• Southwest Water Authority Takes Steps to Protect Public Health

    Quality water for southwest North Dakota is and will continue to be our first priority and it has never been more important than during the coronavirus outbreak we are all facing today. Click here to read more.

     
  • 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.

     
  • Automatic Payment Plan

    The Automatic Payment Plan lets your financial institution do all the work. Each month the amount due on your Southwest Water Authority bill is automatically deducted from your designated bank account on the 20th of the month. The proof of payment will appear on your monthly bank statement. Click here for more information. 

    Automatic Payment Plan
     
  • 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. 

    View the Latest Issue

    Read Our Recent Newsletter
     

Click here to write a quick note thanking a SWA operator for their hard work through this pandemic and here to read the comments. Don’t know any of our operators specifically? You can still show your support by thanking them all for the award-winning quality water they deliver 24/7, every day of the year.

Beginning Tuesday, March 17 our lobby will be closed to non-employees until further notice. Our focus is on the health and safety of our employees, customers, partners, communities and all those we serve. Click here to read the full announcement.

 Water-Related Emergencies: 701-225-0241


We’re Not Done….Because Quality Water Matters!

Southwest Pipeline Project

          Southwest Water Authority will not shut off a customer’s water due to using more water than they are allocated to use.

              If you are interested in hauling water, contact our office at 701-225-0241 or 888-425-0241.