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Continued Growth For Rural Water Initiative

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*Excerpt from 2021 Annual Report

2021 saw a continued growth for Saddle Hills County’s Rural Water Initiative. The initiative is expanding as residents are hooked up in areas where the mainline has been extended; pipelines are added to new areas of the County; easements are signed making way for future growth.

In 2021 28 properties were hooked up to the County potable water system as the mainline was extended into the area west of Bay Tree including Saddle Oaks Estates. Easements were obtained for 9.5 properties which will allow the County to install more pipeline.

Residents need to apply for rural water hook up in order to help the County determine interest, and the most beneficial and cost-effective way to proceed as we continue to build our rural potable water system.

While this project will proceed over a decade or more, if property owners would like to take advantage of the opportunity to have your property hooked up to the County’s expanding rural potable water system, please let us know by filling out a Rural Potable Water Servicing Agreement on the County website or by calling Manager of Environmental Services Darren Lubeck at the County office.

Many County residents continue to use the County’s four Truck Fill Stations in Woking, Ksituan, Bonanza and Savanna.

Residents can set up a secure prepaid Potable Water Account at the County Complex. Once you have set up your account you can manage it remotely 24/7. If you need assistance setting up or managing you’re an online water account, please contact us or call the County office.

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