LIST Of Boil Water Notices In North Texas – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

(CBSDFW.COM) – Boiling water warnings are held in many cities in North Texas due to issues caused by winter storms this week.

The notices urge residents to boil their water before consumption, including for washing hands and brushing teeth.

Below is a list of the cities currently under this type of notification:

Aledo

Updates on the city’s website.

Anna

Questions can be directed to Chip Hopkins at [email protected] or by calling (972) 924-4510.

Arlington – Repealed February 20th

Updates will be provided regularly as the situation changes. However, if you have any questions on this matter, you can contact the Arlington Water Utilities Department at 817-275-5931.

Benbrook – Picked up on Friday 19th February morning

If you have any questions on this matter, you can contact the agency at (817) 249-1250 or email [email protected]

Dalworthington Gardens

Updates on the city’s website.

Denton – Repealed February 20

More information is available at www.cityofdenton.com and on the city’s social media.

Denton Creek Estates

If you have any questions on this matter please contact: Southwest Water Company at 1-866-654-7992.

Everman – Repealed February 20

If you have any questions on this matter, you can contact Ryan Mostad at 817-2930525 ext. 308 or Jeff Reed at 817-293-0525 ext. 309

Fort Worth – Northern parts canceled on February 20th

With the power outages affecting the city’s ability to treat and deliver water to customers, the Texas Environmental Quality Commission is requesting the city of Fort Worth, PWS ID 2200012, to notify water customers in the northern third of the city to boil their water beforehand for consumption (e.g. washing hands / face, brushing teeth, drinking, etc.). Fort Worth expands the boiling water notice to a total of 212,000 Fort Worth residents. Nine Cities That Buy Drinking Water From Fort Worth Haslet, Keller, Lake Worth, Northlake, Roanoke, Saginaw, Southlake, Trophy Club and Westlake – have been notified. The general area affected is bounded to the west by the city of River Oaks, Lake Worth, and Eagle Mountain Lake. The southern border is almost on Northside Drive. The eastern limit is the city limit. If you have any questions about this, you can call Water Customer Service at 817-392-4477 or email [email protected]

City of Fort Worth – Western Parts: This affects customers from Montgomery Street to the west. The three towns in this area that buy Fort Worth drinking water – Aledo, White Settlement, and Westover Hills. If you have any questions about this, you can contact the water company at 817-392-4477 or email [email protected]

Greenville

If you need to contact Public Works, please call (903) 457-2948 outside of business hours.

Haslet

If you have any questions about this, you can contact the water company at (817) 439-5931.

Johnson County Special Utility District

The Utility District does not expect customer water pressure to rise until next Wednesday, February 24th.

Kemp

If you have any questions about this matter, you can contact the City of Kemp at 903-498-3191 or 304 S. Main St., Kemp, TX 75143.

Kennedale

For more information on ensuring water safety in an emergency, see CDC. If you have any questions about this notice you can call 817-985-2120.

Lewisville

The City of Lewisville issued a notice of boiling water for a water supply area because the water pressure fell below the safety level of 20 psi. Approximately 3,500 Lewisville residents are in the affected area. If you have any questions, contact the Lewisville Department of Public Services at 214.673.9809 or 214.673.9129.

Montego Bay Estates (Hood County)

If you have any questions on this matter please contact: Southwest Water Company at 1-866-654-7992.

Mesquite – Repealed February 19th

The city of Mesquite advises all water customers living in the north and center of the city to boil drinking water and water used for cooking until further notice. The affected area includes residents living in an area north and west of Pioneer Road up to the Dallas City Limit. Early in the morning, the city was forced to shut down the Barnes Bridge Water Pump Station due to a disruption to the city’s water utility, the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD). The city’s remaining two pumping stations and four water towers are designed for the loss of one station. However, several major major fractures have slowed the recovery of adequate pressure, which can cause an unsafe condition to develop in drinking water. Customers should contact the Mesquite City Water Emergency Hotline at 972-204-4888 for more information from 3pm to 10pm and 7am to 10pm on February 18 and 19.

North Richland Hills – Repealed February 19

If you see broken water pipes in your neighborhood, please call 817-427-6440 immediately. Updates on the city’s website.

Oak Trail Shores

If you have any questions on this matter please contact: Southwest Water Company at 1-866-654-7992.

Pelican Bay

If you have any questions on this matter, you can contact Mike Lowery at 817-444-1234.

Rancho Brazos (Hood County)

If you have any questions on this matter please contact: Southwest Water Company at 1-866-654-7992.

Richland Hills

If you have any questions on this matter, you can call Public Works at 817-616-3830 or email [email protected] www.richlandhills.com is also a resource for information.

River Oaks

If you have any questions on this matter, you can contact Marvin Gregory, City Manager at 817-626-5421, extension 324, Gordon Smith, Public Works Director at 817-626-5421, extension 322, or John Paul Jones , Chief Water Plant Operator, at 817-. 626-6454. If a customer, individual, or employee would like to contact the manager, please call (512) 239-4691.

Campus high school

IMPORTANT: Boiling water notice for the SMU campus as part of the City of University Park system.

Southlake

Updates on the city’s website.

Springtown

If the boiling water notification is lifted, we will notify our residents through Facebook, our website and our blackboard paging system.

University park

Updates on the city’s website.

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