Sardis Reservoir
2107 7th St SE
Puyallup, WA 98372
253-445-3302 office
253-590-0879 Fax
Contact via E-mail
Open 7:00am - 5:30pm Monday - Thursday :: Closed Fridays

Water System Security

The integrity and protection of your water system is a constant priority at your water district. The district receives consistent updates regarding recommended Homeland Security measures and follows the tight guidelines suggested. Your help is essential and appreciated. Please keep a watchful eye on water system stations and equipment in your neighborhood. Report any suspicious activity to the District immediately.

Repair Leaky Faucets

Don't ignore leaks in your sink and bathtub faucets. Dripping faucets can usually be repaired by replacing the rubber “O-ring” or washer inside the valve. To measure and estimate the amount of water wasted due to a leak visit us now.

 

WaterWiser Drip Calculator

Check for Leaky Toilets

The most common source of leaks is the toilet. Check toilets for leaks by placing a few drops of food coloring in the tank. If after 15 minutes the dye shows up in the bowl, you have a bad flapper. To learn about the care and repair of toilets, attend a class.

Toiletology 101

Legislative Water Issues

In 2003, the Municipal Water Supply Efficiency Requirements Act was passed. This new law has directed the Department of Health to develop a water conservation rule for Washington State. In response to this, Pierce County has appointed local water purveyors to a Conservation Rule Adivsory Subcommittee. These people will form the front-line voice, providing feedback and advice throughout the development process towards reasonable conservation rules.

Recent District News

Water System Security 01/01/2022
The integrity and protection of your water system is a constant priority at your water district. The district receives consistent updates regarding recommended Homeland Security measures and follows
Repair Leaky Faucets 01/01/2021
Don't ignore leaks in your sink and bathtub faucets. Dripping faucets can usually be repaired by replacing the rubber “O-ring” or washer inside the valve. To measure and estimate the
Check for Leaky Toilets 01/01/2020
The most common source of leaks is the toilet. Check toilets for leaks by placing a few drops of food coloring in the tank. If after 15 minutes the dye shows up in the bowl, you have a bad flapper. To
Legislative Water Issues 01/08/2015
In 2003, the Municipal Water Supply Efficiency Requirements Act was passed. This new law has directed the Department of Health to develop a water conservation rule for Washington State. In response to
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