Water Conservation

You probably already know that you can pay your utility bill online through the Customer Service Portal, but you can also:
  • View your household's water use data
  • Compare your family's water consumption with your neighbors'
  • Find new ideas for saving water and money
To create an account, you'll need your customer number from a recent utility bill. For questions, please call 817-985-2120 or 1-855-203-1318.

Residential Sprinkler System Evaluation Program

The Kennedale Public Works Department, in cooperation with the Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD), is proud to offer a free sprinkler system evaluation program for our residential customers.

The free evaluation will provide homeowners with basic knowledge of how their sprinkler system works, feedback on the current condition of equipment, and recommendations for improvement. When an appointment is scheduled, a licensed irrigator will perform a 45-minute assessment with the resident.

A summary of results and recommendations will then be provided. This program is not a sales pitch for additional contracting services and you will be under no pressure to make specific changes. We hope this opportunity will assist Kennedale residents to efficiently manage outdoor water use.


Conservation Links

Water conservation is extremely important, especially in North Texas, where drought is a fact of life. Please visit the resources below for more information on conservation practices and ideas:

Watershed Protection

Watershed protection is also very important across the country. One major problem currently facing water quality is pharmaceutical contamination. Find out more about proper pharmaceutical disposal.

Be Water Wise

Please remember to conserve water.
Year-round irrigation restrictions are in effect which prohibit lawn watering between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., and require customers to irrigate twice a week on designated days only.
Watering Schedule
Visit Municode to learn more about watering restrictions for the City of Kennedale.