Watch your pets!
There have been a couple of coyotes seen out during the day lately.
The latest occurrence was around 12:15 pm on Friday August 21st, where
staff observed a coyote chasing a dog at a residence off of Indian Trail
(staff scared the coyote off). However, as a precaution, keep an eye
on your pets, don't leave them outside to roam, unattended, doing so leaves
them open to danger. Leaving dog food out may attract them to your
property as well.
MOVIE IN THE PARK:
Mark your calendars! August 28, at dusk: “Cars”
The movie will start 8:30 pm. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets, and
come early for free hot dogs, beginning around 7:45 pm. Kona Ice and other
snacks for sale. Movie Night Flyer
Update on Sieber Drive:
The repairs have been completed. Sieber is now open.
Bid opening for the road improvements was July 29 and awarded to Reyes
Group. The bid opening for crack sealing was July 15 and was awarded to 4B
Water restriction notice:
The City is still under Stage 1 water restrictions in compliance with the City of
Fort Worth and the Tarrant Regional Water District. The primary focus of Stage
1 actions is to significantly reduce outdoor watering, which can account for as
much as 50 percent of the daily residential water used during the summer.
Stage 1 limits outdoor watering with an irrigation system or hose-end sprinkler
to a maximum of two assigned days per week for all customers. Residential
customers whose addresses end in odd numbers (1, 3, 5, 7 or 9) are permitted
to water lawn and landscapes only on Thursdays and Sundays. Addresses ending
in even numbers (2, 4, 6, 8 or 0) may water on Wednesdays and Saturdays
only. Non-residential customers, including apartments, businesses, parks and
common areas, can water only on Tuesday and Fridays. No watering is allowed
The time of day restriction, which prohibits outdoor watering with sprinklers
between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., continues to be in effect.
Watering by hand-held hose, drip irrigation or soaker hose is allowed at any
time. Residents are encouraged to limit such watering to a maximum of two
hours per day.
Other Stage 1 measures include the following.
- Vehicle washing is limited to the use of hand-held buckets and a hose with a positive shutoff valve. Vehicles may be washed at any time at a carwash.
- No hosing of buildings or other structures for purposes other than fire protection.
- Encouraging no hosing of paved areas, such as sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, etc.
- Encouraging hotels, restaurants and bars to serve water only upon request.
- Establishing new turf is discouraged, and a variance is required to do so.
Dam Inspection Response from TCEQ
click the following link to read response:TCEQ Response
It has been brought to the city’s attention that some residents are setting
their trash and recycling out days before the actual pick-up day. City
Code 13.03.005 states that all containers shall be placed at the prescribed
locations not later than 7:00 a.m. on the day of scheduled collection. In
this regard, it shall be unlawful for any customer to place any container of
garbage at said location prior to the day of scheduled collection.
**Citizen reported run-off around Pappy Elkins. The run-off was tested.
Click on the link below to view the results.
Inspections of the XTO pad site are being
completed on a montly basis. To view
the inspection reports, click on the links
Order your engraved pavers!
The DWG Historical Committee is planning a 3rd order of Engraved Pavers
which will be placed in the DWG Historical Plaza, corner of California and
Roosevelt. This is a great chance to honor your DWG family. The “Order
Form” can be found at the DWG Water Department window in DWG City Hall.
Or, contact Dennis Ferdinand, 817-277-3637, 817-845-9465,
email@example.com Or, check the DWG website. Pavers are $40.00 and have
4 lines of 15 characters each. If you already have a paver in place that needs
correcting, please let Dennis know.
More info, Velma Bogart, Chair, DWG Historical Committee, 817-467-0158,