Water Operations & Maintenance

The District is responsible for approximately 40 miles of water lines, nine usable wells and one standby, four storage tanks with a combined capacity of 2.7 million gallons, all of which serve 2694 water connections and approximately 5,400 people.

2022 Consumer Confidence Report

2021 Consumer Confidence Report

2020 Consumer Confidence Report

Frozen Pipes

Routine water system operation and maintenance includes:

  • Repair of line breaks and installation of new services
  • Monitor and/or record:
    • Tank levels
    • Line pressures
    • Chlorine levels and quantities
    • Water demand flows
  • Maintain and repair:
    • Natural gas engines and electric motors for well pumps
    • Five vehicles
    • One dump truck
    • One backhoe
    • Other assorted equipment and machinery
  • Flush lines
  • Read meters
  • Respond to requests from the public
  • Inspect installations of new construction