What’s better than being at the lake on a hot day? We don’t know many other things that are as great. Enjoy a Spring day at one of these great DFW lakes this season.

Eagle Mountain Lake – This lake is over 8,000 acres and is located about 15 miles from the city center of Fort Worth. This lake is great for recreational activities like fishing, water skiing, wakeboarding, and just plain old relaxing. While at the lake, explore some of the areas, hills, bluffs, and mountains.

Lake Lewisville – This lake is one of the largest lakes in the DFW area spanning over 29,000 acres, and is located about 14 miles from the city center of Denton. This lake is great for recreational activities like fishing, water skiing, swimming and of course relaxing in the sun. There are multiple parks located around the lake for outings and picnics. You can also enjoy hiking, bike trails and golfing.

White Rock Lake – This lake is over 1,000 acres and is located about 5 miles from the city center of Dallas. This is one of the most popular lakes in the Dallas area because of its close proximity to the city and beautiful views. This lake offers a host of activities like a 9-mile biking trail, a dog park, picnic areas and of course water recreation activities.

What’s Going On!

Lend a helping hand, and help clean up your local communities at these events in your neighborhood.

TRWD Trash Bash

If you love the Trinity and you love your city this is the event for you! Join TRWD on May 18, 2019, at five different locations across the city to clean up the Trinity River. Online registration is closed, but onsite registration is available.

Questions? Contact: Community.Relations@trwd.com

Operation Beautification 

Calling all Dallas residents, the city wants to help make all of your communities as beautiful as possible. Get your youth, work, and neighborhood groups together for a city-wide cleanup on May 18, 2019.

Register Here

3 Ways You Can Help Keep Our Water Clean

You would never know, but many of our daily routines like using cleaning products and walking the dog may be contributing to the pollution in our waterways. Luckily there are a few very easy ways to help reduce our impact.

1. Your toilet is not a trash can 

Never flush non-degradable products like baby wipes down the toilet. These kinds of products can cause a huge problem in the sewage treatment process, and can even end up littering beaches and water.

2. Your sink is not a trash can either

Don’t pour paint, used oil, chemical cleaners and other things of the sort down the drain. Many of these items contain toxic chemicals, we don’t want to end up in our water supply.

3. Pick up after your dog

Be a good neighbor and scoop up your pet waste. By doing this your keeping that bacteria from running into our storm drains and ending up in our water supply.