- Utility Billing & Water Department
- Irrigation and Water Conservation
Between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., lawns and landscaping may only be watered with a handheld hose, drip irrigation, a soaker hose, or a tree bubbler. Each address can run sprinklers (automated or attached to a hose) 6:00 p.m and 10:00 a.m., on two designated days each week. Please remember to conserve water.
In addition to paying your utility bill via the customer service portal, you can also:
View remote read meter consumption data
Review your transaction and payment history (since Arlington Water Utilities became the utility billing and customer service provider)
Analyze and download water and sewer usage
Add multiple accounts to your web profile
Subscribe to receive high usage alerts and continuous usage notifications
To create an account, you'll need your account number from an Arlington Water Utilities invoice. For questions, please call 817-985-2120.
The City of Kennedale, in cooperation with the Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD), is proud to offer residential customers a no-cost sprinkler system evaluation.
During your appointment, a licensed irrigation specialist will provide basic knowledge about how your specific system works, feedback on the current condition of the equipment, and recommendations to make your outdoor watering more efficient. There will be no expectation or pressure to make any recommended changes, however.
Water conservation is extremely important, especially in North Texas, where drought is a fact of life. Please visit the resources below for more information on conservation practices and ideas:
Watershed protection is also very important across the country. One major problem currently facing water quality is pharmaceutical contamination. Find out more about proper pharmaceutical disposal.