Cons Public Water Supply Dist No 2 of Lafayette, Johnson & Saline Cntys

Cons Public Water Supply Dist No 2 of Lafayette, Johnson & Saline Cntys PWSD No. 2 retails potable water to rural customers in parts of Lafayette, Johnson and Saline Counties and the towns of Dover, Blackburn and Mt.

Leonard.

Operating as usual

We look forward to serving you but making sure we CAN serve you could save you money in the long run.
06/04/2021

We look forward to serving you but making sure we CAN serve you could save you money in the long run.

We look forward to serving you but making sure we CAN serve you could save you money in the long run.

Our office will be closed Monday, May 31, 2021, in observance of Memorial Day as we take the day to Remember and Honor t...
05/28/2021

Our office will be closed Monday, May 31, 2021, in observance of Memorial Day as we take the day to Remember and Honor those who have served! Wishing everyone a safe weekend.

Our office will be closed Monday, May 31, 2021, in observance of Memorial Day as we take the day to Remember and Honor those who have served! Wishing everyone a safe weekend.

05/28/2021
The 2020 Consumer Confidence Reports are complete.  If you would like to print a copy, please visit DNR's website atwww....
05/25/2021

The 2020 Consumer Confidence Reports are complete. If you would like to print a copy, please visit DNR's website at
www.dnr.mo.gov/ccr/MO1024326.pdf or call the office to request a copy.

Did you know we have many payment options available?  Check them out below!We also offer e-bill statements.  To sign up ...
05/14/2021

Did you know we have many payment options available? Check them out below!

We also offer e-bill statements. To sign up to receive your bills delivered to your email instead of the mail, go online or call the office to request this update.

Did you know we have many payment options available? Check them out below!

We also offer e-bill statements. To sign up to receive your bills delivered to your email instead of the mail, go online or call the office to request this update.

What better way to celebrate Drinking Water Week?  Congratulations to the entire 1st MRWA Apprenticeship program graduat...
05/04/2021

What better way to celebrate Drinking Water Week? Congratulations to the entire 1st MRWA Apprenticeship program graduates! Your PWSD is excited to send out a special CONGRATULATIONS to class member Jeffrey Bachtel. Bachtel started his career with the water district in the fall of 2018 and the Apprenticeship program in the spring of 2019. Good work and thank you for everything you all do for the industry making sure the water is "There When You Need It."

Your C-PWSD No. 2 and partners throughout North Americatoday kicked off Drinking Water Week, by highlighting the differe...
05/03/2021

Your C-PWSD No. 2 and partners throughout North America
today kicked off Drinking Water Week, by highlighting the different ways consumers’ tap water is “There When You Need It.” Drinking Water Week is May 2-8 this year.

C-PWSD No. 2 is observing Drinking Water Week by recognizing the vital role tap water plays in daily life, the infrastructure that is required to carry it to and from homes and businesses, and the critical work that water professionals accomplish around the clock.

“Tap water continues to serve an integral role in meeting our daily hygiene needs during the coronavirus pandemic,” said American Water Works Association CEO David LaFrance. “Water professionals, the infrastructure they work to design, create and maintain, and the treatment process all work in harmony to ensure safe tap water is ‘There When You Need It.’”

To commemorate the week, water utilities, water organizations, government entities, environmental advocates, schools and others throughout North America and beyond are encouraging consumers to learn more about the importance of water and water infrastructure, especially in times of crisis.

About Drinking Water Week
For several decades, AWWA and its members have celebrated Drinking Water Week, a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the communities they serve to join together in
recognizing the vital role water plays in daily lives.

Your C-PWSD No. 2 and partners throughout North America
today kicked off Drinking Water Week, by highlighting the different ways consumers’ tap water is “There When You Need It.” Drinking Water Week is May 2-8 this year.

C-PWSD No. 2 is observing Drinking Water Week by recognizing the vital role tap water plays in daily life, the infrastructure that is required to carry it to and from homes and businesses, and the critical work that water professionals accomplish around the clock.

