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
MEMBER OF IOWA GROUNDWATER ASSOCIATION
Southwest Regional Water District is an equal opportunity provider and employer
WELCOME TO IOWA ONE CALL
Call 1-800-292-8989 or 811 at least 48 hours prior to all excavation. Iowa One Call is a free service.
Iowa law requires that any person, homeowner, professional, public or private entity, planning to engage in any form of excavation within the state of Iowa, must notify the Iowa One Call notification system, at 1-800-292-8989 or 811, at least 48 hours prior to excavating.
The Iowa One Call notification system is a free call and a free service to all persons planning an excavation within the state of Iowa. The required 48 hours advance notice does not include Saturdays and Sundays or legal holidays.
Iowa One Call is a non-profit organization funded by the owners and operators of underground facilities who are required by law to belong to the system.
Iowa One Call is committed to maintaining and operating a notification system efficient in relaying information and safeguarding underground facilities essential to all Iowans.
2-15-19 - DRINKING WATER BOIL ORDER ADVISORY
The public drinking water boil order remains in effect for a portion of the Southwest Regional Water District. This is for customers located in Page and Taylor counties east of the West Nodaway River from 170th Street south in Page county to the Iowa-Missouri line. This includes the Town of New Market. An 8" water main was repaired on Wednesday February 13th and as a drinking water precaution a boil order will remain in effect until further notice.
Two sets of water samples are being collected and tested by a State certified lab. Once all water quality test results are completed and notification is provided by the lab that the water is safe to drink then the SWRWD will make an announcement that the boil order is lifted. Public drinking water boil order information can be found at www.swregional.net
If you have questions about this boil order advisory, please call the SWRWD office at 1-800-579-8068.