The mission of the Roosevelt Water Association
is to provide safe drinking water that meets or exceeds all of the State and Federal Government standards.
The Association is committed to ensuring, in the most efficient and economical way possible,
the high quality of services that the members of the Roosevelt Water Association enjoy and expect.
Management, Staff and the Board of Trustees are committed to accomplishing this mission in a reliable, professional, safe,
cost-effective and courteous manner.
We will be flushing lines for the next three weeks on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday April 14th to April 30th.
You may have low or no water pressure during this time but it should be only for a few hours.
How to Flush Water Pipes in a Home
After RWA has flushed the main lines you may need to flush your lines to get rid of the discolored water.
Flushing your home water lines you can complete the task with a few basic steps. Click here to learn more
The Manager, Janelle MacDicken will be doing updates
on what is happening with your water system. She will do this on a quarterly basis but if more is happening she will
do an update anytime. We hope to keep our members informed as much as possible. You will find this over on the left under
Managers Information. Updates on your water system. Managers Reports
The Annual meeting of the Corporation was held
Thursday, February 19th 2015, 7:00 PM at the French Creek Manor. The French Creek Manor is located on the Westwick Road
at the intersection of French Creek Road (167th Ave SE). Where reports of the past year's operation and the
election of two (2) trustees for a three year term was held.
The annual meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of February.
The meeting for 2016 will be held Thursday February 18th 7:00 pm French Creek Manor
If you would like a copy of our financial Statement by mail or email please call 360.568.3450 or email Manager@RooseveltWater.com.
Make sure you give your membership name and address.
The Roosevelt Water Association is located in central Snohomish County.
The Association is a private water system and owned by the 1,100 plus homeowners that are served by the Association and governed by a seven person board known as the Trustees.
The Roosevelt Water Association is classified as Group A, Class 1, expanding system with a service area
boundary on file with Snohomish County in accordance with the adopted Coordinated Water System Plan.
We would like to have members emails
The reason for RWA to have your email address is to
alert you went something has happened or is going to happen that will have an effect on your water. When we email to all
the members it will be sent as a BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) this is so no one will be able to see your email address.
We will not use it for anything but RWA information. A major water leak. Flushing of lines. Important meetings.
Items along this line. At anytime you can be taken off the list.
Email your information to AlertList@RooseveltWater.com
Please note on your email:
This if for the email alert group.
The Email you want to use
You can put as many emails on the alert list that you want to be notified.
Would you like to serve on the Associates Committee
This group of our members would serve to advise the trustees. We would like these members to serve on one of the two committees.
Administration committee has on its current agenda to review the by-laws, policy, operations manual, procedures and job descriptions. Trustees serving on this committee is Chair Peter Moon, John Claybrook and Clarence Prins
The Projects committee has on its agenda financing Tank number 2 and Pump Station number 3 along with construction of both the tank and pump station. Also reviewing capital improvements and prioritizing these projects. Trustees serving on this committee is Chair Mike Carlson, Michael Karl and Scott Nielsen.
President John Olsen oversees both committees along with Manager/Secretary Janelle MacDicken.
If you show interest in either committee please email to Manager@RooseveltWater.com
Please note on email which committee along with your information:
Monroe Fire Department can help you with your house number sign for your
house or your mail box post. All you need to do is go to the fire department and fill out a form to receive your house number.
This helps all of us.