Adams County Water Department

Find Adams County Idaho water departments, districts, authorities, boards, and services. Water departments are municipal utilities that provide information on drinking water, treatment plants, sewage treatment, conservation and testing.

Name
McCall Water Department
Address
815 South Samson Trail, McCall, Idaho, 83638
Phone
208-382-5160
Distance
18.4 mi from Adams County
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Name
Ontario Water Department
Address
444 Southwest 4th Street, Ontario, Oregon, 97914
Phone
541-889-7681
Fax
541-889-7121
Distance
64.1 mi from Adams County
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Name
Fruitland Waste Water
Address
520 South Idaho Avenue, Fruitland, Idaho, 83619
Phone
208-452-3997
Distance
64.2 mi from Adams County
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Name
Baker City Water Department
Address
1655 1st Street, Baker, Oregon, 97814
Phone
541-524-2039
Fax
541-524-2049
Distance
67.5 mi from Adams County
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Name
Grangeville Water Department
Address
225 West North Street, Grangeville, Idaho, 83530
Phone
208-983-2851
Distance
74.4 mi from Adams County
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Name
Eagle Water Department
Address
188 West State Street, Eagle, Idaho, 83616
Phone
208-939-0242
Fax
208-939-0267
Distance
81.8 mi from Adams County
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Name
Oregon State Water Department
Address
Ste 6, 10507 N McAlister Rd, La Grande, Oregon, 97850
Phone
541-963-1031
Distance
83.7 mi from Adams County
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Name
Caldwell Water Department
Address
305 East Chicago Street, Caldwell, Idaho, 83605
Phone
208-455-3070
Fax
208-455-3071
Distance
84.0 mi from Adams County
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Name
La Grande City Water Billing
Address
1000 Adams Avenue, La Grande, Oregon, 97850
Phone
541-962-1313
Fax
541-962-1322
Distance
85.6 mi from Adams County
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Name
Boise Water Treatment
Address
790 N Lander St, Boise, Idaho, 83703
Phone
208-384-4262
Distance
86.1 mi from Adams County
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Name
Meridian Water Department
Address
2235 Northwest 8th Street, Meridian, Idaho, 83646
Phone
208-888-5242
Distance
86.5 mi from Adams County
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Name
Idaho State Water Department
Address
2735 West Airport Way, Boise, Idaho, 83705
Phone
208-334-2190
Distance
91.2 mi from Adams County
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Name
Oregon State Water Department
Address
116 Southeast Dorion Avenue, Pendleton, Oregon, 97801
Phone
541-278-5456
Distance
125.6 mi from Adams County
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Name
Pendleton Water Billing
Address
500 Southwest Dorion Avenue, Pendleton, Oregon, 97801
Phone
541-966-0221
Distance
125.8 mi from Adams County
See Pendleton Water Billing Location

Name
Mountain Home Water Department
Address
1150 South Main Street, Mountain Home, Idaho, 83647
Phone
208-587-2108
Distance
127.4 mi from Adams County
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Name
Moscow Water Department
Address
201 North Main Street, Moscow, Idaho, 83843
Phone
208-882-3122
Distance
131.0 mi from Adams County
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Name
Hamilton Water Department
Address
920 New York Avenue, Hamilton, Montana, 59840
Phone
406-363-6717
Distance
146.0 mi from Adams County
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Name
Missoula Water Department
Address
1610 South 3rd Street West, Missoula, Montana, 59801
Phone
406-721-4284
Distance
180.8 mi from Adams County
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Name
Idaho State Water Department
Address
650 Addison Avenue West, Twin Falls, Idaho, 83301
Phone
208-736-3033
Distance
187.5 mi from Adams County
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Name
Twin Falls Water Department
Address
207 6th Avenue West, Twin Falls, Idaho, 83301
Phone
208-736-2275
Distance
188.7 mi from Adams County
See Twin Falls Water Department Location

What is a Water Department?

A water department is a utility which provides water and sometimes sewage services in a given community. This department may also be responsible for managing and operating wastewater treatment facilities, as well as maintaining and repairing water delivery lines and other infrastructure.

This department may be an independent agency of local or state government, or it may be combined within another, larger government department such as a department of public works. In either case, a water department is responsible for providing the community with safe, reliable water for drinking, cooking, washing and other purposes. Some departments add chlorine or other chemicals to the water supply to reduce the growth of organisms or render it safer to use.