North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD)

The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) provides vital water, wastewater and waste management services to more than a million people who call North Texas their home, including the City of Fate.

Their team of nearly 750 employees:

  • Builds, maintains, protects, stores and conserves regional water supplies.
  • Treats and delivers clean drinking water.
  • Collects, treats and disposes trash, sewage and other waste.
  • Plans for future regional service needs.
The City of Fate is a "Customer City" to the NTMWD.  We receive treated water from the District and then store and distribute the treated water to the residences and businesses throughout our community.  NTMWD also operates the Sabine Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant (shared between Fate and Royse City).

Wastewater Treatment

The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) also provides the City with wastewater treatment services. The NTMWD regional Wastewater Treatment (WWT) Plants are designed, constructed, and operated using wastewater technologies to protect water resources. To see the NTMWD Wastewater Treatment process visit their website.

Annual Reports

The North Texas Municipal Water District provides treated water to the City of Fate for distribution to its residents and businesses.


To learn more about the North Texas Municipal Water District, please visit their webpage at

Provided below are a few infographics from the NTMWD webpage explaining how water is treated and then delivered from the source to your tap.
NTMWD Water Treatment Process Graphic
NTMWD Getting Water To You Graphic