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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…

Temporary Taste, Odor Issues With Drinking Water Linked to Algae in Lake Arlington

UPDATE 3 p. m. 3/6/2017 — Arlington Water Utilities has completed planned upgrades to its ozone disinfection system at the John F. Kubala and Pierce-Burch Treatment Plants. The Kubala plant was placed back in service late last week, after one month offline. The Kubala plant receives its water from reservoirs in…

Workshop Offers Private Water Well Testing, Tips to Improve and Protect Water Quality

The Tarrant County AgriLife Extension and Trinity River Authority invite you to attend the Texas Well Owner Network Workshop for the Village Creek-Lake Arlington Watershed. This workshop is for anyone interested in private water well management and for those interested in learning about ways to improve and protect their community’s water resources. The…

Arlington, Dalworthington Gardens Celebrate Drinking Water Sales Agreement

With the ceremonial turning of a valve, Arlington and Dalworthington Gardens city leaders on Friday celebrated the connection of a new drinking water service line between the two cities. Through an agreement reached last year, Dalworthington Gardens is the first municipality to begin buying drinking water from the City of Arlington.…

Upgrades Underway at John Kubala Water Treatment Plant

The John Kubala Water Treatment Plant will be temporarily offline for the next few weeks during the installation of a new ozone generator, which is designed to help Arlington continue providing its customers with high-quality, great-tasting drinking water. The Pierce Burch Water Treatment Plant will serve all Arlington customers during the…

Arlington Water Treatment Plants Undergoing $14 Million Upgrade

The City of Arlington is in the midst of a $14 million, multi-phase project as part of its commitment to provide customers with high-quality, great-tasting drinking water. On Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, the Arlington City Council approved a $7.3 million contract with Archer Western Construction to install new water purifying equipment at…