Water was a great blessing on the Grape Vine Prairie. Whether from Denton Creek, a hand-dug well, or drawn from below ground by the rhythmic movement of a windmill’s sucker rod, water’s availability meant life for Grapevine settlers and livestock.
“Prairie Water” stands in tribute to those whose wisdom and use of resources laid the foundation for the settlement that became a city. It also stands in tribute to Grapevine’s modern city leaders whose decisions focus on quality of life. Good water is never taken for granted here and Grapevine is still a great place to “stake a claim.”