Articles & Information
October 30, 2020Watermain Flushing Program
Lake Meridian Water District will begin a system wide watermain flush and valve exercise program on Monday, November 2nd. Notification signs will be posted along with customer doorhangers at least 24 hours prior to working in an area. If you experience discolored water, run a faucet (cold water only) for 3-5 minutes. If the discolored water does not clear, please call the District office at 253-631-3770.
District crews will be flushing the water system North of 260th over the next couple months. Thank you in advance for your patience.
Miscellaneous Customer Service Information
July 30, 2020COVID-19 Payment Plan
At this time, the District is not charging late fees nor shut off fees as a result of the Governor’s Proclamation #20-23, but this will be subject to change in the future.
We understand that customers may fall behind on bills, due to complications arising from the COVID-19 Pandemic. If you are, or have been, affected by the pandemic, we are available to work with you to set-up payment arrangements to prevent unpaid balances from getting out of control.
If you are interested in setting up a Payment Plan to pay off your past due charges, please see COVID-19 Customer Payment Plan which details the criteria and terms of the COVID-19 Pandemic Customer Payment Plan.
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Eligible customers may apply by emailing: email@example.com or by calling one of our water customer service representatives at (253) 631-3770 during business hours. If at any time you have questions, please contact the District.
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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.