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Posted on April 18, 2016 at 3:05 PM by Blake Williams
Save Southlake Water
Monday, April 18, 2016
Start Fresh With ‘Save Southlake Water’
April is the perfect time to “Start Fresh!” As Southlake prepares to enter into those hot summer months, we have many great ideas planned to help you conserve water along the way.
Thanks to the thunderstorms these past few days, Southlake has received plenty of rain that will keep your yard healthy this week. Our recommendation this week is to keep your sprinkler system off. To learn more about where we get this recommendation, check out Save Tarrant Water.
Two Celebrations, One Weekend!
Before you visit Art in the Square, come get landscape inspired! This Saturday, the City of Southlake and your local Home Depot have partnered to bring you great deals on a variety of native and adaptive plants that thrive in the hot North Texas environment. You’ll have the opportunity to talk with Master Gardeners, City staff, and Home Depot staff to get tips and advice on how to plan your landscape. Bring the whole family out for food, a bounce house, prizes, and more!
What: Texas SmartScape Plant Sale
When: Saturday, April 23rd from 8am-12pm
Where: Home Depot (300 Village Center Dr.)
Visit www.txsmartscape.com for more information!
Learn and Grow at Bob Jones Nature Center
Come learn from the best! Dr. Dotty Woodson from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension will be coming out to Bob Jones Nature Center on Saturday, April 30th to teach you about lawn care maintenance, the difference between sun and shade plants, sprinkler system basics, and more! To sign up for this free workshop, click here. Remember to stay afterwards for a walking tour of the Nature Center!
Saturday, April 30th
9:00 am: Lawn Care Maintenance
10:00 am: Native and Adaptive Plants for Sun and Shade
11:00 am: Sprinkler System Quick Fixes with Hands-On Activity
12:15 pm: Walking Tour of the Nature Center
Water Use Stats
The average daily water use per person (GPCD) in Southlake this past week was 245 GPCD, and the previous week was 328. GPCD is defined as the total number of gallons used by the city divided by the population.
My Water Bill
You now have the choice to pay your utility bill by phone! This new interactive voice response option can be reached at 855-385-8432. There is no additional charge for this convenient service.
Remember, beginning this month your water bill will show that the Billing Period has been replaced with the Reading Period, making it easier for you to know exactly what time frame you are being billed for.
Have questions about water? We are here to help.
For billing questions call Customer Service at 817-748-8051.
For questions about water pressure or funny tastes and odors call Public Works at 817-748-8081.