The City will soon be changing utility billing dates to move to calendar month billing. This will result in being billed on August 16 for service dates of 7/17/23-8/13/23 and a short prorated billing on September 5 for 8/14/23-8/31/23. Bills will then move to the first part of the month with a due date moving to the second to last day of the month (October 4 billing will be due October 30). Cutoffs will move to the the third Tuesday of each month. We understand this may result in unexpected expenses with two back-to-back billings and moving to a new schedule. If you encounter difficulty paying your bill, please contact the City at 817-275-1234.
The City will be switching to Community Waste Disposal (CWD) on September 1 for garbage, recycling, and household hazardous waste collection services. This change comes because the City was facing significant service changes bundled with heavy cost increases. Moving services to CWD will allow the City to keep most services as is and will add a few benefits as well. Both the City and CWD will have websites up soon with more information.
As part of its water conservation and drought/water emergency management plans, the City of Dalworthington Gardens has year-round outdoor water use restrictions to maintain and encourage water efficiency. These requirements include:
Water valve repair is going to take place May 24, 2023 on Broadacres beginning at 8:00 am for an estimated time frame of eight hours. We hope to have repair accomplished much sooner. Water is being shut off to make the repair which may affect residents in surrounding areas.
We are excited to announce that Phase II of the Roosevelt Drive project will begin on May 30, 2023. The project is expected to take eight weeks, and will completely close the street from California Lane to Sunset Lane and divert all other traffic southbound to Bowen Road. This is always subject to change as we adapt to needs and safety measures during the project. Traffic plans are determined based on what is safest for citizens, construction crews, and staff, and what is most cost effective and easiest for our DPS to enforce from a traffic safety standpoint. We appreciate your patience during these projects as we know there are inconveniences and delays. Thank you for allowing us to improve the streets in our city. This project was funded through Tarrant County transportation bond funds.