A day after the water reuse pipeline goes online, the city warns that some residents and businesses may see rusty water flowing from your faucet.
Any day now Wichita Falls water users should be drinking water mixed with the recycled water from the River Road Treatment Plant.
Wichita Falls water users should have recycled waste water coming to their homes and businesses in May.
As the water supply continues to dwindle the water reuse project that will turn waste water into drinking water is moving into a new stage.
Construction on the Cypress Water Treatment Plant is finally finished, and at a lower cost than expected.
It doesn't seem like we'll be getting any relief from this continuing drought, not any time soon at least. That's forcing Wichita Falls officials to prepare for the worst and find every drop of useable water that's available.
After more than 10 years and millions of dollars spent on water improvement projects, the City of Wichita Falls has officially wrapped up the final project from the 2001 bond.
Wichita Falls city councilors voted this morning to spend hundreds
of thousands of dollars to complete two projects *now* at Cypress Water Treatment Plant.
Some more problems have been discovered at the Cypress water treatment plant ... where the city of Wichita Falls has already spent millions of dollars on various improvements over the past several years.
In you live in the southwest portion of Wichita Falls, you may be facing some water pressure issues in the coming days.