Serving Springdale's Water Needs
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.
Cold Weather Advisory:
During periods of cold weather when temperatures are freezing or below, you can protect your water lines by doing a few simple things:
* Winterize outdoor faucets and remove hoses.
* Drain outside lines if possible.
* Keep garage doors closed.
* Turn off your sesasonal meter or winterize PRV'S or RPZ'S
* If you have a crawl space, insulate access doors, seal
cracks and insulate pipes.
If you are not confident with your measures, you may leave a little water running in the sink or tub nearest where the service line enters the house.
Make sure your meter box is closed and not open.
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...]
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