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Water Utilities Overview

In accordance with the Safe Drinking Water Act, Garland Water Utilities presents its annual Water Quality Report.  This report includes water testing completed between January 1 and December 2014.

CCR Water Quality Report - City of Garland's Water Quality Report for 2014

Winter Watering Conservation Measures are in Effect
Once A Week Watering November 1 - March 31

The new Water Conservation Plan winter watering schedule limits lawn watering to no more than once a week even when no drought conditions exists.   This watering change is part of a regional initiative to save water and to encourage consumers to use water wisely.  This schedule change has become the new normal practice when it comes to watering lawns with sprinklers.

Garland Water Utility customers may water lawns with sprinklers one day a week.  Customers have the flexibility of choosing which day of the week they water, based on need.  Grass goes dormant during the winter months and rarely requires additional watering.  To save water and money, turn your automatic sprinkler systems off. Remember watering your lawn with sprinklers between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. is prohibited. This is a mandatory year-round water conservation regulation.

Water & Sewer Issues

Line Locates

  • For City of Garland water and sewer line locates, please contact Texas 811 for utility line locates two (2) days before digging. For more information visit www.texas811.org or call 8-1-1.
  • Garland Water Utilities will locate water or sewer mains, we will not locate service lines (laterals) and cannot locate lines on private property.

  • North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) 
  • Drought Restriction Summary 
  • Garland Water Utilities Awards