Friday, June 18, 2021

Southlake Water Utilities Works to Repair Water Pump

The City of Southlake Water Utilities department identified a water leak at one of its pump stations Monday morning. Emergency crews are working to make repairs as quickly as possible.

Some customers may experience less water pressure during this time. All Southlake Water Utilities customers are asked for their cooperation to help conserve water Citywide. Additionally, all customers are asked to refrain from operating their irrigation systems until the repair has been completed. Repairs are expected to last several days.

Please contact Southlake Public Works Operations with any questions at 817-748-8082.

Water Workshop: A More Sustainable Southlake

Did you know that to work efficiently, an irrigation system requires, at the very least, an annual check-up?  An inefficient system may waste as much as 50% due to minor problems that are easy to fix. This class will provide step-by-step instruction on how to perform an irrigation check-up as well as how to make minor repairs and adjustments.  Information on how to select a licensed irrigation professional for larger more complicated jobs will also be presented.

Interested in learning more about how you can help conserve water in Southlake? Then be sure to attend this free workshop on water conservation to be offered by the City’s Public Works Department on Wednesday, October 10th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Town Hall, Room 3D. For additional information, please call the City’s Environmental Coordinator Christi Upton at (817) 748-8638.

For more information on the City’s water conservation plan, please go to