The Warren Water District is a non-profit governmental entity established under Code 357A State of Iowa.  The District is governed by a nine member Board of Directors, elected from the District Membership.

Construction started in 1987 and the District’s first phase became operational on March 11th, 1988, serving 800 customers and laying 154 miles of pipeline.  All construction phases were completed in 2004.  After years of hard work, we serve 7480 customers, have almost 1,200 miles of pipe, and pump on an average 1,700,000 gallons of water a day.

The District is proud to be serving rural families, farms, businesses, and communities of Warren County, Madison County, southern Dallas County and a portion of Polk County.    This area includes the Cities of Martensdale, Milo, St. Charles, St. Marys, New Virginia, Truro, Bevington, Patterson, Ackworth, Earlham and Peru.  The District also provides water to Xenia Rural Water District, Lake Ahquabi State Park, Southeast Warren Schools, River Oaks Water Co., Hartford Mobile Home Park, and Camp Wesley Woods.  Water is purchased for delivery from Des Moines Water Works and pumped by 9 large booster stations to 7 water towers.

The District also developed and constructed and presently maintains Wastewater Systems in the cities of Bevington and Peru.

Map of the Water Service Area

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EyeOnWater – Track Your Water Usage

The District is in the process of upgrading our meter reading system that will allow us and the customer to view hourly usage from the water meter.  This data can be useful to detect a possible leak or just keep an eye on your water usage.

If you have been notified that you have a new cell read meter you can click on the link https://eyeonwater.com/signup to go to the EyeOnWater customer portal where you can set up an account to track your water usage and set up leak alerts.  (When water is running consecutively for 24 hours it is considered a leak.)  You will need your account number and zip code to get started.

If you would like to get the new system before we are in your area, please call our office at 515-962-1200.  There will be a one-time $50.00 service charge to upgrade.

The District does not have access to passwords or the ability to retrieve lost passwords.

The District is also not liable for managing or tracking your water use.