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.

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