North Texas Municipal Water District

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Lake Fork, which sits about 90 miles east of Dallas, will play an increasing role in meeting the water needs of the city and its thirsty, rapidly growing suburbs.

A report in the Nov. 19 Rains County Leader details the short-term and long-term plans to use Lake Fork water in the metro Dallas area, which were discussed at a meeting Of the lake Fork Sportsman Association on Nov. 12 in Emory.

20K acre-feet withdrawal pending pump completion

Come June, NTMWD customers can water twice weekly

May 25, 2012
Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept.

DALLAS - Spring rains that have filled Lakes Lavon, Jim Chapman, Tawakoni and Bonham within the North Texas Municipal Water District result in eased restrictions.

Improved water levels lead to fewer restrictions

Apr 2, 2012

Customers of the North Texas Municipal Water District can now water their lawns once every week, as opposed to waiting every other week.

Stage 3 enhanced of the North Texas Municipal Water District’s conservation and drought contingency plan remains in effect.

More water conservation measures taken locally

Oct 25, 2011

FRANKLIN COUNTY - The Franklin County Water District has enacted a drought contingency plan because Lake Cypress Springs has dropped to 81 percent normal capacity.