Our drinking water is obtained from surface water sources. It comes from Lavon Lake. Lavon Lake serves as North Texas Municipal Water District's (NTMWD) main raw water supply.
- U.S. Army Corp of Engineers
- Texas Water Development Board
- Texas Invasive Species: Zebra mussels are having a devastating effect on the state's natural resources. They negatively impact native fish and mussels, and foul beaches with their sharp shells. They wreak havoc for boaters by damaging boat hulls and reducing the performance of boating equipment. Zebra mussels can clog water intakes, costing taxpayers millions of dollars. Zebra mussels have already invaded Lake Texoma, and could take over all freshwater sources in Texas
- Watch this short video to learn how you save your boat and our lakes by preventing the spread of zebra mussels when you properly clean, drain and dry your boat, trailer and gear