WELCOME....
Milligan Water Supply Corporation is a
non-profit , member owned water  supply
organized under laws of the State of Texas
and operating under a Certificate of
Convenience and Necessity issued by the
State. The water supply was incorporated in
1965 for the purpose of providing water to
the rural area located south of Mckinney, in
the City of Lowry Crossing and surrounding
area.

Milligan Water Supply Corporation
purchases all of its water from the North
Texas Municipal Water District located in
Wylie, Texas. The water supply has no other
source of water.

Milligan Water Supply Corporation is
governed under the laws of the State of
Texas and pertinent federal laws. The water
supply is operated in strict adherence to the
rules and standards set by the Texas
Commission on Environmental Quality
(TCEQ). The water system is monitored on a
continuing basis and inspected annually by
the TCEQ.  The system is maintained and
operated by personnel licensed by the TCEQ.
Twice a month, water samples are collected
and presented to an independent lab for
bacteriological testing purposes.
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Milligan Water Supply Corporation
1400 S. Bridgefarmer Road
Mckinney, Texas 75069

972-542-1143 Office
972-542-1480 Fax
candi@milliganwater.com

972-832-8821 After hours Emergency
Line
****NOTICE****


Milligan WSC is in Stage 3
as of June 1st 2013
.



Rate Surchage during
Stage 3 will apply to two
upper tiers of water usage.

15,001-25,000gals usage
will be billed at $6.99 per
thousand.

25,001 gals & up will be
billed at $11.32 per
thousand gallons.
For information on zebra mussels see  http://www.texasinvasives.org/action/spreadword.php
10 EASY WATER
CONSERVATION TIPS

1 Water your yard thoroughly, but
only as needed – usually no
more than 1 inch, once a week.

2 Use drip irrigation for plants
and gardens, and water early in
the morning to minimize
evaporation.

3 Collect rainwater for landscape
use – it is great for the plants,
and can save you water and
money.

4 Install aerators to cut in half the
amount of water used by each
faucet.

5 Fix faucet leaks, which can
waste up to 3,000 gallons of
water a year.

6 Install water-efficient plumbing
fixtures to reduce water
consumption by 25% to 60% and
save energy.

7 Check your toilet by using a
leak-detection dye tablet. Leaks
can waste up to 200 gallons of
water a day.

8 Replace older toilets with water-
efficient models and save up to
4,000 gallons of water a year.

9 Wash only full loads of laundry
– an average household can
save more than 3,400 gallons of
water each year.

10 Invest in an Energy Star-
qualified clothes washer, which
typically uses 50% less water
and 37% less energy per load.

EVERY OTHER WEEK OUTSIDE IRRIGATION SCHEDULE EXTENDED UNTIL APRIL 30TH, 2014

Stage 3 Watering restrictions in effect, outside watering allowed once every two weeks.
(see irrigation schedule below)
Stage 3 Irrigation Schedule Effective November 1st  2013
ODD ADDRESS- First &
Third MONDAY

EVEN ADDRESS-First &
Third THURSDAY


CR 401, 405, 406, 407, & 984

Cottrell Lane

Holder Trail

University Dr., Hwy 380

Songbird Lane

Settlers Trail

Settlers Bend

Stagecoach Dr.

Pioneer Lane

Traildust Lane

Hummingbird Lane

Purple Martin

Overland Dr.

Creekview Circle

Railhead Circle

Meadow Drive

Bois D' Arc Circle

North Meadow Dr.

North Meadow Circle
ODD ADDRESS-First & Third
TUESDAY

EVEN ADDRESS- First & Third
FRIDAY



CR 266, 317,318, 324, & 325   

Orr Road

Stacy Road  

Briar Trail                                 

Carpenter Lane

Hidden Trail    
         
Summit Court  

The Crossings Addition        

Lake Trails
   
Lakeway Trails  

Old Mill Road                      
ODD ADDRESS- First  & Third
WEDNESDAY

EVEN ADDRESS-First &
Third SATURDAY



Bridgefarmer Road

Cedar Ridge

Sundown Circle

Sunset Circle

Langston Lane

Sunridge Lane

Woodcreek Dr.

Meadow Woods Circle

Cedar Hill

FM 546

Almeta Lane

CR 722

Bramble Branch

Country Lane

May Trail

CR 403

Highridge Addition

Drake Hill

Cedar Hill Circle
NO OUTSIDE LANDSCAPE WATERING BETWEEN
10AM & 6PM
North Texas Municipal Water District launches
website
www.WaterMyYard.org to compute water needs for
your landscape by using actual weather data.
Water My Yard Press release