Water Metrics

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Drinking Water Compliance




The rating of Lewisville’s water system from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, achieved by meeting and exceeding state and federal standards. Ratings are “Approved” or “Superior ".

View our Annual Water Quality Report

Learn more about our Water Production

Drinking Water Turbidity (NTU)

Current Value

The current drinking water turbidity (or cloudiness of water) measured in Nephelometric Turbidity Units (NTUs)

Water Distribution - Passing Bacteriological Samples

Percentages of bacteriological water samples that have no microbes present and a chlorines level greater than 0.5 from the last 30 days

Water Consumption (gal.) per Capita per Day (Yearly Avg.)

Current Water Pumped (gal.) per Capita per Day - Past 365 Days

The per capita, yearly average, gallons of drinking water pumped into the distribution system per day.

Utilizing the North Central Texas Council of Government's most recent population estimate.

Water Main Breaks - Days to Repair - Last 365 Days

Major Water Service Outage - Avg. Outage Time (Hours)

Average Number of Days to Complete Water Meter Leak Check Requests

The average number of days to complete a water meter leak check request over the last 30 days.

The chart on the left shows how many meter leak checks we've gotten per day over the last 30 days. Below you can see the average number of days it takes for the city to complete these checks.

Water Meters - Under 15 Years Old

The percentage of City water meters under 15 years old.

The goal is set at 75% for the current year as $1.4M has been allocated to new meter replacements.

The goal will increase annually as the funding is appropriated to this important project.

View our Meter Age Dashboard

Pct. of Meter Reads Changed after Reread

The number of meter readings that are changed due to a reread work order confirming a mistake. The reread work order type includes rereads, leak checks, bad reads (reads flagged by billing), and meter registering checks.

Here a lower reading is good, indicating that the original read was correct.