Small area of northwest Fort Worth will see reduced water pressure July 28

Small areas of new development in northwest Fort Worth will experience a temporary pressure reduction on Tuesday, July 28. The areas are east of Boat Club Road, north of WJ Boaz Road and south of Park Drive. Not all homes in the area will be affected.

Fort Worth has a water improvement project under construction to ensure it continues providing safe and reliable water service to the area. Completing the project requires temporarily supplying water to that area from a different part of the water system.

There will be a noticeable drop in water pressure. The work will start about 9 a.m. on Tuesday, July 28 and may take up to six hours to complete.

Homes on the following streets and the Table Church at Bowman Roberts Road and WJ Boaz Road are impacted:

  • Lookout Point.
  • Captain’s Cove.
  • Settlers Peak Road.
  • Anchors Landing Pass.
  • Misty Breeze Drive northwest of Mountain Bluff Drive.
  • Eagles Landing Drive.
  • Blacksmith Avenue.
  • Smokehouse Drive.
  • Circling Wagon Way.
  • General Store Way.
  • Flour Mill Run.
  • Frontiersman Trail.
  • Railway Run.
  • Gangway Drive.
  • Schooner Drive.
  • Bollard Drive.

Homes will still have water at an adequate pressure, just considerably lower than normal. While all parts of the home will experience less pressure, the pressure drop will be even greater on the second floor of two-story homes.

Fort Worth Water regrets the inconvenience this may cause, but the result is a more resilient water system serving customers.

To learn more, contact Water Customer Service at 817-392-4477 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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