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.
****PUBLIC SERVICE WARNING****
The public is warned that scam artists are calling customers after non-business hours posing as utility personnel. They are demanding payment to be given to them over the phone and threatening to shut off their water.
Please be advised that Springdale Water Utilities does not call customers to collect payments. If payment is due, legitimate payment options are given on this website. Please do not pay via any other method being requested by these callers.
If you receive such a call, please gather as much information as possible and report to Springdale police.
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...]