|"All New Development and Improvement Plans currently
under review, and that do not have all final approvals or clearances from the LVWD and/or
all parties involved, will be on HOLD until the Lower Valley Water District-Design Standard
Details are approved and adopted by the Board of Directors. The Engineering Department will
present the proposed updated standards during the Regular Board Meeting on April 27, 2017.
Details will supersede all currently-adopted Design Standards."
Dear Valued Customer: Your 2016 annual water quality report is now available!
To view your 2016 annual water quality report and learn more about your drinking water, please
This report contains important information about the source and quality of your drinking water. To receive a copy of the 2016 Annual Water Quality Report via mail, please call 915-791-4480. For a translation of the water quality report or to speak with a LVWD representative about the report, please call 915-791-4480.
Estimado Cliente: ¡El más reciente reporte anual de calidad de agua potable está disponible! Para acceder el más reciente reporte anual de calidad de agua y aprender más acerca del agua potable, por favor HAGA
El reporte anual contiene valiosa información acerca de las fuentes de abasto y calidad de su agua potable. Para obtener una traducción del reporte de calidad de agua o para preguntas acerca del reporte por favor comuníquese con un representante de LVWD al 915-791-4480.
Note: Design Standards is a working ‘live’ document that changes according to specific situations in the benefit of the Lower Valley Water District. This document is only to provide a general idea to Engineers, Developers, and Residents of how the work is preferred by the District. This document will be constantly reviewed and updated.
|“The Lower Valley Water District, through its Cross-Connection prevention program, is committed to keep the water distribution system safe from possible cross-connections. It is a requirement from the state, through the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and from the District’s Rules and Regulations, to install a backflow prevention device to eliminate the possibility of contamination through a possible cross-connection source. It is the responsibility of the customer to test and maintain in good conditions the backflow prevention device through a TCEQ certified backflow prevention technician. The following form must be used by the technician to submit all test results to the District. This can be done either through e-mail, fax, mail, or in person at our main offices at 1557 FM 1110 Rd., Clint, TX. 79836”|