I want to install an irrigation system, what do I need to know?

Irrigation systems are typically installed on the customer's side of the meter, in order to avoid the instillation and cost of an irrigation meter. However if you wish to discuss having an irrigation meter installed, contact Kirt Behrens at 940-349-8468 or via email. Depending on your property type, you may be required to fill out a building permit application and submit an irrigation plan. Contact building inspections at 940-349-8360 to determine what regulations apply to your property.

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1. How do I hook up a water or wastewater connection to a structure that does not currently have water or wastewater?
2. Is the drinking water safe?
3. Why is my bill so high?
4. How do I report an issue, such as a leak or clog?
5. What is the Drainage Fee based on?
6. How can I request a review of the rate block or square footage total?
7. Why do I have to pay to meet Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirements?
8. Are there discounts for filling my pool?
9. Do I qualify for reduced rates?
10. Should I install new sinks, toilets and shower heads?
11. Where does Denton’s water come from?
12. Do we have watering restrictions every year, or just during a drought? What are the rules?
13. What are some things I can do to conserve water?
14. If I see a watering violation, how do I report it?
15. I have a water related emergency, who do I call?
16. I am filling up my swimming pool. What do I need to know?
17. I want to install an irrigation system, what do I need to know?
18. How do I request a water audit?
19. Can I see a copy of the Water Quality Report?
20. Does the Denton Water Utility Department make a profit?
21. I would like a tour of the facilities. Is that possible?
22. I would like someone to speak to my classroom. Who should I contact?
23. Who is responsible for my water leak?
24. Who is responsible for the sewer line?
25. How do I report pollution?
26. If we are supposed to be conserving water, why are city employees opening hydrants and letting water run into the streets?