WELCOME TO SOUTHWEST REGIONAL WATER DISTRICT
Southwest Regional Water strives to improve the quality of life and business in the region by providing our customers with safe, quality drinking water and related services. We believe the success of our organization depends on our commitment to the following principles:
* Good communication and cooperation between our customers, employees, management and Board of Directors.
* Employees that take pride and integrity in their work and are dedicated to serving our customers and maintaining the system's operation and facilities.
* Responsibility as a team for the efficient and reliable delivery of reasonably priced product and services to our region.
* Proactive planning and vision for future growth that will improve the financial productivity of the business.
SOUTHWEST REGIONAL WATER DISTRICT
MEMBER OF IOWA RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION
Southwest Regional Water District is an equal opportunity provider and employer
Click here for an interesting article by the IDNR.
A two page summary review labeled as the Annual Review of Water Resource Trends for the calendar year of 2014.
Click here for a link to a Fremont County Interest Survey letter sent to all rural customers in Fremont County.
WATER BOIL ORDER LIFTED
The S.W. Regional Water District has lifted the drinking water boil order for RW customers affected by the water main repair on Tuesday January 26th, located in Douglas and Fremont townships in Page county. The Water District received confirmation on Saturday afternoon January 30th by its state certified lab that the series of water samples collected within the area of the water main repair were absent of any contamination.
The boil order was placed into effect earlier this week as a precautionary measure in insuring the public health. The S.W. Regional Water District located the main break early Tuesday morning along a creek bank 2.5 miles south of Bethesda after previous daily pump readings indicated a possible problem with the system in eastern Page county. If the public has questions or concerns about the water quality or service they can call the District office at 1-800-579-8068