Effective May 9, 2015, the City of Irving has lifted Stage 1 drought restrictions. However, as part of the City’s ongoing water conservation plan, year-round efficient irrigation measures are now in effect.
Do you have a dripping faucet, running toilet or leaking sprinkler head that needs attention? It's time to stop putting off these chores and attend the free Fix-a-Leak Workshops March 19 at all North Texas Home Depot stores. Read on...
To learn more about the sources of the city’s water supply as well as detailed information on the substances contained therein, review the City of Irving’s 2014 Water Quality Report in its entirety. Read on...
The Water Utilities Department is responsible for ensuring that Irving residents have access to safe and clean drinking water at a reasonable volume and cost. The department is charged with safely collecting and disposing of sewage water.
Other duties include constructing and maintaining city water lines, sewage lines, water pumps and associated facilities.
The Water Utilities Department works to manage water resources in the region and educate the community regarding water conservation and use. It is comprised of nine divisions:
Designation The State of Texas has designated Irving as a Superior Public Water System, the highest rating given by the state.
Mission The mission of the Water Utilities Department is to deliver exceptional services in the distribution of high quality drinking water and the safe disposal of sewage while protecting the health and environment of our residents, businesses and visitors.