Very good article about the growing interest in Direct Potable Reuse projects (like the one the City is now using) by University of Texas Engineering Professor, Desmond Lawler.
The City continues to receive questions about dredging our lakes. It is very expensive to either hydraulically dredge or dry dredge reservoirs. The costs range from $45 per 1000 gals to $27 per 1000 gals. Current estimates... Read more...
Wichita Falls is ranked in the 15th percentile of cities for the best overall four seasons weather in a newly completed study. 600 cities were included in the study.
Wichita Falls City Manager Darron Leiker has produced an informative article to answer citizen’s questions about the proposed water rate increase.
Wear the badge of a First Responder and serve your community while enjoying an exciting career. Police positions require TCOLE Certification by start of Academy. Fire positions require EMT certification.
Pool Owners Urged to Use Caution with Alternate Water Sources
Wichita Falls, Texas- Many area swimming pool owners are turning to alternate sources of water to fill their pools this summer now that Stage 5 restrictions... Read on...
Lake Levels for July 21, 2014 are: Lake Arrowhead 22.3%, Lake Kickapoo 32.1%, the combined total is 24.9%. The City is under a Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe. Conserve water in every way possible.