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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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Conservation Tips

There are some easy ways to save water, and they all start with you. When you save water, you save money on your utility bills. Here are just a few ways... Conservation Tips

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Putnam County Missouri Water Supply Project Update

June 17, 2021

The joint water supply project between Public Water Supply District No. 1 of Putnam County, Missouri, the City of Unionville, and Rathbun Regional Water Association (RRWA) is progressing as planned and on schedule.

The PWSD District board received an update from RRWA CEO John Glenn at the board's June board meeting.  Mr. Glenn reported that RRWA has completed construction of the water supply line in Iowa to the Missouri line.  Construction of the new water tower on Reservoir Trail near Lake Thunderhead has begun with the completion of the tower's concrete foundation.  The new water tower will be erected and painted by spring 2022.  Waterline construction in Missouri is scheduled for...

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Break Out the Sunscreen! Summer Has Arrived!

Break Out the Sunscreen! Summer Has Arrived!

June 01, 2021

Ladies and Gentlemen! The month of June officially marks the official start of Summer in the Northern Hemisphere!

It is officially time to break out those kiddy pools, throw those freezie pops in the freezer, and put on that sunscreen. Our recent months of lockdown have made the 2021 Summer that much sweeter, and, be assured, Summer 2021 is going to be sizzling!

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