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The water/wastewater division maintains and repairs a complex water system of valves, fire hydrants, and customer water meters.  While regulating system pressure and water volume through calculated pump efficiencies, tower elevations, and electronic controls.  The water division maintains adequate pressure and volume with as little interruption in service as possible.  The water division meets or exceeds regulations set by TCEQ.  The City of Melissa water division maintains the highest water quality as possible. 

The water/wastewater division also maintains and repairs the cities wastewater lines and lifts stations through constant electronic metering and visual checks of the system.  The wastewater division strives to provide a wastewater collection service that is continuous, safe, and reliable.

NTMWD Water System

Water and Sewer Rates

Protect Your Pipes in Freezing Weather


Water Quality Reports

The Annual Water Quality Report is a summary of the quality of the water the City of Melissa provides to its’ customers.  The analysis for this report was made by using the data from the most recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) required tests and is presented in the required Consumer Confidence Report which must be filed with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality annually. 

The City of Melissa hopes this information helps you become more knowledgeable about what is in your drinking water through this report.     

2015 Public Water Supply
Consumer Confidence Reports (posted June 30, 2016)
 pdf  2015 Consumer Confidence Reports Combined
 pdf  City of Melissa (2015)
 pdf  Country Ridge (2015)
Consumer Confidence Reports - Previous Years

For more information regarding this report please contact: Jeff Cartwright, Director of Public Works at jcartwright@cityofmelissa.com or (469) 853-9788. If you would prefer to have a printed copy of this report, please email us at ub@cityofmelissa.com to request one.

 

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As of April 1, 2017, North Texas Municipal Water District's 2014 Water Conservation Plan's Standard Water Conservation Guidelines are in effect through October 31st:

**Landscape watering allowed up to twice per week as needed**  Other restrictions remain in place - for more information visit the Water Conservation Measures Web Page.

Want to be sure you are watering ONLY what you need?  Sign-up for WaterMyYard.org and receive weekly notifications based on LOCAL weather data right here in Melissa!


 


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