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WAYS TO PREVENT THE MOSQUITO POPULATION 

  • KEEP PROPERTY CLEAN AND CUT TO A MINIMUM
  • REMOVE TIRES FROM PROPERTY
  • CLEAN OUT GUTTERS OF FOLIAGE
  • MONITOR POTS FOR PLANTS THAT HOLD WATER
  • EMPTY OUT BUCKETS, BIRD BATHS, TIRES, POOLS, AND ANYTHING THAT CAN HOLD WATER FOR A PERIOD OF TIME.
  • REPORT ANY ABANDONDED HOUSE THAT HAVE UNKEPT POOLS.
     

WE ONLY SPRAY WHEN WEATHER PERMITS
(10 MPH OR LESS WIND SPEED) 

WE SPRAY IN THE EVENING WHEN THE MOSQUITOS ARE MOST ACTIVE

WE LARVACIDE ALL DRAINAGE AND HOLD WATER PONDS AFTER A RAINFALL.

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Click Here to view the Notice of Receipt of Application and Intent to Obtain Water Quality Permit Renewal
Permit No. WQ0010159001


Click Here to view the Notice of Receipt of Application and Intent to Obtain Water Quality Permit Renewal
Permit No. WQ0010159003


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Water & wastewater rates for all citizens of Del Rio increased effective November 3, 2014 in pursuant to Ordinance NO. O:2014-110.  The minimum monthly water bill for the first three thousand (3,000) gallons consumed shall be based on the customer's meter size - review the schedule here.
How to Calculate Water & Sewer Bill 

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Meet
Chief Bullard

Police Chief Waylon Bullard first began his career at the City of Del Rio in 2005. 
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City of Del Rio
City of Del Rio
109 W. Broadway    Del Rio, TX 78840
830-774-8558
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