Dallas Water Utilities

Deadline For Dallas Water Wise Landscape Tour Submissions is Aug. 9

By Joanna England / July 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

Back at the turn of the millennium, the City of Dallas adopted our time-of-day watering restrictions in an effort to curb the incredible amount of water that irrigates Dallas lawns and landscapes. Since 2001, through education and smart watering restrictions, Dallas has conserved 398 billion gallons of water, cutting gallons per capita per day consumption […]

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Water, Water … Nowhere? Texas is Nearing Critical Conditions For Water, But Will We Reach California-Level Drought?

By Joanna England / June 30, 2014 / 2 Comments

The latest issue of Governing magazine has a story that all Texans should read, and then read again. The story’s title is self-explanatory — “Drought-Plagued Regions Struggle to Conserve Water and Make Money” — an issue with which much of North and West Texas are intimately familiar.

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