WELCOME TO SOUTHWEST REGIONAL WATER DISTRICT
MISSION STATEMENT

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
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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.

POSTED ON WEB SITE 4-23-19 AT 2:30 P.M.

FLOOD DAMAGE WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT PROJECT
BOIL ORDER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT


PIPELINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT NO. 1
WEST TARKIO RIVER CROSSING


A new 600 feet length of 10" restraint joint pipe was directional bored under the West Tarkio River and adjacent farm ground on April 18th. The Iowa DNR requires that water samples be collected and tested for coliform bacteria when a new section of water main is constructed in public drinking water systems.
The S.W. Regional Water District collected the first set of water samples in the southwest service area and shipped them to a state certified lab. 
A second set of samples will be collected and shipped tomorrow.
A boil order advisory remains in effect for the following SWRWD customers until all test results are confirmed by the lab that the water samples do not contain any impurities:


BOIL ORDER ADVISORY AREA

Page County: all customers located in Colfax, Morton and Washington Townships this includes the Towns of Northboro and Blanchard customers located in Grant Township Sections 21, 28, 29 and 30

Fremont County: all customers in Fisher, Locust Grove, Madison, Prairie, and Riverton Townships customers located in Sections 19 and 30 of Walnut Township

Atchison County: all rural customers and the Town of Westboro


If you have questions or concerns about your water service, please contact the S.W. Regional Water District office at 1-800-579-8068.