Water Quality Questions?
Residents may notice a slight change in taste or odor. Arlington water is safe to drink.
The latest on current water and sanitary sewer projects.
Ask Arlington addresses what to expect from AMI meters.
Backflow details added
Arlington’s standard details now cover installation of backflow preventer assemblies.
The City of Arlington's Water Utilities Department is a public utility owned by the City of Arlington, TX. AWU has been recognized nationally for its novel conservation efforts and proactive water management planning.
Your Water Account
You can access your account online and learn about the various ways to pay your water utilities bill.
Engineers, Builders, and Contractors
Section includes doing business with Arlington Water Utilities specifically regarding new construction, tying into the water/sewer systems, or changing your service.
General information provided describes the requirements, configuration, and support for issues that may arise with water related to your utility service.
Want to report a leak or figure out why your water bill is higher than normal? The resources below will help.
The Arlington Water Utilities Department supplies water to more than 367,000 residents and has over 100,000 monthly accounts.
Water Utilities Video
"On the Clock" inside Arlington's Water Treatment PlantClick for more info ➤
Ask Arlington: Sewer Line Repair ProgramClick for more info ➤
Ask Arlington: Water ConservationClick for more info ➤
Tap Team Competition VideoClick for more info ➤
Lawn Whisperer's TipsClick for more info ➤
Contact the Action Center for HelpClick for more info ➤
Watering Nixed 10am to 6pm Year RoundClick for more info ➤