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The Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) announced plans today to implement Stage 1 of its Drought Contingency Plan starting June 3. This will include the City of Mansfield.
With the system’s capacity hovering at 75 percent and the persistent drought conditions in North Texas, TRWD is asking its customers to begin conserving water until conditions improve.
In an effort to reduce outdoor watering, residential customers will follow a twice a week watering schedule based on their address. Residents whose addresses end in odd numbers (1,3,5,7 or 9) will be permitted to only water lawns and landscapes with sprinklers on Sundays and Thursdays. Residents who addresses end with even numbers (2,4,6 and 8) may only water on Saturdays and Wednesdays. Non-residential customers including apartments, businesses, parks and common areas may only water on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Watering by hand, soaker hoses and drip irrigation is allowed at any time of the day of the week. The time of day restriction which prohibits watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. will remain in effect. Officials also discourage residents from hosing paved areas and encourage them to reduce the frequency of draining and filling swimming pools.
This is the second time the TRWD, which serves 1.8 million people in 11 North Texas counties, has implemented watering restrictions based on storage capacity.
For more information, visit the city website or www.savetarrantwater.com.
CITY NEWS & EVENTS
"Join the festivities on Wednesday, July 3rd as Mansfield celebrates Independence Day with rock n' roll, recreation and rockets!"
Posted on 05/24/13
The City of Mansfield Emergency Management Office is encouraging residents during this severe weather season to register for the city’s Code Red emergency notification system. Residents may register phone numbers to be called during specific weather events including tornado warnings, severe thunderstorm warnings and flash flood warnings. You can elect to receive one, two or all three warnings.
Registration is free. Visit the webpage here for more information. Another good way to stay informed is with a NOAA All Hazards Radio. These can be purchased from most major retailers for about $30. They may be programmed for emergencies in selected counties.
If you do not have access to the Internet or need assistance with any severe weather issue, contact Mansfield Emergency Management at 817-276-4777.Posted on 05/24/13
The City has posted a copy of the updated 2013 Mosquito Control Policy along with a presentation on mosquitoes and ways residents can protect themselves from a West Nile Virus infection. This information is available at the City's Mosquito webpage located here.Posted on 05/10/13
Cannon Drive at Miller Road east to East Broad Street will be closed to through traffic starting Monday Crews will close a section of Cannon Drive near The Lakes of Creekwood until June as part of the Cannon Drive realignment project. Residents in the area will continue to have access to the neighborhoods along Cannon Drive on either side of the closure.
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LOCATION & OPERATING HOURS
The City Hall's hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Offices are located downstairs in the City Hall at:Go to the top of the page.