Category Archives: Water Utilities

Arlington Water Utilities Taking Leak Detection to the Next Level

Arlington Water Utilities employees work hard each day to make sure residents and visitors have water when they need it. For Ric Owens, Arlington’s leak detection specialist, that means making sure precious gallons of treated water aren’t lost on the way to the customer’s tap. Since 2014, the City of…

Arlington Water Utilities Enhances Customer Communication with Email Alerts

Providing reliable water service to Arlington residents and visitors is a top priority for Arlington Water Utilities. However, necessary main renewal projects and emergency repairs can sometimes cause interruptions to water service. A new feature introduced by Arlington Water this week will automatically send emails to account holders with on-file email…

Learn More about Upcoming Water, Sanitary Sewer Improvement Projects

Arlington Water Utilities will hold two meetings later this month to give residents more information about water and sanitary sewer service improvements in their area. Engineers and construction professionals will be on hand to provide information about construction schedules and project timelines. The High Point Sanitary Sewer Renewal project is…

Construction Briefing Meeting Set Dec. 13 for Park Row Drive Channel Project

The City of Arlington’s Public Works and Transportation Department anticipates starting construction on the Park Row Drive Channel in January 2018. Improvements include reconstructing the drainage channel and renewal of sanitary sewer system. A construction briefing meeting is scheduled from 4:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. on December 13, 2017, in the…

Arlington Water Department Efficiency Lessens Rate Increases for 2018

Rates for water and sewer service in Arlington will change on Jan. 1, 2018, with an increase of about $4.34 a month, or 14 cents per day, for the average residential customer. Despite the increases, Arlington remains one of the lowest priced water and sanitary sewer service providers in North…

$4.2 Million Project Aims to Reduce Neighborhood Flooding along Perkins Road

Public Works and Transportation, in partnership with Water Utilities, has nearly completed a $4.2 million project to reduce neighborhood flooding and improve streets, water mains and sanitary sewer systems along a section of Perkins Road in West Arlington. The Laguna Vista Drainage Improvements project, which began in September 2016, aims to…