Water Bills are due by 4pm on the 15th of the month.

Jackson County Rural Water District #1
P.O. Box 15
120 East 5th
Hoyt, Kansas 66440
Phone 785-986-6913
Fax 785-986-6528
jcrwd1@live.com
Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 2pm

District Manager - Greg Drinovsky

Water Operator - Charlie Hamlin

Bookkeeper - Cindy Broxterman

 To report a water leak during office hours call 785-986-6913 after hours call Charlie at 785-969-2004.

RWD #1 Board of Directors

Director               Term Ends
 Keith Kelly             2022
 Robert Hurd          2023
 Bonnie Clelland     2021
 J. L. Cleland          2021
 Ken Hamilton           2022
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Office Closed 11-23-17 and 11-24-17

In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday the office will be closed on Thursday November 23rd and Friday November 24th. Have a Happy Thanksgiving. You can put payments in the slot on the office door.
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Jackson County RWD #1 9-21-2017

Jackson County RWD #1 is NOT UNDER a boil water advisory. The boil water advisory issued on 9-21-2017 is for the City Of Mayetta and the customers it serves. JACKSON COUNTY RWD #1 IS NOT UNDER A BOIL WATER ADVISORY! If you receive your water bill from Jackson County RWD #1 the boil water advisory DOES NOT affect you.
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New Water Rates April 1, 2017

The Jackson County rural water district #1 board of directors voted on February 28, 2017 to increase the residential water rate by 3% effective April 1, 2017. On April 1, 2017 the residential water rate will go from $6.82 per thousand gallons to $7.02 per thousand gallons. If you have any questions feel free to contact the office or any of the board members.
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Message From the Manager


Jackson County Rural Water District #1 experienced a rather calm 2016. The district added another 10 customers in 2016 bringing our total to 1154 customers.
The district also continued with our long term goals of replacing our aging water lines. We replaced 2 ½ miles of older and smaller lines and added 1 ½ miles of new line within the district. Some of those lines that were replaced were installed in the 1960’s and early 1070’s. These lines were too small to...
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