“Tap water continues to serve an integral role in meeting our daily hygiene needs during the coronavirus pandemic,” said American Water Works Association CEO David LaFrance. “Water professionals, the infrastructure they work to design, create and maintain, and the treatment process all work in harmony to ensure safe tap water is ‘There When You Need It.’”

To commemorate the week, water utilities, water organizations, government entities, environmental advocates, schools and others throughout North America and beyond are encouraging consumers to learn more about the importance of water and water infrastructure, especially in times of crisis.

About Drinking Water Week
For several decades, AWWA and its members have celebrated Drinking Water Week, a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the communities they serve to join together in
recognizing the vital role water plays in daily lives.

It's SPRING cleaning time.  Don't forget to clean out those medicine cabinets.  BUT WAIT, DON'T throw those outdated or ...
04/14/2021

It's SPRING cleaning time. Don't forget to clean out those medicine cabinets. BUT WAIT, DON'T throw those outdated or unwanted prescriptions or over-the-counter medicines in the trash or flush them! Bring them for proper disposal on March 24, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Can't wait to see everyone!

It's SPRING cleaning time. Don't forget to clean out those medicine cabinets. BUT WAIT, DON'T throw those outdated or unwanted prescriptions or over-the-counter medicines in the trash or flush them! Bring them for proper disposal on March 24, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Can't wait to see everyone!

Wishing everyone a safe and Happy Easter!
04/04/2021

Wishing everyone a safe and Happy Easter!

Wishing everyone a safe and Happy Easter!

03/29/2021

As new residences/dwellings are being built, we would like to remind everyone that each meter set is intended for only one residence/dwelling. If you are planning on building a second residence/dwelling, contact the district office and we will be happy to assist you in establishing a water service. Thank you!

Please see the following excerpts from the District Rules and Regulations:

Section 2 Multiple-Unit or Secondary Dwelling: A multiple-unit or secondary dwelling (also residence) is defined as housing structures that provide complete independent living facilities and include provisions for living, sleeping, eating, cooking, and sanitation on the same parcel as another dwelling. The dwellings can be constructed within, be attached to, or be detached from the main dwelling or residence unit.
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Section 5.b Service for Sole Use of the Water User: The standard water service connection is for the sole use of the water user and does not permit the extension of pipes to transfer water from one property to any other consumer nor will the user share, resell, or sub-meter water to any other consumer. If an emergency or specific situation should make such an arrangement advisable, it shall be done only on the specific written permission of the District for the duration of the emergency. No more than one residence shall be serviced by one water service connection. A farm containing one residence and other buildings for use in the farming operation shall be considered as one residence and the water user may use water from one meter for all such buildings; provided that in the event that a farm contains two or more residences, a meter shall be required for each residence, unless the District shall find such to be an unusual hardship upon the water user, in which case a special agreement may be made concerning such additional residences, and the rules for a multiple-unit dwelling as set forth in these Rules and Regulations shall be applied to determine the rate for such farm containing two residences.

Primacy Fee?  What is that?  Each year we receive many calls about this fee, here is a reminder and explanation of this ...
03/23/2021

Primacy Fee? What is that? Each year we receive many calls about this fee, here is a reminder and explanation of this fee.

Primacy Fee? What is that? Each year we receive many calls about this fee, here is a reminder and explanation of this fee.

WOW!  It's amazing how fast those dripping faucets, running toilets, and leaking hydrants can add usage to a water bill....
03/19/2021

WOW! It's amazing how fast those dripping faucets, running toilets, and leaking hydrants can add usage to a water bill. If your water bill is higher than, normal check for leaks in these places. If you need additional guidance, call your friendly water district and we may be able to help you troubleshoot additional areas.

In case you missed it, this week is EPA WaterSense Fix A Leak Week! Check out this graphic for some interesting facts. #RuralWater #FixALeak

Wishing everyone a safe and Happy St. Patrick's Day!
03/17/2021

Wishing everyone a safe and Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Wishing everyone a safe and Happy St. Patrick's Day!

