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The operating divisions of Public Works are Water Utilities and Streets, Drainage and Traffic Operations. Public Works offers a broad range of public services which includes repair and maintenance of the City's streets and alleys, storm drainage infrastructure maintenance, ensuring that the City has a safe and reliable supply of drinking water, providing safe and efficient collection of wastewater, operation of traffic signals throughout the City, and installing and maintaining traffic signs.

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Water leaks, sewer problems, utility location Street, sidewalk or drainage repairs Traffic signal problems or damaged stop signs.

 

If you have questions regarding your water bill, please contact Customer Service or call 972-466-3120.

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News
Various lanes of the northbound I-35E frontage road between Frankford Road and Sam Rayburn Tollway will be closed Monday, November 24 through Wednesday, December 31.
Choose to not pour grease down the drain and prevent pipe blockage. Stop by the City of Carrollton Central Service Center from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, December 1 or Tuesday, December 2 to properly dispose of grease and cooking oil for free.
Carrollton businesses and residents can pick up a free rain and freeze sensor from the Utility Customer Service Office in City Hall to prevent running sprinklers in inclement conditions.
Carrollton’s storm water permit from the state requires us to reduce the amount of pollution in our storm water. Carrollton relies heavily on YOU, our residents and businesses, to help keep pollution out of our surface waters and to report violators when you see them.
The Fiscal Year 2015 rate increase, effective January 1, 2015, will increase water rates by 3% and sewer rates by 5%. Based on the average residential consumption used in the Residential Municipal Cost of Services Comparison, the average increase will be 3.8%.
Events
01Dec
Cooking Oil Disposal
December 01, 2014 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
02Dec
Cooking Oil Disposal
December 02, 2014 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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