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If you've noticed an unpleasant odor near the Fort Worth Southeast Landfill on Anglin Drive/Salt Road (near Dick Price), please take a moment to fill out this form, which will be submitted to staff at the City of Kennedale, the City of Fort Worth, and Republic Services.

If you prefer to contact Republic Services via phone, please call Landfill Manager Jane Berry at 972-829-2630.  

You can also file a complaint with TCEQ (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) either online or  by calling 817-588-5800.


Railroad Complaints
If you have a complaint or wish to report hazardous materials releases, personal injuries, criminal activities, illegal dumping, or other environmental incidents to Union Pacific, please call 1-888-UPRRCOP (877-7267). To report emergency grade crossing blockages or damage, please call 1-800-848-8715. Alternatively, you can contact the North Texas Director Public Affairs Dan Harbeke at 817-353-7256 or dtharbek@up.com.

Report a Code Enforcement Violation

If you see tall grass, unsightly refuse, or any other violation of city code, please contact Charles Comeaux at ccomeaux@cityofkennedale.com or 682-429-2717.



Report a Utility Issue 


Water/Sewer Main Break


Call the Public Works Department at 817-985-2170. If calling after hours or on a holiday, please call 817-478-5416 to speak with a non-emergency dispatcher. Examples of emergencies include: water main break, irrigation line break, sewer back-up, emergency turn-off, water coming up through the street.

Water Billing Questions

Our water billing is handled by Global Water Fathom.
  • You can reach Global at 817-985-2120 or 1-855-203-1318 (toll-free)
  • Email kennedale.support@gwfathom.com
  • Or visit the Customer Service Portal
  • Note: If you account is scheduled to be disconnected today, you MUST make your payment either in person at City Hall or by calling 817-985-2120 or 1-855-203-1318 (toll-free). Making a payment via another method, including online, may not prevent disconnection.

Trash or Recycling Service Issue

Please contact Progressive Waste Solutions, at 817-222-2221. 

If Progressive or Global do not offer a satisfactory answer, please do not hesitate to call our Utility Billing Administrator at 817-985-2122.

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Report an Electrical Outage


Report a Streetlight Outage


ATMOS ENERGY

Report a Suspected Gas Leak

You can detect the presence of natural gas a number of ways:
  • SMELL the "rotten egg" odor makes natural gas easily detectable.
  • LISTEN for a hissing or whistling sound near a gas appliance or a roaring sound near a pipeline.
  • LOOK for a dense fog, blowing dirt, a bubbling creek or pond, dry spots in moist areas, or dead vegetation near gas lines.
If you suspect a natural gas leak (either in your home or outside):
  • Leave the area immediately and tell others to leave too.
  • If the suspected leak is in an enclosed space (like your home), leave any doors open.
  • Do not turn any electric switch on or off.
  • Do not use a cell phone, telephone, garage door opener, doorbell, or even a flashlight.
  • Do not smoke, use a lighter, or strike a match.
  • Do not start or stop a nearby vehicle or machinery.
  • Do not try to shut off a natural gas valve.
  • Once you are safely out of the area, call Atmos Energy at 1-866-322-8667, or call 9-1-1. Atmos Energy will send a trained service technician immediately to investigate.


Local Arbovirus Info (Tarrant County)
To report standing water, please 
send an email or call 817-985-2170 and leave your name, contact information, and the exact location of the water that needs to be treated. Tarrant County has a page dedicated to mosquito prevention.

 




Can't find what you're looking for?
If your specific question or concern is not addressed here, please submit it through the 
Online Action Center, and a staff member from the appropriate department will contact you as soon as possible.

If you'd like to speak with someone immediately, please call the City Manager's Office at 817-985-2105. 


If this is an emergency, please dial 9-1-1.
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State law requires you to call 
8-1-1 at least 48 hours in advance of digging 16 inches or deeper to request that service wires be located.