Preparing your Water Pipes for Winter
• A trickle of hot and cold water might be all it takes to keep your pipes from freezing. Let warm water drip overnight, preferably from a faucet on an outside wall.
• Set the thermostat in your house no lower than 55°F (12°C).
• You may be able to thaw a frozen pipe with the warm air from a hair dryer. Start by warming the pipe as close to the faucet as possible, working toward the coldest section of pipe.
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY
DISTRICT NO. 3
of Johnson County
106 SE 421 Rd Warrensburg, MO 64093
Public Water Supply District No. 3 of Johnson County is a public water utility located in Warrensburg, Missouri. We provide public drinking water to residents in the rural area surrounding Warrensburg, Knob Noster, Leeton, and Windsor. Our service area includes the portion of Johnson County that is south of State Highway 50, west of Pettis County, east of State Highway 13 and north of Henry County. PWSD No. 3 also services a small portion of northeast Henry County and approximately 2 to 4 miles east of the Johnson County and Pettis County line.
In emergency situations it is essential for PWSD No. 3 to have current contact information.
Customers who wish to have the water service disconnected must fill out the Out-processing form found on the services page. Individuals wishing to establish water service with PWSD No. 3 must complete the New Customer Packet found on the services page.
PWSD No. 3 Assist UCM Police Academy
Public Water Supply District No. 3 recently had the pleasure of assisting the UCM Police Academy with a training exercise. A mock simulation about suspicious activity at the PWSD No. 3 water tower was designed to put into practice what the cadets have learned, see how they apply it, and react to a situation outside of the classroom. From this training exercise PWSD No. 3 was able to learn possible steps we could take to try to prevent a real water contamination situation.
On January 19, 2021 our Board of Directors voted for a 2% rate increase. The minimum charge of $20.00 will not be effected. There will be a 16¢ increase for each additional 1,000 gallons.
The 2021 rate structure will take effect on February 20, 2021 and reflect on the April billing statement.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider