Municipal Utility Districts
Municipal Utility Districts are governmental entities created under State law. They are endowed with rights to provide water, wastewater,drainage and other services to facilitate development within a city’s corporate boundaries and extraterritorial jurisdiction.
For more information on Fort Worth’s policy, view Policy Concerning Creation of Conservation and Reclamation Districts.
##Tarrant Regional Water District Fort Worth purchases raw water (water received directly from a river, reservoir or lake) from Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD). As a water wholesaler, TRWD does not treat water, but pumps it to their wholesale customer cities for treatment.
TRWD is one of the largest water suppliers in Texas, with more than 25 wholesale water customers across 10 counties. Other metroplex customers include Arlington, Mansfield and the Trinity River Authority of Texas.
For more info on TRWD, visit their Web site at www.trwd.org.
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- No increase in water, wastewater rates for 2019
- Learn the basics of water conservation
Report Emergencies (24-hours)
(water main breaks, sewer backups)
817-392-4477 Select Option 1
Call Center - Non-emergency
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday through Friday
(Closed City Holidays) 817-392-4477 Select Option 1
P. O. Box 870
Fort Worth, TX 76101
- Report Illegal Connections
- Report Other Water Related Issues
- Report Water Waste
- Request a Speaker
- Report a problem with the H2Online Water payment website
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