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 September 2021, FWD has over 3,100 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

 

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Water Account Access (Web Portal) and Bill Payment Options

Access Your Water Account         WEB PORTAL

Please note when you sign up for "web access" you will no longer receive a paper bill. You have two options for a printed water billing; first, you can simply print your bill out for your records from the "web access", or secondly, if you wish to still have your water bill mailed, you will need to contact the office to have this completed.

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

Fosterburg Water District regular scheduled business meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month beginning at 7:30 pm at the District office located at 3216 Main St. in Fosterburg.

2021 CCR is now available to review.

Click here to review

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 40-2021

 

Annual Flushing of Distribution

Beginning Sept. 15 through October 30 of 2022, FWD will be conducting its annual flushing of its

distribution. At times you may experience low water pressure and or discolored water.

No boil orders will be required during the flushing period.  This is completed yearly as to maintain water quality within the distribution.  FWD appriceates your patiencs during this routine maintenance work.

 

 

It's September...Time To Prepare For the Unexpected

It's September...Time To Prepare For the Unexpected

September 01, 2022

Disasters Don't Wait. Make Your Plan Today ~ Ready.gov

If we have learned anything in the last 2 years, it is that we all must be prepared for the unexpected.

September is National Preparedness Month, and there is no better time to re-prep your Preparedness Kits for the changing of seasons.

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