The City of Washington Water Department provides water service to the residents of the City of Washington.
Washington’s water system consists of nine deep wells controlled by a state-of-the-art supervisory control and data acquisition system with the capability of producing 6.0 million gallons of water per day. This water supply is complimented with, one booster pump station, three elevated storage tanks maintaining 2.5 million gallows of stored water, and over 103 miles of cast iron, ductile iron, and PVC distribution lines.
The City’s Water Department operates and maintains the water supply, including the nine deep wells, booster station, transmission lines, distribution systems, along with 24/7 emergency response and repair, meter reading, water sampling and testing, line locations as well as performing predictive and preventive maintenance. The City has duly licensed, State-Certified operators who are responsible for system operations and maintenance.
The system serves nearly 7000 customers.