- Bring proof of residency...current water bill or valid driver’s license
- Saturday, October 5 2019
- 9 - 11:00 a.m.
- Haltom City Public Library - 4809 Haltom Rd. | Haltom City, TX 76117
Properly dispose of your household hazardous waste on Saturday, October 5, 2019 when Fort Worth’s Crud Cruiser comes to the Haltom City Public Library parking lot.
The capacity of the Crud Cruiser is limited, so events may end earlier than advertised. Events may also be cancelled due to rain. In either case, please do not leave household hazardous waste and chemicals in the parking lot...instead bring them to the City of Fort Worth’s Environmental Collection Center.
- Automotive fluids
- Cleaners & chemicals
- Cooking oil
- Lawn/garden/pool chemicals
- Light bulbs
- Paint & painting supplies
Due to Texas regulations, business, commercial and industrial waste will not be accepted.
If you are unable to make it to this event, you can still drop of household hazardous waste at the Environmental Collection Center during their normal operating hours.
- Haltom City Public Works - 4200 Hollis St. | Haltom City, TX 76117
- Divisions of Haltom City Public Works
Haltom City Public Works is proud to honor our Employees of the Quarter for the first quarter of 2019.
Our Public Works Department is tasked with countless responsibilities here in Haltom City, including maintenance & construction of our streets, water production & testing, water & sanitary sewer construction, water & sanitary sewer maintenance, drainage maintenance, engineering and the maintenance of all city buildings & structures. Simply put, our city could not function without the work the employees of this department put in day in and day out.
Employees of the Quarter are chosen from the Street Division, Construction & Drainage Division and the Water & Sanitary Sewer Maintenance Division within the Public Works Department.
- Issued out of the Public Works Water Production & Testing Division
- Based on 2018 data
- Regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality:
- Download PDF File
- Divisions of Haltom City Public Works
The Haltom City 2019 Water Quality Report can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking the link above. This report is based on 2018 data.
Recently, on various social media platforms, there have been "Test My Water" posts that solicit visits to a particular web page and purchases of their "testing" products. First, Haltom City’s drinking water is safe to drink. Second, it appears, to a large extent, that “Test My Water” is trying to place doubt about Haltom City’s (and other surrounding cities'...see below) drinking water quality so that people will purchase their product and visit their website. Third, all of Haltom City’s tests show the water to be safe for drinking.
Our drinking water in Haltom City continues to be rated “superior” by the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality. The Haltom City Public Works Department conducts over 50 bacteriological tests each month to insure that the city’s drinking water is safe to drink. With those 50 samples, the city also tests the water for Chlorine, Ammonia, Monochloramine and Nitrites. Additionally, our tests for chlorine are conducted over 200 times a month.
While we are constantly testing our water quality to ensure it's safety, we also issue an annual water quality report.
The City of Garland Water Department has received information that an internet company has advertised water testing services for water customers in North Texas. Wes Kucera, managing director of Garland Water and Wastewater Utilities, reminds residents to be alert.
“It is important for our water customers to know that the Garland Water Utilities Department works continuously to monitor and test our drinking water from the supplier pipeline all the way to the customer’s tap,” said Wes. “Our daily tests and our recent annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) show that all test results are within safe limits for drinking water.”
The company states they are supported by the Texas Water Utilities Association (TWUA). When contacted, the TWUA confirmed they have no affiliation with this company. In addition, the company’s contact information and location are missing from the TestMyWater.org website. Our drinking water in Garland continues to be rated “superior” by the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality. Companies claiming that the drinking water needs to be tested by an outside source are usually trying to sell consumers an unnecessary and expensive filtration system for their home.