Below you may find the annual water quality report, also known as a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), for your neighborhood. The report includes the following information about your drinking water on water samples taken during the previous calendar year:

  1. Water source
  2. Regulated Contaminant levels
  3. EPA standards for safe contaminant levels
  4. Lead & Copper Sample Information
  5. Chlorine Disinfectant Residual Report
NEW! For water testing performed in 2017.
For any questions regarding the CCR (Consumer Confidence Report), please contact the water operator, Jason Cork, at (214) 773-6013.

What is the water source for my neighborhood?

Frisco Ranch & The Preserve Water Source – Pumps draw water from two ground water wells located in Frisco Ranch. These pumps are roughly 1,000 feet down drawing water from the Trinity Aquifer.  

Frisco Hills Water Source – The water is purchased wholesale from the Town of Little Elm. The Town of Little Elm purchases water from North Texas Municipal Water District. The water is drawn from surface water sources including Lake Lavon, Texoma and Cooper.  

For more information on your water, please visit the Water Quality Reports page to view the most recent Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) for your neighborhood.  

For water testing performed in 2016.

For water testing performed in 2015.

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