What are the City’s water resources?

The City’s drinking water comes from Lake Lewisville and the Trinity Aquifer.  The City subscribes to 3 million gallons of water per day through the Upper Trinity Regional Water District (UTRWD) to provide potable drinking water to the approximately 17,000+ citizens and visitors to the City of Highland Village.  This subscription provides enough water for daily domestic use throughout the year.  The City owns and operates five ground water wells to manage the summer peak water demand usage that can top 8 million gallons per day during the summer months.

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1. Does the City of Highland Village Utility Division make a profit?
2. How many employees are in the City’s Utility Division?
3. How does the City’s Utility Division compare to the industry standard and other cities?
4. What are the City’s water resources?
5. How much water does an average residential customer use in a month?
6. What supplies are used to maintain the City’s water and wastewater systems?
7. Who tests our water to make sure the City is in compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act?
8. Why is watering not allowed between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.?