The Water Department
The Water Department is responsible for the billing and payment of water, sewer and trash bills.
The Water Department window at City Hall is open from 8:30am-5:00pm.
You can contact the water department at 817-274-7368.
In person between 8:30am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday (excluding holidays)
After hours drop box located in the lobby of City Hall.
Mail to: City of Dalworthington Gardens, Attn: Water Dept.,
2600 Roosevelt Dr., DWG, TX. 76016
Stage 1 of drought contingency plan is in effect
as of June 3, 2013 in compliance with the
Tarrant Regional Water District. Residential
customers whose addresses end in odd numbers
(1, 3, 5, 7, 9) will be permitted to only water
lawns & landscapes on Sundays & Thursdays.
Addresses ending in even numbers (0,2,4,6,8)
may only water on Saturdays & Wednesdays.
NOTE: The city will not permit any variance
request for installation of new sod while the
Stage 1 Drought Contingency is in effect.
Water payments can now be made online!
Payments made online will not be processed until the following business day.
To pay your water bill online, click here.
Click on the below link to view Dalworthington Gardens Water Report:
Year Round WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAM
No watering of lawns or landscapes between the hours of 10:00am-6:00pm, except hand watering and soaker hoses.
In accordance with the contract between the City of Ft. Worth and Dalworthington Gardens, the required water conservation mandate was made year round. It is unlawful for any person to irrigate or water, or cause the irrigation or watering of any lawn or landscape between the hours of 10:00am- 6:00pm, except for hand watering and soaker hoses, these restrictions will be enforced and fines will be issued to those who choose to violate these restrictions. The conservation program is part of a regional effort to help plan for future water supply needs and meet the requirements of the Texas Commission on Enviornment Quality and Texas Water Development Board. The City of Dalworthington Gardens is requesting citizens and businesses to comply with the city ordinances and use water wisely. These water restrictions are mandatory and are not to be confused with the voluntary conservation efforts in the Drought Contingency Emergency Water Management Plan.