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Our Mission

PWSD 1 of Putnam County was formed on October 5, 1976.  We are committed to providing safe, clean water to our rural customers while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.  We currently supply water to over 2000 customers in Putnam County.

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*P.W.S.D. No. 1 Water Bond Information*

February 25, 2021

PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY DISTRICT NO.1 OF PUTNAM COUNTY, MISSOURI

Bond Election  ◊  April 6, 2021

Questions and Answers regarding Proposed Waterworks System Improvements

-Water Bond Information-

OVERVIEW:

To improve the quality of life for local residents and to assure the continued supply of safe and adequate water to the district customers, the Public Water Supply District No. 1 of Putnam County, Missouri is planning improvements to its water supply and distribution system.  The District is seeking outside financial assistance through loans and possibly grants.  Passage of the proposed water bond supports the sale of the bonds.

WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIC PROBLEMS?

The District currently...

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Water - It's There When You Need It!

Water - It's There When You Need It!

May 01, 2021

There When You Need It : What Water Does For You! 

Cheers and Raise Your Water Glass! Yes, it is time to turn on that tap and fill up that water jug as we celebrate Drinking Water Week 2021

Every year, during the first week of May, Water professionals across North America celebrate Water and all it provides to our communities and lives. This year’s theme is There When You Need It.

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