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
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.
water rates
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
Recycle Waste Bins
Spokane-Kootenai Waste 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
Annual Leaf Pickup
26th Annual Leaf Pickup
The 26th annual leaf and beach cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, November 10, 2018, 8:00 am to dusk. The City of Liberty Lake is
Shoreline Rules
Shoreline Rules
This brief overview of rules applies to activities within Spokane County shore- line setbacks around Liberty Lake. These setbacks range from 100-200’, depending on the
Sewer Rates and Fees by County
Sewer and Water Rates
The Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District is a Special Purpose District owned by our rate payers. We rely solely upon utility rates to
Water Hardness
Water Hardness
We often get calls about the hardness of our water. The simple definition of water hardness is the amount of dissolved calcium and magnesium
Water Meter
Your Water Meter
With hundreds to read daily, our meter readers must be able to quickly access your water meter. This ensures accurate and timely readings so
Excavator Working On Construction
Eastside Water System Improvement Project Construction
LLSWD is currently installing larger water mains and improved connectivity and valving in the former East Side Liberty Lake Improvement Club (Eastside) water system
Water Reclamation Facility Chief Operator Dan Grogg, Facility Operators Darrell Gamble and Greg Sattler, and Wastewater Collection System Operators Mike West, Derek Nesbitt, and Cody Riggs
Liberty Lake Water Reclamation Facility Receives Statewide Award
The Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District’s Water Reclamation Facility has received the Washington State Department of Ecology’s Outstanding Wastewater Treatment Plant award for
Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District receives EPA’s WATERS Award
The EPA Region 10 WATERS award program seeks to recognize exceptional DWSRF projects, nominated by state DWSRF staff, that help borrowers maintain, or return