The Cross Timbers Water Supply Corporation began operation in 1965 with 139 connections as a Non-Profit Corporation established to serve as a public entity to provide a central water system.
The Corporation serves approximately 20 square miles of service area in South Central Denton County. The Corporation provides water service to most areas in the communities of Bartonville, Double Oak, and Copper Canyon. Service is also provided to portions of Highland Village, Flower Mound and Unincorporated Areas of Denton County. Click here
for a map to Service Area.
In planning for the future, Cross Timbers Water Supply Corporation has now updated its Master Plan through the year 2040. Existing facilities along with recent capital improvements will allow system expansion to 4,600 connections. A second elevated water tower is being constructed on our Stargate site to meet the water requirements of our current customer base and committed development. Additional water facilities will be added as further development occurs throughout the area. Cross Timbers Water’s Board of Directors and Management continue to monitor the growth rate on an annual basis to ensure the system facilities are well maintained, operating properly, and available to provide for continuous and adequate water service. Master Plans are updated every five years to validate the Corporation stays on target with the needs of its members and customers.
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The 2013 Consumer Confidence Report (Water Quality Report) is available by clicking on the Water Quality Reports box above.
The next Regular Board Meeting is on August 11, 2014 at the offices of the Corporation.
Update on Elevated Water Tower – February 15, 2014