2022 Water Quality Reports - CCR (Consumer Confidence Reports) for Public Water Systems
For the City of Quinlan TX 1160007 2022 Water Quality Report please click here: 2022 City of Quinlan Water Quality Report CCR (Consumer Confidence Report)
For the 4R Ranch Water 2 TX 1160091 2022 Water Quality Report please click here: 2022 4R Ranch Water 2 Water Quality Report - CCR (Consumer Confidence Report)
- 2023 Summer Water Schedule City of Quinlan follows Cash Water Supplies Watering Schedule
F.O.G. (Fat, Oil, Grease) Information
Fats, oil and grease, collectively known as FOG, are found in most residential and commercial kitchens. The discharge of FOG to sanitary sewer systems is a problem because the FOG can accumulate in the sewer and cause a backup or overflow.
For more information please click here: F.O.G. (Fat, Oil, Grease) Information
The city brush pile is available to City of Quinlan residents for disposal of limbs and brush (Not to exceed 6” in diameter). The brush pile is normally open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday depending on weather and staffing. Please contact city staff at (903) 356-3306 to schedule an appointment for disposal.
City of Quinlan also offers the disposal of household bulk items twice a year (Spring/Fall). Contact (903) 356-3306 for specific dates and times.
For more information please click here: Refuse Services
Winter Average Billing
Tip to lower your water bills - During winter months (December, January, February), the city will average your water usage to calculate the yearly sewage costs. December, January, February time frame is used because these are historically the lowest water usage months. Rates are adjusted annually. New accounts will be charged the city wide average until the next winter averaging cycle. Customers are encouraged to check for water leaks to insure accurate water usage.
Volunteer Fire Department Donation Information
Your utility bill includes a voluntary donation of $2.50 to the Cash Volunteer Fire Department. This line item is shown on your monthly bill as “Fire Donation”
1. Donation is Voluntary. This voluntary donation is included on your bill as a convenience to you. Payment of this donation is not required. If you do not wish to make this donation, simply deduct the donation amount shown and pay the remaining amount. Your account is not subject to disconnection or late fees due to non-payment of this donation.
2. Making a Donation. To make a donation, simply pay the total amount shown on your utility bill, as this amount is added to the total for your convenience. If you would like to donate a different amount than what is shown, please make a notation on your bill and/or payment method and adjust your payment accordingly.
3. Tax Status of Donation. Donations made to the Volunteer Fire Department are tax deductible. Individuals are responsible for documenting these donations for tax purposes.