Committed to Excellence
January 2023 UPdate.
The Arbor - January 2023.
SMU Gary Weber End Zone Stadium project.
Snider Plaza Surface Improvements Project Mock-Up.
Water Bill processing error for some recurring credit card customers.
December 2022 UPdate.
Saturday, January 28 at 10 a.m. - STEAM Station @ the Library.
Tuesday, January 31 at 10:30 a.m. - Baby Story Time @ UPPL.
Tuesday, February 7 - City Council Meeting
Tuesday, February 21 - City Council Meeting
Drinking water in University Park is provided by the Dallas County/Park Cities Municipal Utility District (MUD). The MUD is a special purpose local government governed by an elected five-member Board of Directors. The MUD operates a treatment plant at 1811 Regal Row, Dallas TX 75235, that provides all treated water for University Park and Highland Park.
University Park's water originates in Lake Grapevine, where raw water is released and travels to the MUD's Regal Row plant. The water then goes through a series of carefully controlled steps, including:
Federal law requires that public providers of drinking water issue an annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR). The CCR contains information about water quality and test results for contaminants or other constituents.
Annual Water Quality Report
For more information about water treatment, contact the MUD.
Dallas County/Park Cities
Municipal Utility District
1811 Regal Row
Dallas, TX 75235
Potable water for each residence, school, and business in the City of University Park is provided through a network of pipes commonly referred to as the "distribution system." This distribution system is buried below most alley and some street rights-of-way throughout the community. The Infrastructure Maintenance Division staff routinely performs the following services: