Public Works

Services Provided by Public Works:

Water & Sewer

Trash & Recycling

Street & Sign Maintenance 

Conservation & Backflow Prevention

Every March, the Town of Westlake calculates each resident’s sewer volume utilizing the Winter Quarter Average rate method. This is determined by averaging the usage of water in December, January, and February of each calendar year - typically the lowest 3 months of usage in the year. This average then sets the billing volume of sewer usage for the following 12 months.

By practicing water conservation techniques, residents can reduce their wastewater bill by monitoring water usage during the winter months and repairing any leaks in their system.

You can take a hands-on approach by monitoring your water usage closely by using the EyeOnWater program app. This can help you analyze your peak usage times, quantities, and quickly identify a leak.

Want to learn more about your water rates?
Town staff wants residents to be aware of how they are being charged for sewer and water services and how they can be proactive to conserve this precious resource.To learn more, click here to review a previously published Q&A with links to additional resources.

We have provided the PowerPoint presentation shown to Council at their Jan. 23, 2017 meeting regarding the 2017 completed study. These adopted rates went into effect February 1, 2017. More information was emailed to residents & stakeholders regarding Westlake's water rates.

Should you have further questions, please do not hesitate to email Public Works Director Jarrod Greenwood or contact him by phone at 817-490-5717 (Office) or 817-680-1422 (mobile).