City of Arlington, TX - Water Utilities

City of Arlington, TX - Water Utilities Respected and Trusted Leaders in the Water Industry NOTE: This page is not monitored 24/7. Call Customer Service at 817-275-5931 between 8AM-5PM Monday through Friday for quick service.

For water and sewer emergencies, please call 817-459-5900. A list of ongoing water main breaks, traffic control plans, and water related emergencies can be found here: http://twitter.com/awu_alerts Arlington Water Utilities supplies water and wastewater services to more than 367,000 residents and has over 100,000 monthly accounts. Comments posted to this page will be monitored. The City of Arlington, Texas, reserves the right to remove inappropriate comments including those that have obscene language or sexual content, threaten or defame any person or organization, violate the legal ownership interest of another party, support or oppose political candidates or ballot propositions, promote illegal activity, promote commercial services or products, or are not topically related to the particular posting.

Mission: Arlington Water Utilities protects public health by providing high quality water and safely disposing of wastewater in a cost competitive manner, while continuously improving service to our customers and planning for future needs.

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Just because you can flush it doesn't mean you should. Protect your pipes and Arlington's sanitary sewer system by remem...
10/27/2020

Just because you can flush it doesn't mean you should. Protect your pipes and Arlington's sanitary sewer system by remembering that your toilet isn't a trash can.

Thank you to our volunteers who helped with rain barrel distribution Saturday and our partners @trwd_water  and @Arlingt...
10/26/2020

Thank you to our volunteers who helped with rain barrel distribution Saturday and our partners @trwd_water and @ArlingtonTXLib! 18 Arlington residents used our $25 rebate to begin capturing rainwater for their home landscape. Watch for upcoming events at www.savearlingtonwater.com.

Today's the day to head over to the fall Prescription Drug Take Back Event!
10/24/2020

Today's the day to head over to the fall Prescription Drug Take Back Event!

Just because the national Imagine a Day Without Water event is over doesn’t mean that you have to stop practicing water ...
10/23/2020

Just because the national Imagine a Day Without Water event is over doesn’t mean that you have to stop practicing water conservation skills! You can still read all about how important being water efficient and maintaining our water infrastructure is at
https://imagineadaywithoutwater.org/about.

Thank you to everyone for participating in the 2020 Value of Water Mini-Poster Contest! Prize winners will be announced ...
10/19/2020

Thank you to everyone for participating in the 2020 Value of Water Mini-Poster Contest! Prize winners will be announced on Oct. 21 to coincide with the national water awareness event Imagine a Day Without Water. Find out more here: https://imagineadaywithoutwater.org/

Tarrant County lawns can use a quarter-inch this week.  See below for recommended "cycle and soak" controller settings.
10/19/2020

Tarrant County lawns can use a quarter-inch this week. See below for recommended "cycle and soak" controller settings.

Lawns can use 0.25 inches of water this week. Shade areas may need a little less. Cooler temperatures reduce the need for water but rain has been sparse for a few weeks. A cold front may bring below normal temperatures next week and it may be good to start prepping outdoor pipes for winter.

Don't forget to sign up and have the weekly watering advice delivered to your inbox or phone every Monday: http://waterisawesome.com/weekly-watering-advice

If you are a North Texas Municipal Water District customer, you can also visit watermyyard.org for watering recommendations for your lawn.

Here are some suggested run times for applying 0.25" of water based on sprinkler type. Space multiple start times 30-60 minutes apart.

Spray head zones:
12 minutes total per station for the week (two 6-minute cycles/start times)

Rotor zones:
26 minutes total per station for the week (two 13-minute cycles/start times)

Multi-stream zones:
25 minutes total per station for the week (one 25-minute cycle/start times)

October is a good time to remember - wasting water is scary! But your yard doesn't have to look frightful. Learn about r...
10/17/2020

October is a good time to remember - wasting water is scary! But your yard doesn't have to look frightful. Learn about rainwater collection for your landscape in this Oct. 20 virtual class. To sign up, visit http://ow.ly/xQUn50BSbQr

The Arlington Water Care and Share Fund helps residents who are having trouble paying their bills and is administered by...
10/15/2020

The Arlington Water Care and Share Fund helps residents who are having trouble paying their bills and is administered by nonprofits Arlington Urban Ministries, Mission Arlington, and Catholic Charities. Visit www.ArlingtonTX.gov/careandshare to learn more.

Did you know residents with remotely read water meters can now view their daily and hourly water usage totals? Visit www...
10/15/2020

Did you know residents with remotely read water meters can now view their daily and hourly water usage totals? Visit www.ArlingtonTx.gov/KnowYouH2O to log on.

Are you planning a trip to the early voting site at the Water Utilities South Service Center? Please remember that the p...
10/13/2020

Are you planning a trip to the early voting site at the Water Utilities South Service Center? Please remember that the parking lot in front of the building (the area shaded blue below) is reserved for voters with disabilities and for residents visiting the Arlington Water Utilities customer care office. Additional parking for voters is available on the west side of the building (shaded yellow area below). We appreciate your patience as the location experiences higher than normal traffic during early voting.

The Arlington Water Utilities South Service Center at 1100 SW Green Oaks Blvd. is a Tarrant County early voting site and...
10/12/2020

The Arlington Water Utilities South Service Center at 1100 SW Green Oaks Blvd. is a Tarrant County early voting site and will experience higher than normal parking lot traffic starting Tuesday, Oct. 13. The customer service window at the location will be open as usual, but you can also pay your bill or make other inquiries in person at City Hall, 101 W. Abram St., online at www.ArlingtonTX.gov/KnowYourH2O, or by phone at 817-275-5931. Payments can also be made at Fidelity Express locations in convenience stores and grocery stores throughout Arlington. Visit www.fidelityexpress.co/find-a-location to find a location. Fees may apply to some payment methods. We appreciate your patience.

