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The City of Frisco is proud to let its customers know they receive safe, high-quality drinking water. Each year, the city provides an annual drinking water quality report to its customers, as required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

Frisco’s water system has a Superior rating with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and exceeds all state and federal drinking water standards. You can also find weekly water testing and monthly water quality results at friscotexas.gov/waterreports.

To receive a printed version of this report, contact the Public Works Department at 972-292-5800.

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Weekly Watering Advice

(based on Frisco’s weather station data)

Monday (11/29) through Sunday (12/5)

No watering is recommended. Please keep sprinkler systems turned off.

We have reached the time of year when you can TURN OFF your sprinkler systems.

View the watering schedule map to determine your watering day.

Use the Cycle and Soak method to prevent water waste as runoff.

Learn more about setting your controller.


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Planting and watering cool season grasses is prohibited in Frisco. Overseeding often uses more than 8,000 gallons of water for every 1,000 sq. ft. of grass. Read more about Best Management Practices to save water and money.

When Can I Water?When to Water

Check out Frisco’s Water Efficiency Plan and learn the ins & outs of watering wisely in the city.

FREE Sprinkler System CheckFREE Sprinkler Checkup

Have one of Frisco’s licensed irrigation specialists check your sprinkler system for operation efficiency.

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Find out what the City and your neighbors are doing in and around Frisco to conserve water.