Fort Worth operates one resource recovery facility – the Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility.
It processes wastewater for most of Fort Worth, as well as 23 other communities. Wastewater in far north Fort Worth is treated by the Trinity River Authority’s Denton Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. Wastewater for the far northeastern Fort Worth (Centerport area) is treated by TRA’s Central Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Wastewater treatment is a biological process using aerobic and anaerobic bacteria. The processes at the Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility are the same purification methods used in nature—settling, filtration and biological activity. Plant design and operation allow the processes to take place in a much smaller space, in a shorter time frame and at a lower cost.
More Information on Wastewater
- Construction is coming to Gateway Park
- Library teams with water utility to help customers seeking financial assistance
- New water and sewer lines planned for Bellaire, Ranch View, South Hills and Westcliff Road South
- Public meeting on Mary's Creek Water Reclamation Facility set for Oct. 5
- Fort Worth Water urges customers to make payment arrangements before shutoffs resume
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
P. O. Box 870
Fort Worth, TX 76102
- 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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