City of Arlington, TX - City Hall
10/12/2020
City of Arlington, TX - City Hall

City of Arlington, TX - City Hall

Early voting for the City of Arlington's Nov. 3, 2020, Joint General and Special Elections begins Tuesday, Oct. 13 and will continue through Friday, Oct. 30. Learn more ➡️ ow.ly/GFAN50BuOiy

Para votar en las elecciones generales y especiales del 3 de noviembre de 2020, el período para votar temprano en estas elecciones comienza el martes 13 de octubre y continuará hasta el viernes 30 de octubre. Más información ➡ ow.ly/GFAN50BuOiy

Two northbound lanes of West Green Oaks Blvd., near the intersection with West Arkansas Lane, will close at 8 a.m. Tuesd...
10/12/2020

Two northbound lanes of West Green Oaks Blvd., near the intersection with West Arkansas Lane, will close at 8 a.m. Tuesday (10/13) morning for necessary utility repairs. The work is expected to be complete before the weekend. Please drive carefully in the area.

The last day to enter the Value of Water Mini-Poster contest is tomorrow! Don’t miss out on all the fun and a chance to ...
10/12/2020

The last day to enter the Value of Water Mini-Poster contest is tomorrow! Don’t miss out on all the fun and a chance to win cool water-themed prizes! Start the contest by going to www.SaveArlingtonWater.com.

Help us celebrate the largest street rebuild in Arlington history live on the City of Arlington, TX - City Hall Facebook...
10/09/2020

Help us celebrate the largest street rebuild in Arlington history live on the City of Arlington, TX - City Hall page at 1 p.m.

We'll be live at 1 p.m. on the City's page for today's Abram Street Rebuild ribbon-cutting event in Downtown Arlington Texas, the largest street rebuild in #ArlingtonTX's history! 👷

Safely dispose of prescription medication by bringing it to this upcoming drug take back event!
10/08/2020
City of Arlington, TX - City Hall

Safely dispose of prescription medication by bringing it to this upcoming drug take back event!

The Arlington Police Department is hosting a prescription drug collection event at three collection sites later this month. Residents can participate in an anonymous, safe disposal from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020. Learn more ➡️ ow.ly/f70g50BMrqH

Reminder: A public meeting for the Westwood 66-inch Sanitary Sewer Project in North Arlington has been rescheduled to 6 ...
10/06/2020

Reminder: A public meeting for the Westwood 66-inch Sanitary Sewer Project in North Arlington has been rescheduled to 6 p.m. tonight (Tuesday, Oct. 6). The meeting will take place on Teams Live. A link and more information about how to sign into the meeting is available at www.arlingtontx.gov/waterconstruction. If you have questions you'd like addressed at the meeting, please email message the department here or email [email protected].
The originally scheduled meeting on Sept. 28 was canceled due to an unexpected Microsoft Office 365 outage that affected the Teams platform. For more about the project, visit www.Arlingtontx.gov/waterconstruction and click on the Water/Sewer Project tab.

Lawns can use a half-inch of water this week. It has been awhile since our last rainfall and this week will be dry with ...
10/05/2020

Lawns can use a half-inch of water this week. It has been awhile since our last rainfall and this week will be dry with temperatures in the high 80s. Do a quick observation test to see if your sprinklers are still watering the lawn and not the street.

Lawns can use a half-inch of water this week. It has been awhile since our last rainfall and this week will be dry with temperatures in the high 80s. Do a quick observation test to see if your sprinklers are still watering the lawn and not the street.

Don't forget to sign up and have the weekly watering advice delivered to your inbox or phone every Monday: http://waterisawesome.com/weekly-watering-advice

If you are a North Texas Municipal Water District customer, you can also visit watermyyard.org for watering recommendations for your lawn.

Here are some suggested run times for applying 0.50" of water based on sprinkler type. Spread the start times over 2 days this week and spaced 30-60 minutes apart.

Spray head zones:
24 minutes total per station for the week (four 6-minute cycles/start times)

Rotor zones:
52 minutes total per station for the week (four 13-minute cycles/start times)

Multi-stream zones:
50 minutes total per station for the week (two 25-minute cycles/start times)

Just a little over a week left in our #ValueofWater Mini-Poster Contest. Have your pre-k through 4th graders show us how...
10/05/2020

Just a little over a week left in our #ValueofWater Mini-Poster Contest. Have your pre-k through 4th graders show us how they use water with a colorful drawing or painting. Snap a picture or scan it and send to [email protected]. More at SaveArlingtonWater.com.

The annual Value of Water Art Contest is going on until Oct. 13! The virtual art contest can be done from anywhere, at h...
10/02/2020

The annual Value of Water Art Contest is going on until Oct. 13! The virtual art contest can be done from anywhere, at home, at school, on the road, with grandma or at your kiddo’s favorite playground!
Visit www.SaveArlingtonWater.com for details.

One northbound lane in the 5300 block of S. Cooper St (just south of Green Oaks Blvd) will close at 9 a.m. Tuesday (10/6...
10/02/2020

One northbound lane in the 5300 block of S. Cooper St (just south of Green Oaks Blvd) will close at 9 a.m. Tuesday (10/6) for necessary utility repairs. The work is expected to be completed by early Wednesday (10/7) morning. We appreciate your patience.

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Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
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