LIST Of Places Giving Away Drinking Water In North Texas – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Thousands of North Texans have no water due to burst pipes or no way to boil water due to no electricity.
As a result, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find bottled water in stores.
Here is a list of places in North Texas where people can pick up free bottled water or fill their own containers with drinking water.
Check back often as this list is constantly updated:
From Thursday, February 18, 4:30 p.m. Anna Public Works Building at 3223 N. Powell Parkway.
💦We still have plenty of water for those who need it! Bring in your containers and we can fill them! Let your friends who may need water know! 💦 pic.twitter.com/WcXDVuxm21
– Denton County Brewing Co. (@DENTONCBC) February 18, 2021
Residents of much of north Fort Worth remain affected by an evidence of boiling water related to a sewage treatment plant that was hit by this week’s storm. Other customers may have water shutdowns due to water pipe breaks and repairs.
To help those residents who have no usable water, four fire stations are open in Fort Worth to distribute water to the affected area:
Station 9, 2575 Polaris Drive
Station 31, 4209 Longstraw Drive
Station 38, 13280 Park Vista Blvd.
Station 41, 11400 Willow Springs Road
The residents can also collect water at these school locations:
North side –
Trinity Springs Middle School, 3550 Basement Hicks Road
Sendera Elementary, 1216 Diamondback Lane
Comanche Springs Elementary, 8063 Comanche Springs Drive
Willow Creek Elementary, 1100 W. McLeroy Blvd.
West side –
RD Evans Community Center, 3242 Lackland Road (from Friday)
Western Hills High School, 3600 Boston Ave.
Birchman Baptist Church, 9100 North Normandale St. (from Friday)
In addition to the locations operated by the city, some breweries offer water to residents.
CowTown Brewery, 1301 E Belknap St.
Panther Island Brewing, 501 N Main Street
Hop Fusion Ale Works, 200 E Broadway Ave.
Wild Acre Brewing, 1734 E El Paso St.
The residents have to bring their own containers.
Keller City Hall Thursday, where a 6,000 gallon tanker of spring water, donated by Samantha Springs, was stationed for people to fill their containers.
The city of Plano will have bottled water available for those whose water has been shut down due to burst pipes. Distribution takes place in Grace Church Plano from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. or until supplies are used up. Up to 12 bottles of water are available per household. Grace Church Plano is located at 3301 Preston Road.
Friday February 19th at Gateway Church in Southlake. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Car restaurant. Open your trunk and the water will pour in.