Euless getting new water meters
Starting this month, technicians will replace all of the water meters in the city because the current equipment is outdated.
Assistant City Manager Chris Barker said Euless is replacing around 14,000 meters for residential and business customers, as the current meters are at least 20 years old.
The city got a low-interest loan from the Texas Water Development Board for the project, Barker said.
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Water customers will receive notices from the city’s contractor, Utiliuse, 48 hours before their new meter will be installed.
A technician wearing a badge will also knock on the door to notify residents that their water will be shut off temporarily while the new meters are installed. People don’t have to be at home when the work takes place.
The city has a web page at bit.ly/1RDPBYj where residents can go for more information and to watch a video that explains the program.
Bedford ArtsFest set for Saturday
The annual Bedford ArtsFest runs from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday at Boys Ranch Park, 2801 Forest Ridge Drive.
Festivalgoers will appreciate juried art pieces including those winning cash prizes for being judged as best of show and the first two runners-up. The work of emerging student-artists in grades K-12 will also be on display. Art collectors can add to their collections from the regional artists and craftsmen who will bring their latest creations.
The event also includes food, live performances in two areas and activity areas for kids and adults.
Admission and parking are free. Information: www.Bedfordtx.gov/artsfest.
Hurst’s Employee Giving Day is April 8
Hurst’s Employee Giving Day started in 1998 as a revitalization effort to improve neighborhoods and help senior citizens make repairs to their homes.
Almost 20 years later, it is still going strong. On April 8, Hurst employees will once again volunteer their time, and area businesses will donate resources for the event.
Residents must submit applications and meet certain criteria, such as income levels, to qualify for the work.
For more information or to receive an application, call 817-788-7055.