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.
The 2021 irrigation season runs through mid to late October; depending on weather.
-This off-season Summit View Water Works (SVWW) has undertaken to provide irrigation service upgrades. An upgrade to the irrigation pond located on Grandview Lane included an upsize to the pipeline feeding the pump station. This will allow for additional flow from the pond during peak hours of irrigation. SVWW combined this opportunity to re-size the pond allowing for additional water to be stored for use during peak hours.
-As our development continues to grow, we will continue to improve upon our system to meet demands. We are evaluating an additional irrigation pond for when the need arrives.
-Peak watering time continues to be between 4AM and 10AM each day. We understand this is how we have been instructed to irrigate our landscaping. However, we encourage customers to consider irrigating outside of these times, thus spreading the demand across other hours of the day.
SVWW has a voluntary water schedule noted on an additional tab on our website. Again, we appreciate those who use this schedule. (The schedule is designed to have one-half of customers irrigate each day.)
We encourage customers to use rain/temperature sensors, attached to your smart sprinkler controllers. These systems adjust automatically to outdoor weather conditions and aid greatly in water conservation efforts. (Details about these systems are found on YouTube.)
The Washington Governor's proclamation 20-23.2 has been extended through July 2021.
Call 811 for locating utility lines to 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.
SVWW is planning as well!
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.