All posts by Traci Peterson

New Arlington Water Utilities Line Will Serve Johnson and Tarrant Counties

Construction is set to begin soon on a new pipeline that will bring tap water treated in Arlington to Burleson and several unincorporated areas of Johnson and Tarrant counties. The water transmission line is part of an agreement that will allow Bethesda Water Supply Corporation to purchase treated water from Arlington…

Arlington Water Utilities Awarded $11.9 Million Loan for Treatment Upgrades

The Texas Water Development Board has approved funding for Arlington Water Utilities that will save residents about $1.5 million on vital equipment updates at the City’s water treatment plants. At its meeting Thursday, the board selected Arlington to receive about $11.9 million from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. The money…

Arlington Water Team Brings Robotic Main Inspections to Ennis

An Arlington Water Utilities and University of Texas at Arlington team recently used robotic technology to give Ennis city officials an eye-opening look at their sewer system. Public Water Solutions, a Texas-based utility resource provider, coordinated the examination of Ennis’ critical underground assets. The results will provide community leaders the…

Arlington Water Utilities Strengthens Infrastructure Using Technology

Arlington Water Utilities is joining leaders across the U. S. this week to raise awareness about the need for investing in critical infrastructure as part of National Infrastructure Week 2017. The national campaign is organized by the American Society of Civil Engineers, the U. S. Chamber of Commerce and other leading business and…

Arlington Water Utilities’ 2016 Water Quality Report Released

Arlington Water Utilities’ 2016 Water Quality Report went online Monday, May 1 to give residents details on how the public utility provides billions of gallons of safe, high-quality water throughout the year. The report, which is available at www. arlingtontx. gov/water/ccr, is filed each year with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. Some…

Water Utilities Infrastructure Financing to Save Residents $1.6 Million

The Arlington City Council recently approved an agreement between Arlington Water Utilities and the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) that will provide funds for needed sanitary sewer upgrades throughout the city and save residents more than $1.6 million. The Water Development Board selected Arlington to receive a $5.6 million loan for…