Instructions on HOW TO CONNECT TO EYE-ON-WATER (EOW) to get access to your individual water usage, view Eye-On-Water Connecting Instructions below
TIP FROM MWSD: here is a tip on how to check the water calibration with the water meter. Fill a 1 gallon pitcher while noting the usage on the meter; if you fill the 1 gallon pitcher, you should see the dial turn 1 time. That shows that the meter is calibrated to match the household usage.
In June 2019, the District conducted lead and copper testing; the results came back below the limits with some sites having low enough numbers that they were nondetectable. For more information, view Lead Information Details below.
View Fee Distribution -see below- to see how water usage fees and other revenue sources are used to fund and operate the Mountain Water and Sanitation District and Enterprise.
For the July 2013 "Wet's New" newsletter, including helpful information on protecting your curb stop, conservation tips, and financial matters, view July 2013 Newsletter below.
For the June 2011 letter to residents on radionuclide remediation, view June 2011 Newsletter below.
For a letter to newcomers explaining the basics of our district, view Letter to Newcomers below.
For the July 2014 "Wet's New" newsletter, with information on customer's responsibilities for water & sewer services, a list of items that should be avoided putting down a drain, and a construction update on the new wastewater treatment plant, view July 2014 Newsletter below.