the City of Crandall to provide wholesale water services to Crandall until such time as they can obtain additional supplies directly from NTMWD. As part of the NTMWD regional service in North Texas, NTMWD Member City Mesquite will extend its water transmission line improvements into Crandall for treated water distribution. The City of Crandall is a customer of NTMWD and is in the progress of designing and constructing a new delivery point to receive additional water through their own infrastructure.
- Authorization of funding in the amount of $5M and execution of an Interconnect Agreement between Grayson Collin Electric Cooperative (GCEC) and NTMWD for the Sister Grove Regional Water Resource Recovery Facility (RWRRF) project which falls within the service area of GCEC. This establishes the electrical agreement between NTMWD and GCEC including the projected electrical load requirements from the Sister Grove RWRRF which is being constructed to meet growing wastewater demands based on the exponential population growth in that portion of the NTMWD service area.
- Authorization of inspections and condition assessments of four pipelines to be conducted by Pure Technologies for $2.9M. This will evaluate pipelines totaling more than 42 miles in length, with the largest section being 72 inches in diameter and the oldest section being in use for 51 years. The pipelines are located in the member cities of McKinney, Mesquite, Garland, and Forney. NTWMD’s Pipelines Condition Assessment program is a proactive inspection of pipelines using advanced technologies as an important process to identify potential leaks and breaks to maintain a reliable system of infrastructure.