Wholesale water, wastewater and reclaimed water customers

Other cities and entities within Tarrant, Johnson, Denton and Parker counties contract with Fort Worth for water, wastewater and reclaimed water services. These wholesale customers resell the water, wastewater or reclaimed water services to customers in their service areas.

Some entities are wholesale customers for more than one service. Others receive only one of the services from Fort Worth. Some entities have other sources of water supply and only use Fort Worth services in an emergency. Hudson Oaks  has a contract with Fort Worth but it is not yet connected to the water system. It is in the process of  building the pipeline to connect.

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Rates for Fiscal Year 2022

(Effective Oct. 1, 2021)

Water Rates

Volume Charge (per 1,000 Gallons) $0.8226
Maximum Day (per million gallons a day excess) $200,862
Maximum Hour (per million gallons a day excess) $29,767
Monthly Customer Charge (per meter) $25
Raw Water Rate (per 1,000 gallons)(TRWD rate plus adjustment for street rental and system loss) $1.3680
Standby Rate (per 1,000 gallons) $0.9688

 

Wastewater Rates

Volume Charge (per 1,000 gallons) $1.3333
B.O.D. Charge $0.4407
T.S.S. Charge $0.2649
Monthly Customer Charge $75

 

Reclaimed Water Rates

Volume Charge (per 1,000 gallons) $2.0102

 

By contract, wholesale customers are required to collect Fort Worth's impact fees for development in their service area.   

An tool is available to estimate the impact fees due.

The Water and Wastewater Impact Fee Estimator is simple to use:

  • Download the Excel file.(XLSX, 62KB)
  • Enter the plat approval date.
  • Enter the appropriate building permit insurance date.
  • Enter the existing water meter size serving the lot.
  • Enter the proposed water meter size for the lot.
  • Enter the percent of water impact fee due. The percent of the water impact fee due is 100 percent, except for North Richland Hills and DFW, who receive part of their daily water supply from another provider. 
  • The program will calculate the project’s estimated water and wastewater impact fee.

Additional information about impact fees is available through the link below.

Water and Wastewater Impact Fee Information

Each entity that purchases wholesale drinking water or wastewater services from Fort Worth appoints a primary and alternate representative to the committee. The committee normally meets in December and June of each year with the leadership of the Fort Worth water utility to discuss activities and regulatory matters of interest to the group. 

The next meeting of the Water/Wastewater Wholesale Customer Advisory Committee is in June 2022. The exact date, time and location are yet to be determined. 

Officers are elected for two-year terms in December of even numbered years. 

  • Chair -- Greg Dickens, Hurst, Public Works Director
  • Vice Chair -- Gordon Smith, River Oaks, Public Works Director
  • Secretary -- Paul Hackleman, Watauga, Public Works Director
  1. Aledo
  2. Benbrook (Emergency only)
  3. Bethesda Water Supply Corp.
  4. Burleson
  5. Crowley
  6. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
  7. Dalworthington Gardens
  8. Edgecliff Village
  9. Everman
  10. Forest Hill
  11. Grand Prairie
  12. Haltom City
  13. Haslet
  14. Hudson Oaks
  15. Hurst
  16. Keller
  17. Kennedale
  18. Lake Worth
  19. Northlake
  20. North Richland Hills
  21. Richland Hills
  22. River Oaks
  23. Roanoke
  24. Saginaw
  25. Sansom Park (Emergency only)
  26. Southlake
  27. Trinity River Authority – Tarrant Water Supply Project (Emergency connection)
  28. Trophy Club Municipal Utility District
  29. Westlake
  30. Westover Hills
  31. Westworth Village
  32. White Settlement
  33. Willow Park
  1. Benbrook Water Authority
  2. Bethesda Water Supply Corp.
  3. Blue Mound
  4. Burleson
  5. Crowley
  6. Edgecliff Village
  7. Everman
  8. Forest Hill
  9. Haltom City
  10. Hurst
  11. Kennedale
  12. Lake Worth
  13. North Richland Hills
  14. Pantego
  15. Richland Hills
  16. River Oaks
  17. Saginaw
  18. Sansom Park
  19. Trinity River Authority
  20. Watauga
  21. Westover Hills
  22. Westworth Village
  23. White Settlement
  1. Arlington
  2. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
  3. Euless