Water Use Efficiency – Goal Setting 2021-2027
As a WA State public water provider, LLSWD is required to define goals that reduce water waste/loss on our distribution system, as well as
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Please Reduce Irrigation and Conserve Water
With record breaking heat and the recent WA State Drought Emergency Declaration, the District would like to request customers to conserve water as much
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Waterlines to be replaced from 1st and Clubhouse to Overlook and Sprague
Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District has awarded a contract to LaRiviere Inc. to replace 4,400’ of waterline within the former Eastside Liberty Lake
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Spring Backflow Assembly Testing
Spring Backflow Assembly Testing PSA from Idaho Washington Aquifer Collaborative (IWAC)
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Save Water with Sprayhead Retrofit
Sprayhead Retrofit PSA from Idaho Washington Aquifer Collaborative (IWAC)
Backflow Prevention
Backflow Assembly Testing requirements in Liberty Lake
Once water enters your sprinkler system it is no longer potable (drinking) water as it can become contaminated with pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers and animal
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Automatic Meter Reading (AMR)
The District is implementing Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) water meters as part of its meter replacement program. Automatic meter reading, or AMR, is the
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What’s in your Drinking Water?
Do you know the source of your drinking water? It’s the Spokane Valley-Rathdrum Prairie (SVRP) Aquifer stretching from Lake Pend Oreille in North Idaho
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Pharmaceuticals in Wastewater
Due to new assessment techniques, pharmaceuticals are now being detected in water and wastewater by scientists worldwide. There are over 20,000 prescription drug products
Recycle Waste Bins
Got Waste? Want to Recycle? Put it in the right place! – Spokane/Kootenai Waste and Recycle Directory
Not sure what to do with old household items, waste products or business materials? Are they recyclable? How about reusable? Or do the items
Shoreline Rules
Shoreline and Watershed Development
This brief overview of rules applies to activities within Spokane County shoreline setbacks around Liberty Lake. These also apply with minor differences to
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Aquatic Invasive Species – and YOU!
Did you know that Liberty Lake is home to a few different aquatic invasive species? LLSWD is aware of three; two are plants, and
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Fire Hydrant Backflow Protection
Fire Hydrant Backflow Protection from Spokane Aquifer Joint Board on KSPS Public TV
Annual Leaf Pickup
Leaf and Beach Pickup 2020
Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District’s annual leaf and beach pickup is revised for 2020 due to COVID-19. Please read on. The District and our
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Backflow Education Video
Backflow PSA produced by Idaho Washington Aquifer Collaborative (IWAC)
Why is Backflow prevention important?
Fall Sprinkler Blowout and Cross-Connection Control
This article provides information for fall sprinkler blowout activities and cross-connection control (a.k.a. backflow). Irrigation systems are exposed to contaminants such as pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers
Muddy Boots Award 2019-2020
Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District receives outstanding water, wastewater and staff awards
2020 Best Tasting Water Award Every year the Inland Empire subsection of the American Water Works Association holds a competition for the utility’s best tasting
Treatment Areas 2020
Aquatic Invasive Plant – Annual Herbicide Treatment – Tuesday, August 18th, 2020
UPDATE 8/18 @ 4:45p: Everyone, we completed the herbicide treatment as planned without any problems. We appreciate the cooperation of all in avoiding use
Algae Present in Liberty Lake – Stay Alert
Liberty Lake Residents and Users: For the past few weeks, there has been a minor algae bloom occuring in the lake. Over the past few
Hand holding Proclamation 20-23
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Utility Bill Hardship
On May 31, Gov. Inslee extended the moratorium on service disconnects and late fees through July 28 for all energy, landline telephone, and water
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Refresh Your Water
  Educational video is courtesy of the City of Spokane. For questions about our water please contact Liberty Lake Sewer and Water at 509-922-5443.
Coronavirus
Reopening Reminder: Building Water Supply Health
As businesses prepare to reopen as restrictions are eased, building owners and tenants need to pay special attention to their water supply. What happens
Backflow Prevention
LLSWD Requiring Backflow Testing
Customers of the Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District will be required to annually hire a Washington State-certifed Backflow Assembly Tester to verify all
LLSWD Homepage
Newsletter and Email Distribution List
Check out our new website at https://libertylake.org/. The newly redesigned web-site allows the District to connect with our customers in a number of ways.
