News Flash

Posted on: September 26, 2018

Water, Sewer Rate Changes

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Beginning November 1, 2018, the City of North Richland Hills will implement changes to water and sewer rates. The rate adjustments are necessary due to increasing operations and maintenance costs and will allow us to continue delivering high-quality, reli...

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Water Department
Posted on: October 4, 2018

Average Consumption

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How does your household's monthly water use compares to the average NRH residential water customer? The chart below shows the average number of gallons billed each month for NRH single family homes. It does not include apartments, commercial or other acco...

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Water Department
Posted on: September 26, 2018

Defend Your Drains

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Posted on: September 26, 2018

Your Water Meter

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Your water meter is located just below ground in the meter box, normally adjacent to the street. 

Reading Your Meter

City staff reads your water meter electronically through a device called a "Transponder” located on the top of the meter. Read...

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Water Department
Posted on: September 26, 2018

About NRH Water

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Residents often wonder where their drinking water comes from. The water that we use in North Richland Hills comes from several area reservoirs and lakes. Here is how it gets to us:

The Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) draws and pumps raw water from t...

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Water Department
Posted on: September 26, 2018

Water Conservation

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Posted on: September 26, 2018

Know Your Irrigation System

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The amount of water irrigation systems use depends on a lot of factors including the number of and type of sprinkler heads the system has, and the amount of minutes that they are on. The only way to know for sure how much water you are putting on your law...

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Water Department
Posted on: August 26, 2018

High Summer Water Use

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Summer is always the time of year when residents use the most water, whether they are filling swimming pools, irrigating lawns or have children who are home from school. This year a long stretch of 100-degree-plus days without rain in July and low rainfal...

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