DANR RECOGNIZES RANDALL COMMUNITY WATER DISTRICT FOR DRINKING WATER
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 28, 2023
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Mark Mayer, (605) 773-3754
PIERRE - Today the South Dakota Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources (DANR) announced that the Randall Community Water District public water system and the system's certified operators have been awarded a Drinking Water Certificate of Achievement Award. The award is for outstanding water system operations and environmental compliance with state drinking water standards for the past year.
"Access to safe and reliable water sources is essential to keeping our families safe and our economy growing," said DANR Secretary Hunter Roberts. "This award is a testament to the hard work and dedication of South Dakota's drinking water system operators and
their efforts to ensure their customers have access to clean drinking water."
To qualify for the Drinking Water Certification of Achievement Award, public water systems and their system operations specialists had to meet all of the compliance monitoring and reporting
requirements, drinking water standards, and certification requirements for 2022.
TERRY KOUPAL HONORED
The South Dakota Water and Wastewater Association recently presented Terry Koupal with the Price-Rees Award for 20 years of local service in the water and wastewater works field.
Congrats Terry- what an accomplishment!
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2023 Rate Increase
Randall Community Water District Users,
At the regular meeting of Board of Directors on October 12th the board adopted the 2023 rate schedule increase for all users. The rate increase will go into effect on January 1st , 2023. RCWD’s commodity charge for all users will increase from $2.60 to $2.90.
See below for minimum rate schedule:
¾” Meter $40
1” Meter $67
1 ½” Meter $133
2” Meter $213
City of Ravinia $40 + $55 sewer
City of Geddes $67 + $25 sewer
Permanent Campgrounds Meter size + $2 per camping pad
Bulk/Cities $2 increase per GPM
**The late payment fee will increase from $15 to $30.
If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to contact us.