Water Division

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Quality and Customer Service

The annual chlorine maintenance treatment began Feb. 26, 2018, at 8:00 a.m. at the Wylie, Tawakoni, and Bonham WTPs and will continue for the next 28 days. CLICK HERE to download, print, and read further details regarding Chlorine Maintenance FAQ from the March 15, 2018, Press Release by North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD).

As a result of annual chlorine maintenance, residents may experience the odor or taste of chlorine to the water supply; however, the water remains safe for use and consumption.

Click here for the Chlorine Maintenance Fact Sheet from the North Texas Municipal Water District.

Additionally, the Town of Little Elm issued its own press release last week to prepare residents for the changes.  CLICK HERE to download, print and read further details.  


*CCR data is reported for testing performed in the previous year. The 2017 CCR Report is available above is the most current report. It is available in PDF format or for online review and has been posted per state and federal guidelines by July 1, 2018.

Cloudy or Spotty Dishes?

Minerals dissolved in water may leave deposits behind after water is heated and evaporated. Hard water build-up can make bath/shower tiles and glass appear cloudy and spotty or leave a cloudy residue on glassware. In addition, some may see a white, cloudy film on the elements within their dishwasher.

Read additional information on water hardness and reports on hardness of our water.

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