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March 19, 2020Effective Immediately, District Office will be CLOSED to the Public
Lake Meridian Water District’s regular business hours are 8am to 4:30pm,
Monday through Friday, closed for lunch from 12 noon to 12:30pm.
To minimize the effects of the Covid-19 Coronavirus
our office is now closed to the public.
Field and office personnel will be available via phone and e-mail during regular business hours; and will continue to maintain operations as seamlessly as possible.
There will be no late charges and no water shut offs during this time.
If you wish to report an emergency after hours, please call: 253-859-6870
and you will reach an operator, who will contact our emergency on-call personnel.
If you wish to pay your bill by phone, please call 253-218-1659.
If you wish to pay your bill online, please go to: www.lakemeridianwater.com
& click on, the green “Pay now” button, and follow the prompts.
If you wish to drop off a payment, you may use the after-hours drop slot.
If you wish to speak to someone in our office during regular business hours,
please call 253-631-3770. Thank you.
February 21, 2020Job Opening - Water Service Technician III
*see "About Us" - "Employment" for more information. Position will be open until filled.
March 16, 2020Seattle & King County Public Health Local Health Officer Order
Pursuant to Seattle & King County Public Health Local Health Officer Order, dated March 11, 2020, and signed by Dr. Jeff Duchin -- Local Health Officer Order -- older adults and individuals with underlying medical conditions that are at increased risk of serious COVID-19 are encouraged not to attend District Commissioner Meetings in person. If such a person would like to attend a District Commissioner Meeting remotely, please contact the District’s main office at 253-631-3770, and the District will attempt to coordinate remote access to the District Commissioner Meeting.
While older adults and individuals with underlying medical conditions that are at increased risk of serious COVID-19 are encouraged not to attend District Commissioner Meetings in person, they are in no way prohibited from attending.
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December 27, 2005About the District
Water District #111 is a special purpose district, operating under Title 57 of the Revised Codes of Washington, (RCW).
We were originally formed in the early 1960s to bring water service to the Lake Meridian area. The District's current service area covers approximately 4,000 acres around Lake Meridian in Kent, Washington.
We are bordered by the City of Kent to the west; Soos Creek Water & Sewer to the north; Covington Water District to the east; and City of Auburn to the south.
The District has a three member Board of Commissioners elected to staggering six-year terms of office.
The Board meets twice per month at the District office. If you are interested in attending, please advise. The day to day operations are the responsibility of the General Manager and 8 full time employees.