Welcome to the Official Website of Fosterburg Water District

Our Mission

At Fosterburg Water District, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

As of July 2023, FWD has over 3,150 active customers

300+ miles of water main ranging from 2 inches to 12 inches in size

4 elevated water towers with 1.6 Million gallons in capacity

2 above ground storage tanks with 1.0 Million gallon capacity

2 pump houses rated at 1,300 gallons per minute each

1 booster station rated at 200 gallons per minute

Illinois American Water Files for Another Rate Increase with the Illinois Commerce Commission.

On Janaury 25, 2024 IAW filed for another rate increase, it is being proposed and if approved by the ICC will take effect in 2025 with a 38.9% increase then again in 2026 for another 3.5% increase will be assessed to all customers of IAW. (FWD falls under "Central Water").

The process (rate case) will take 11 months before the ICC will give a "Final Order". At this time the ICC has not assigned an "e-docket number" in reference to the "rate Case". FWD will review what increase will be required once offical notice has been given with the actual increase being allowed by the ICC. You may lookup the actual case on the ICC website, the docket number is 24-0097. This number enter into ICC database will take you to the rate case with the ICC.

3-7-2024

 

 

 

 

NEW WATER SOURCE COMING SOON TO YOUR FAUCET

Fosterburg Water District (FWD) has been working in background since 2006 when intial discussions were held in securing an alternate water source. 

For more information about FWD required distribution modifications click here.

FWD has joined resources with 6 other communities to secure an alternate viable water source for their communities. The new water source will be ground water out of the Illinois Alluvial Aquifer.  This underground water source is located just South of the intersection of State route 16 and State Route 100 or North of Nutwood.   

The group came together to form a “Not-For-Profit” Corporation with an official business title known as Illinois Alluvial Regional Water Company. The communities working together are: Village of Fieldon, Jersey County Water Company, Village of Dorchester, City of Bunker Hill, City of Carlinville, Central Macoupin County Water District and Fosterburg Water District. 

WEB PORTAL

Access Your Water Account         WEB PORTAL

Please note when you sign up for "web access"  you will have the option to "green". If you havent chosen to go "green" there will be a green leaf with the text stating "go paperless" when you slect this option your bill water bill will no longer be mailed out to you. However, you can still print your own bill from the portal for your records.

One of the main purpose behind the "web access" was to help eliminate the lack of postal issuses in our customers not receiving the water billing. ...click here to learn more....

Click here for Information on Late Fees & Disconnect Fees

Monthly Business Meeting Date,Time, and Location

osterburg Water District regular scheduled business meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month beginning at 7:00 pm at the District office located at 3216 Main St. in Fosterburg.

2022 CCR is now available to review.

Click here to review

 

New Rate Increase to begin in January of 2024

 

""  New Billing Processes for FWD Customers ""

 

Change of Billing Address begining 9/23

Due to ongoing post office issues with the water payments being returned from the Alton Post Office.

FWD has taken steps to secure a P.O. Box in Dorsey IL. as to try to elminate the U.S. postal errors the postal staff are having in Alton.

Note the new billing address 

Fosterburg Water
P.O. Box 7
Dorsey, IL 62021

 

Click here for information about Lead Service line regulations

Click here for IEPA Test Results for PFAS of Illinois American Water- Alton

Click Here for information about Ordinance 038-2023

 

 

 

June is National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month

June 01, 2024

As June arrives and the sun shines brightly overhead, many of us eagerly embrace the great outdoors to soak up the warmth and beauty of summertime. However, it's important to remember that outdoor adventures come with their own set of safety considerations.

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