Winter Maintenance On Water System Could Affect Taste, SmellThe annual chlorine maintenance carried out by the North Texas Municipal Water District will begin on Feb. 26 and continue until March 26
Collin County Expands Free Landfill Access To Residents Clearing Tornado DebrisCounty residents may bring debris from the Dec. 26 storm-related debris only to the Melissa landfill free of charge.
Water District Completes Major Infrastructure ProjectsRate increases fund projects to improve water access and delivery, upgrade treatment facilities, and expand wastewater plants.
Unauthorized Discharge at South Mesquite Regional Wastewater Treatment FacilityPeople using private drinking water supply wells located within half-mile of the spill site or within the potentially affected area should use only water that has been distilled or boiled.
Water Bill Complaints Rushing In Throughout North TexasThe water district says it is coming up with a process by which the cities can discuss changing the way they share costs, but every one of them would have to agree before a change could be made.
Soil Conditions Around Homes A Concern For FoundationThe hot, dry weather conditions are causing the soil around the foundations of many area homes to dry out, contract and pull away from homes.
Water Taste And Odor Not Quite Right -- But Safe -- In MesquiteThe North Texas Municipal Water District experienced a pump failure at one of the four ozone facilities.
Engineers Release Flood Waters From Area Lakes After Weeks Of RainResidents in and around Collin County are being treated to a sight they haven’t seen in years. Lake Lavon is so full, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is releasing water from the lake to reduce flood risks.
With Water Restrictions Easing Soon, Will Residents Return To Old Ways?A Frisco man is determined to never water his yard again.
Concerns After 650,000+ Gallons Of Raw Sewage Flows Into CreekA lightning strike on a Collin County power supply caused a water station to spill more than 650,000 gallons of raw sewage into Spring Creek -- a tributary of Lake Ray Hubbard.
North Texas Cities Could Face Tighter Watering RestrictionsThe North Texas Municipal Water District will vote Thursday on tighter restrictions that could limit watering to once every two weeks.
Some Collin County Cities Scaling Back Water RestrictionsSome North Texas cities are already rolling back water restrictions -- just hours after getting the okay. Richardson and McKinney are the first to officially allow residents to run their sprinklers once a week.