• Drinking Water Week May 1-7, 2016

    Southwest Water Authority Recognizes National Drinking Water Week May 1-7, 2016 along with the water systems across the United States and the American Water Works Association (AWWA). To read more click here and to print out a coloring sheet click here.

  • April is National Safe Digging Month

    April is National safe digging month which reminds everyone to call 811 before any digging to ensure no underground lines are damaged. Dig Safe!

  • Certificate of Achievements for Safe Drinking Act of 1974

    Southwest Water Authority has received Certificate of Achievements for Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 from the North Dakota Department of Health. Click here to read more.

  • Ray Bieber Awarded the 2016 Clark Cronquist Waterline Award

    Ray Bieber, Southwest Water Authority Board member, was awarded with the 2016 Clark Cronquist Waterline Award at the 30th Annual Water Systems EXPO & Conference in Fargo. Click here to read more


    North Dakota Department of Health’s Lead Surveillance Programs Protect the Public Read Press Release

  • Quality Water for Southwest North Dakota

    SWA’s award-winning tap water placed 4th in the world for it’s great taste and clarity. To read our current water quality reports (CCRs), click here.

  • Read Our Recent Newsletter

    “Water Works” is the official publication of the Southwest Water Authority and Southwest Pipeline Project. Published quarterly, it provides news and information for our customers about our quality water, projects including construction updates, customer service information, and funding. 

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    Read Our Recent Newsletter
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