HELP!!We received this envelope with someone's payment enclosed, but it did NOT have a name associated with an account i...
03/15/2021

HELP!!
We received this envelope with someone's payment enclosed, but it did NOT have a name associated with an account in our system. If you can identify the contents inside the envelope, please contact our office at 660-584-2344 and we will get the payment applied to its rightful owner!

HELP!!
We received this envelope with someone's payment enclosed, but it did NOT have a name associated with an account in our system. If you can identify the contents inside the envelope, please contact our office at 660-584-2344 and we will get the payment applied to its rightful owner!

It's that time of the year!!  We are springing forward so hopefully, it will help spring SPRING along!!Don't forget on S...
03/13/2021

It's that time of the year!! We are springing forward so hopefully, it will help spring SPRING along!!

Don't forget on Saturday night to move your clocks up an hour! Also, change the batteries in all smoke detectors!!

It's that time of the year!! We are springing forward so hopefully, it will help spring SPRING along!!

Don't forget on Saturday night to move your clocks up an hour! Also, change the batteries in all smoke detectors!!

03/02/2021

While doing a small "routine" fix to a customer's service in Corder, there was an unexpected disruption in water service. The water district is working to restore water to those outside that immediate area as soon as possible. We apologize for the unexpected inconvenience!

ATTN:  Customers living on the WEST side of Hwy 127 inside the city limits of Mt. Leonard will be without water service ...
02/24/2021

ATTN: Customers living on the WEST side of Hwy 127 inside the city limits of Mt. Leonard will be without water service beginning at 9 a.m. Wednesday, February 24. There is a water leak at the intersection of 3rd Street and Leonard Street.

Once water service has been restored, customers west of Hwy 127 will be under a precautionary boil advisory until 5 p.m. on Friday, February 26, 2021. Please boil any water you would consume for drinking, food preparation, or brushing your teeth for 5 minutes and let it cool before using.

If you have any questions, please call the office during normal business hours and a staff member will be happy to assist you.

ATTN: Customers living on the WEST side of Hwy 127 inside the city limits of Mt. Leonard will be without water service beginning at 9 a.m. Wednesday, February 24. There is a water leak at the intersection of 3rd Street and Leonard Street.

Once water service has been restored, customers west of Hwy 127 will be under a precautionary boil advisory until 5 p.m. on Friday, February 26, 2021. Please boil any water you would consume for drinking, food preparation, or brushing your teeth for 5 minutes and let it cool before using.

If you have any questions, please call the office during normal business hours and a staff member will be happy to assist you.

The sun was shining yesterday and it's getting warmer.  Before long we will be mowing grass and this cold snap will be a...
02/22/2021

The sun was shining yesterday and it's getting warmer. Before long we will be mowing grass and this cold snap will be a distant memory.☺️

HOWEVER: Don't let your guard down! Frozen pipes are starting to thaw and many will be broken. Today we discovered that a customer lost 170,000 gallons due to a busted pipe! YIKES!

PLEASE check YOUR PLUMBING (vacant houses, cattle waters, crawl spaces, basements, sheds/barns) the daily usage throughout the district is still high as of Sunday evening, February 21, 2021.

The sun was shining yesterday and it's getting warmer. Before long we will be mowing grass and this cold snap will be a distant memory.☺️

HOWEVER: Don't let your guard down! Frozen pipes are starting to thaw and many will be broken. Today we discovered that a customer lost 170,000 gallons due to a busted pipe! YIKES!

PLEASE check YOUR PLUMBING (vacant houses, cattle waters, crawl spaces, basements, sheds/barns) the daily usage throughout the district is still high as of Sunday evening, February 21, 2021.

02/18/2021

WATER USAGE UPDATE:
We are still seeing high water usage everywhere EXCEPT Saline County.

Please continue to watch for broken pipes, overrunning cattle waters, and check those vacant buildings. A MAJORITY OF THE HIGH USAGE HAS BEEN ON THE CUSTOMER'S SIDE OF THE METER.

As the weather warms up and things begin to thaw, we will again see an increase in water usage due to the pipes that were once frozen solid and split/broke will thaw and water will again flow.

Okay Customers North of CONCORDIA.....it's your turn:Customers North of I-70, West of (and including) Aullville, East of...
02/17/2021

Okay Customers North of CONCORDIA.....it's your turn:
Customers North of I-70, West of (and including) Aullville, East of the Lafayette/Saline County line (including the citizens of Blackburn), and South of the Missouri River.

The District is seeing a large increase in water usage going to the area described above.

When the weather gets this cold, we have many times found unoccupied homes with water running out of them, cattle water's with the floats stuck and running over, and broken hydrants. If you have not checked any of these items since yesterday, we strongly suggest you do so. This is the timeframe of when the water usage started to increase. If you have or find a leak, please call the on-call number provided on the voicemail at the office (660-584-2344).

Thank you to all our customers who have assisted us by calling in leaks and suspicious water (water where there shouldn't be) so our staff can check them out.

Okay Customers North of CONCORDIA.....it's your turn:
Customers North of I-70, West of (and including) Aullville, East of the Lafayette/Saline County line (including the citizens of Blackburn), and South of the Missouri River.

The District is seeing a large increase in water usage going to the area described above.

When the weather gets this cold, we have many times found unoccupied homes with water running out of them, cattle water's with the floats stuck and running over, and broken hydrants. If you have not checked any of these items since yesterday, we strongly suggest you do so. This is the timeframe of when the water usage started to increase. If you have or find a leak, please call the on-call number provided on the voicemail at the office (660-584-2344).

Thank you to all our customers who have assisted us by calling in leaks and suspicious water (water where there shouldn't be) so our staff can check them out.

ATTENTION Customers North of Hwy 20, West of Hwy 23, East of Hwy 213, and South of the Missouri RiverThe water tower at ...
02/17/2021

ATTENTION Customers North of Hwy 20, West of Hwy 23, East of Hwy 213, and South of the Missouri River

The water tower at Dover is not filling this evening so the operations staff will be out looking for a leak either on the District's side or it could be on a customer's side.

When the weather gets this cold, we have many times found unoccupied homes with water running out of them, cattle water's with the floats stuck and running over, and broken hydrants. If you have not checked any of these items in the last 4 hours, you may want to. This is the timeframe of when the tower started to decline. If you find a leak, please call the on-call number provided on the voicemail at the office (660-584-2344).

Until the issue is fixed, customers in the area described above may experience low to no water pressure.

Our staff will work as long as it takes to resolve this issue. Please be patient as working in these cold conditions slows down the process and can take longer to fix than normal as the water freezes to the tools and to ensure the safety of our staff they will need breaks to warm their bodies to avoid injury.

02/15/2021

Good afternoon,
Due to the increased demand on the power grid, we have been notified that some of our electric suppliers will be doing "rolling blackouts" to reduce the load on their systems. These outages could last anywhere from 30-60 minutes. Our staff will be working diligently to ensure our towers are as full as possible. At this time, we do not know at what time or for how long each of the seven pump stations and water towers will be without power or how long this will last. This will also affect the electric service at the office. If you try to call the office and don't reach a live person, please leave a message (if possible) and we will call you back as soon as we are back up and running. If you try to make a payment online and the server is down, please try back 30-60 minutes later.

You can help too by limiting your power usage. Avoid running the dishwasher, washing machine and limit activities that cause electric hot water heaters to run.
Thank you and everyone; please stay safe!

Bills are due today, BUT we have you covered so you don't have to get out in this dangerous weather!  We will be in the ...
02/15/2021
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Bills are due today, BUT we have you covered so you don't have to get out in this dangerous weather! We will be in the office and can take payments via debit/credit card or a check-by-phone (660-584-2344) or pay online https://cpwsd2ljs.epayub.com.

Stay in, stay warm, stay safe!!

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Address

1801 Walnut Street
Higginsville, MO
64037

Opening Hours

Monday 13:00 - 16:30
Monday 08:00 - 12:00
Tuesday 13:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 12:00
Wednesday 13:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 12:00
Thursday 13:00 - 16:30
Thursday 08:00 - 12:00
Friday 13:00 - 16:30
Friday 08:00 - 12:00

Telephone

+16605842344

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