Stage I

Stage I Watering Restrictions

Sioux Falls is currently in Stage I of the lawn watering program. Consumers are able to water lawns every other day based on the property address. An address ending with an odd number will water on odd numbered calendar days and even numbered address will water lawns on even numbered calendar days.

Lawn watering is not allowed between the hours of noon and 5pm.


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Lawn Watering Program

Lawn Watering Program

On May 10th, we launched the revised lawn watering program. This three stage program will take into account the water purchased from the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System. It will also use the daily demand for water to determine how and when we change stages of conservation. Please check the link for further details.
Lawn Watering Schedules Summary
Hydrant Map

Hydrant Flushing Map

Stay up-to-date on current progress of hydrant flushing in the City of Sioux Falls by checking out this interactive map.  More information in Division Resources below.
2014 Spring Hydrant Flushing Program
Hydrant Flushing Map
Plant Tours

Water Plant Tours

The Water Purification Plant gives tours to interested customers and groups.  If you would like to take a tour of the Water Plant, please click on the link below and fill out the form.  Someone from the Water Division will contact you within 3 working days to confirm the tour date and time.


Water Plant Tours
Meter

The Trident T-10 Water Meter Determines if Water is Wasted

Did you know; the Trident T-10 water meter located in your home or business can help determine if water is being wasted due to leaks.
Determine if Water is Being Wasted
Pressure

Water Pressure

If you are interested in finding out the water pressure supplied by the water main in front of your home or neighborhood please use the link below to discover that information.


Water Pressure Map (SIMS)
 

Billing Questions?

Do you need to pay your water bill? Do you have a question regarding your account? Do you need to start or stop water service to your home or business? Please contact Utility Billing at 605-367-8131 or go to Utility Billing.

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Mission Statement

To provide water of high quality and in such quantities to meet the needs and demands of our customers


Division Summary

The division manages the drinking water supply for the City of Sioux Falls from the source to the tap.

A team of 58 highly skilled and dedicated members ensure that safe clean water is delivered to each user 24 hours per day and 7 days per week. The water division manages the raw water supply; the Water Purification Plant which includes laboratory monitoring and regulatory compliance; water metering; and all water maintenance activities.

The Water Purification Plant is a lime softening facility originally constructed in 1956 and designed to treat up to 24 million gallons per day. Since then, several large construction projects have increased the capacity to treat and deliver up to 75 million gallons per day.

The local water supply includes ground water from the Big Sioux and Middle Skunk Creek Aquifers and surface water from the Big Sioux River. This includes 55 ground water wells and 1 surface water pump station.

The division operates and maintains an extensive water distribution and metering system to ensure safe and efficient delivery of water to each consumer while providing water for emergency services. These systems consist of over 950 miles of water mains, 19,000 valves, 7,000 fire hydrants and nearly 49,000 water meters. The division also maintains 4 elevated water storage tanks, 5 aboveground and underground storage tanks.

Revenues from water utility bills are needed to support the ongoing operation, maintenance and new construction of the division facilities. This revenue is also needed for debt service payments which include SRF funding and bond payments used to pay for the Lewis & Clark water supply.

The City of Sioux Falls is one of twenty members of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System. This Large scale multi-state project when completed will supply up to 27 million gallons of water per day to the City of Sioux Falls which will sustain future growth for the next generation and beyond.

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