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OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE LOBBY IS NOW OPEN
LOBBY HOURS ARE: 8:30 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
PAYING YOUR BILL:
We encourage customers to pay online to keep our customers and staff safe. Payments can be made through our ‘Bill Pay’ link above. The bill pay site accepts credit and/or debit cards. If you don’t have an online account, you can use the ‘quick pay’ option and input your account number. If the online option is not available to you, The District has a drop box located at the northwest corner of the building or a payment slot just to the south of the front door, for checks or money orders. If you need to pay by cash, please call our office to discuss options.
For all in-home services, non-emergency requests, please contact our office by phone or email, during our normal business hours. (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday).
719-392-3475 or email@example.com
Construction activities continue on the Water Mitigation Facility and approximately five miles of pipelines under the United States Air Force’s response action to historic groundwater contamination. Security expects to be receiving water from this facility in early 2021. Much of the current activity is occurring on Highway 85/87 and on Bradley Road. Please click on the link for the most recent road-closure traffic plans provided to us by the contractor who is performing the work.
The Security Water District Board of Directors has approved an outdoor watering plan that includes progressive stages of watering restrictions. These outdoor watering restrictions will only be implemented when necessary to meet unusually high demand or when supplies are curtailed during drought or system emergencies.
We hope all our customers are staying healthy. Our team is working 24/7 to keep delivering the services you need! Please be assured your water is safe from COVID-19. We now have a dedicated section on our website to keep you informed.
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How much is 2 million gallons of water? It’s the amount of water in 3 Olympic swimming pools. It’s also nearly the amount our new treatment plant will be able to process after 2 years of construction improvements. securitywsd.com/wastewater-plant/ ...