Welcome to the Snake River Water District

For nearly 40 years, the Snake River Water District has worked to reliably provide clean, quality drinking water and fire protection to the Keystone valley 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The District manages, operates, and maintains 8 wells, 2 water treatment plants, 4 storage tanks, 1 pump station, and approximately 30 miles of distribution pipe that provide drinking water and fire protection to thousands of residents, businesses, and visitors each year.


Latest News

Population growth, changing regulations, and aging infrastructure are continual challenges for providing drinking water to our region. The District is committed to being proactive to address these issues and provide reliable, uninterrupted service to our customers. 
As the EPA’s report indicates, PFAS have been detected in the Snake River Water District’s water supply. It is important to understand there is not an immediate public health risk related to drinking tap water from Snake River Water District. These chemicals are not currently regulated by the EPA, but some are included in proposed regulations along with the potential for others in the future.

Press Releases

The 2024 approved budget for the Snake River Water District was sent to the Board of Directors on October 13, 2023 for consideration. The Board will meet on November 14, 2023 to discuss, revise, and approve the 2024 budget. For more information please contact Scott Price, Executive Director.
Beginning January 1, 2024, the water rates will increase by 12% across the board. This was approved by the board of directors as part of the funding for the Snake River Water District's ten-year master plan of capital improvements. Tap fees will increase to $12,000 per EQR.

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