Irrigation for 2023 has officially been turned off for the season
Now that the system is off, you are able to blowout your sprinklers.
When you are finished with your sprinkler blowout, remember to turn your valve clockwise to close the valve.
You will need to re-open your valve, when the 2024 irrigation season starts up again.
Emergency calls are for uncontrolled water that you are not able to stop with either your water main shut off or irrigation box valve.
If you have an emergency during regular business hours, please first call the office.
We will be able to put you in touch with the best available crew member.
Our emergency crew can be reached by text or phone and will respond as quickly as possible.
Want to get a head start on your 2024 irrigation payments?
Starting in the third week of January 2024, you will now be able to view and make irrigation payments on our website. Irrigation assessment due dates will remain the same and all physical copies of your irrigation bills will continued to be mailed on their normal schedule.
If you plan on making your payments in the form of a check, we ask that you reference "Irrigation" on the check, along with your account number.
IMPORTANT: There is no additional equipment permitted inside your irrigation service boxes. The extra space in these boxes is reserved for future metering.
If you are adding a timer to your sprinklers, it should be set up on the outside of your irrigation box.
Summit View Water Works office remains closed to the public.
Please call to schedule appointments during business hours.
Call 811 for locating utility lines to the service connection on your property. SVWW and other utilities will locate their lines to help your projects run smoothly.
SVWW is happy to locate the domestic and/or irrigation lines to your service connection. All lines beyond the service box are the responsibility of the homeowner.
1) Additional well
2) Additional Irrigation Pond to serve at peak use
3) Additional service and potential partnership with BMID and/or KID
Our current demand is adequately met within our WSP (Water System Plan). We will be prepared to meet additional demands as we reach full build-out of these phases in the coming years.
SVWW maintains five (5) water rights permits to serve our community.
SVWW monitors daily, the amount of water pumped and supplied throughout the irrigation season.