Coronavirus
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
As a provider of Essential Public Services, we are dedicated to maintaining the high level of service our customers expect and deserve. Internally we
Cross Connection Control
Cross Connection Control Program
A cross-connection is defined as any actual or potential physical connection between the public water system and any source that could contaminate the public
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What to Flush and Not to Flush
  As a reminder, we do not allow the dis-posal of anything other than water and the “3 P’s” into
2020 Waterline Replacement Projects Maps
2020 Waterline Replacement Projects
The Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District is planning two water system replacement projects for the 2020 construction season (see project location maps below).
Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District
Public Water and Sewer Systems are Safe and Reliable
Washington Association of  Sewer & Water Districts (WASWD) has issued a press release; reminding everyone that, "Water and sewer districts throughout the state are
Coronavirus
COVID-19 – Your Water and Sewer
Water During this global Pandemic, the District would like to provide the following information about the continued safety of your drinking water. The COVID-19 virus has
Coronavirus
COVID-19 Update – March 16th, 2020
As a provider of Essential Public Services, we are dedicated to maintaining the high level of service our customers expect and deserve. Because of
Coronavirus
COVID-19 Update
We are monitoring developments regarding COVID-19 to take precautions to minimize risk and keep our customers and staff safe. The District is following Washington
ALERT Spokane
ALERT Spokane
The LLSWD is using ALERT Spokane to notify our customers in the event of an emergency. ALERT Spokane (a.k.a. Reverse 911) is the program
Letter Cover Boil Order
Boil Water Advisory Follow-up Letter
The District wrote a letter that outlines the boil water advisory event. The letter has been distributed to all of the LLSWD customers. A
Cross Connection Control
Cross Connection Control
A Cross Connection is a connection from the water distribution system to a point of use where an elevated risk of water contamination exists.
Annual Leaf Pickup
27th Annual Leaf Pickup
The 27th annual leaf and beach cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, November 9, 2019, 8:00 am to dusk. The City of Liberty Lake is
Fire Hydrant
Fire Hydrants
There are approximately 650 fire hydrants in the District. Fire hydrant requirements are determined by the International Fire Code (IFC). Hydrants shall be located
Sprinkler Blowout
Sprinkler Blow Outs
Once water enters your irrigation system it can become contaminated with lawn chemicals and bacteria. Your irrigation system is required to have adequate backflow
Pools
Pools
Did you know it is unlawful for any person to drain, run or otherwise discharge or connect unauthorized water and/or non- stormwater discharges (termed
Water Meter
District Water Meters
The District owns your water meter and reads them 4 times per year. Base rate is billed monthly and
Water Reclamation Facility Open House
Water Reclamation Facility Open House
With the recent completion of the Water Reclamation Facility Phase II Upgrade, the District is inviting the Liberty Lake community to join us in
Water Conservation
Model Efficient Irrigation and Landscape Design Standards
The District’s drinking water source is drawn from the Spokane Valley-Rathdrum Prairie (SVRP) Aquifer, a sole source aquifer that stretches from Lake Pend Oreille
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What to flush and not to flush
National Association of Clean Water Agencies’ Toilets Are Not Trash cans campaign is focused on protecting the pipes, pumps, water reclamation facilities, and personnel
Waterline Replacement Project Map - May 2019
South Liberty Drive Waterline Replacement Project
The Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District is planning replacement of 3,180 feet of 1960’s deteriorated water main in South Liberty Drive between the
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Recycle Hazardous Wastes
Hazardous wastes should not be flushed down the toilet. The District’s treatment plant is a biological process and does not remove some hazardous chemicals.
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2019 Rates
The Board of Commissioners of Liberty Lake Sewer & Water District has the legal authority, as established by Washington State law, to determine fees
Liberty Lake Algae Bloom Research
Liberty Lake Algae Bloom
The District previously wrote three articles for the Liberty Lake Splash and the District’s biannual newsletter discussing the algae conditions in Liberty Lake observed
Water Conservation
Water Conservation
The District encourages our customers not to waste water and conserve wherever possible. Water rates at Liberty Lake are based on 240 gallons per