For water emergencies contact Town Hall at (972) 294-5555, after hours please contact Patterson Professional Services at (903) 744-2599.
The Town of Lakewood Village Water Department includes various municipal services such as water, wastewater (sewer), and refuse collection. The Town owns and operates the water production system as well as the wastewater plant. Garbage services are provided on a contract basis with Allied Waste.
All residents are required to purchase water from the Town; individual wells are not permitted. Waterfront homeowners may irrigate with water from Lake Lewisville after obtaining the required permits from Dallas Water Utilities and also from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
All new water customers must complete a water application form and pay a deposit ($200.00) prior to receiving water service. The deposit is refundable when the account is closed and the final bill is paid. Policies and billing rates are described fully in Water Rates Ordinance. Residents receive one itemized bill each month for water, wastewater, and garbage services. To pay your water bill, either make payment online with a credit card, or mail or drop off a payment to Town Hall at 100 Highridge Drive, Lakewood Village, TX 75068.
Trash service, provided by Allied Waste, includes two 90 gallon containers with weekly scheduled pickups on Monday and Recycling pickup every other Monday. Additionally, “bulk” trash collection occurs on the second Tuesday of every other month. Residents are permitted to dispose of any non-hazardous materials, including unbundled brush clippings, of up to 10 cubic yards (approximately three pickup truck loads).
Items That CAN Be Recycled:
Mixed Residential Paper: Newspaper, inserts, magazines, paperboard boxes, mail, junk mail, office paper, phone books, paperback books, and flattened cardboard.
Cans: Food, beverage and softdrink cans composed of tin, steel or aluminum; other clean cans of the same material.
Glass: Unbroken food and beverage containers that are clear, brown, or green in color.
Plastic: HDPE (milk and detergent bottles), PET (primarily soft drink containers) bottles generally referred to as one and two liter soft drink, milk, juice, water, shampoo, liquid soap, plastic containers with #1 through #7 recycling sysbol on the bottom of the container.
Items That CANNOT Be Recycled:
Household trash, aluminum foil, auto/window glass, ceramics, china/dishes, drink boxes with straws, hardcover books, light bulbs, waxed milk and juice cartons, plastic grocery sacks, styrofoam cups - plates - or peanuts, plastic toys, waxed paper/food containers, yard waste, plastic glass or metal containers that held hazardous materials such as motor oil, paint, pesticide or weed killer.