Somewhere between 70 and 75 percent of the earth’s surface is covered with water. The same water that existed on the earth millions of years ago is still present today.
Beaver Lake Arkansas Our drinking water comes from Beaver Lake. Help keep Beaver Lake clean.
The daily requirement for sanitation, bathing, and cooking needs, as well as for assuring survival, is about 100 gallons per person.
***Special Announcement*** You may have received, or will soon receive an advertisement from American Water Resources or Homeserve USA. Springdale Water Utilities is not associated with either of these companies and does not endorse any water line protection plans or services offered by them.
Also, please beware of anybody claiming to be a
Springdale Water employee that knocks on your door
requesting to taste your water. If anybody requests to
enter your house or taste your water, please call the city
police department if they are not in a marked
Springdale Water vehicle.
Springdale Water Utilities Our Mission Statement “The mission of the Springdale Water Utility is to provide safe, high quality drinking water to our patrons and to responsibly treat and dispose of wastewater generated by our patrons.” In 1919 we were known as the Water Improvement District and … [Read More...]
Waste Management - Frequently Asked Questions - Who do I call if I have a question concerning service, billing or repairs of equipment? Waste Management @ 479-361-4200 or 800-443-5558. To visit their website. click here Is there an optional program for those that want to continue … [Read More...]
WATER SAVING TIPS Home – Indoor Flush only when necessary. Every flush you eliminate can save between two and seven gallons of water. Avoid using the toilet for a wastebasket. Reduce water use with a water-efficient toilet. If you don’t have a low-flow toilet, use … [Read More...]