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Water Conservation

Arlington Water Utilities encourages students to consider the Value of Water with an annual coloring contest in September.

The City of Arlington’s conservation program is part of a regional effort to help plan for future water supply needs and meet the requirements of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and Texas Water Development Board. To view Arlington’s most recent Water Conservation Plan, click here. 

Watering Nixed 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Year Round

City code prohibits irrigation of lawns and landscape between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily, with exceptions for hand watering and the use of soaker hoses.. The ordinance also requires that all irrigation systems installed after Jan. 1, 2007 be equipped with an rain and freeze sensor.  To learn more, visit the City of Code of Ordinance page, Water and Sewer chapter, section 4.27. 

Do your sprinklers need a check-up?

As part of a long-range water conservation effort to reduce water use, Arlington Water Utilities and the Tarrant Regional Water District, our water supplier, are offering a limited number of free sprinkler system check-ups for Arlington residents. Click here to find out more.

Is your bill higher than expected?

Summer months are when Arlington residents use the most water, whether they are filling swimming pools or irrigating lawns. We know some water use can come as a surprise. Here are some common causes of unexpected usage and online resources to help.

Be more water wise

Visit Tarrant Regional Water District’s Water Is Awesome website for tips on saving water indoors and outdoors. Click on the image at the left or type www.waterisawesome.com into your browser. Click here for a list of additional water conservation resources.