Roosevelt Water Association
      


About RWA

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   "How to set up recurring payments"

Rates and Policies

How to Contact RWA

2016 Drinking Water Report

Existing Water System

Everett our Water Supplier

Board of Trustees

Annual Reports & Managers Information
     All Reports

By-Laws

Annual Meeting Minutes

Connection and
Projects Information


Conservation Tips & Information on How To

Cross Connection
   Information
   Cross Connection Letter to Members
   Cross Connection Survey
   Backflow Testers Certified 2015
   Lawn Irrigation Systems Connections
   Cross Connections Brochure from USC

Flushing Water Lines

From NPR and the
Terry Gross show "Fresh Air"
War On Tap:
America's Obsession With Bottled Water



Mission Statement

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. 



Everett water filtration plant is experiencing an algae bloom in Lake Chaplain Reservoir
The Everett water filtration plant is experiencing an algae bloom in Lake Chaplain Reservoir that has resulted in a metallic taste and fishy odor in the finished water. Currently, the raw water from Spada Lake Reservoir does not contain the same algae as those in Chaplain. Please note that this is exclusively an aesthetic issue - there are no health concerns associated with this event.
We have arranged to go on direct Spada intake via the PUD bypass valve this morning in an effort to dilute the concentration of algae and impacts to taste and odor. Blending Chaplain water with PUD bypass water should dilute the taste to acceptable levels.
This population of algae occurs most years in Lake Chaplain Reservoir. Depending on how quickly the dilution takes effect, it is possible that we will have a short-duration taste and odor event. The taste and odor of the finished water will be monitored on a daily basis until it returns to an acceptable flavor. We will keep you updated on any further changes to the water quality.
Please contact me if you receive taste and odor complaints. Your assistance will greatly enhance our efforts to provide timely and effective response.

Sincerely,
John McClellan, PE Operations Superintendent
EVERETT PUBLIC WORKS



Pump Station at Lupine
2017 Tuesday June 6th

Lupine pump station is on line.
This should help on water pressure in the upper areas of Roosevelt Water
Thank you once again for your patience.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call or e-mail.
Thank you.
Janelle MacDicken Manager
Roosevelt Water Association, Inc.
Would you like to be added to the Email Alert list? AlertList@RooseveltWater.com
Please note your email:(you may have multiple emails on the alert list
You may also signup online just click here for the Signup Form. Or copy and post (www.rooseveltwater.com/Pages/MemberInfoForm.html)
Names     Address     Phone Number    
and if possible your account number

The activity at the north end of Robinhood Lane on Trombley Road.

A 14-lot development is going in this area. It will be called "Trombley Ridge". The developer is trying to have it ready for building houses in early spring.

Annual Meeting

The Annual meeting for our members of Roosevelt Water Association Inc. was held Thursday, February 16th 2017, 7:00 PM at the PUD building in Monroe. Where reports of the past year's operation and the election of three (3) trustees for a three year term were held.
The annual meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of February.
The meeting for 2018 will be held Thursday February 15th at 7:00 pm in the PUD meeting room on 120 E Fremont Street Monroe, WA.

Minutes from the 2017 Annual Meeting

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, address and account number.

Annual Meeting Notice for 2017

We would like to have our 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.
You may also signup online just click here for the Signup Form. Or copy and post (www.rooseveltwater.com/Pages/MemberInfoForm.html)
Names
Address
Phone Number
And if possible your account number


2017 Summer Yard Watering Calendar

Click here for the 2017 Watering Calendar

Our Water Quality Report for 2016 is now complete

Click here to read the entire report.
2016 Drinking Water Report


Our Billing Schedule

Billing       Bill goes out         Due By
Jan/Feb   -   March 1st   -         March 31st
Mar/Apr   -   May 1st   -         May 31st
May/Jun   -   July 1st   -         July 31st
Jul/Aug   -   September 1st   -   September 30th
Sept/Oct   -   November 1st   -   November 30th
Nov/Dec   -   January 1st   -     January 31st


Would you like to pay your bill online?

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We have lowered the Credit and Debit Convenience fee to $2.50. This is because more of you are using the online payment system and our bank fees have been lowered so we are passing this along.
You can now have a recurring payment by Credit Card or Debit Card.
Choose; One time only or Recurring then Monthly Recurring or Bi-Monthly Recurring.
Also choose the date you want the recurring payment made.
When you want to change or cancel all you have to do is call the office or email MCarlson@rooseveltwater.com and you will be taken care of.
If you want to see a how to click on this "How to set up recurring payments"


Water Rates

    Link to:
           Effective March 1st 2017


Mananger's Updates & Reports

The Manager, Janelle MacDicken will be doing updates on what is happening with your water system. She will do this annually and when needed on a quarterly basis. You will find this over on the left under Managers Information.
Managers Reports


Ownership

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.



Call 811 before you dig
Remember everyone needs 2 days before you dig

Is your house number visible?

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.


PO Box 345 • Snohomish, Washington 98291
(360) 568-3450 • Fax (360) 563-5369
Manager@RooseveltWater.com