PWSD #3 Office

Payments and Billing



The current monthly billing is due on the 20th of each month. If the 20th falls on Saturday or Sunday, customers can still pay the net amount of the bill on Monday. In the case of Monday being a holiday, the net amount will still be accepted on Tuesday. Payments that are mailed must be postmarked by the 20th also.


Any past due amount not paid by the 2nd Tuesday of the following month is considered delinquent and is subject to cut-off. If water service is cut-off, the entire amount due plus a trip charge and reconnect fee will be required to be paid before water service will be restored.

Any services disconnected must be paid by 3 p.m. if service is to be reconnected that day.


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PWSD #3 Office

Water Service Information


Following are answers to questions that are frequently asked of our staff, and problems that are commonly encountered by our customers.


PWSD #3 Office

Sewer Service Project


Public Water Supply District #3 amended its Articles of Incorporation in 1998, under the provisions of Section 247 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri to create a common sewer district and treatment facilities as another function in the service to its customers.

As stated in the Petition For Amended Decree Of Incorporation, "a common sewer district and treatment facilities are necessary because residents within Public Water Supply District No. 3 of Laclede County, Missouri, are without a common sewer district and treatment facilities and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources has increased restrictions on individual septic systems. Residents need a method of handling waste water at a reasonable cost that complies with Missouri Department of Natural Resources regulations."

The boundaries for the sewer district were set as the same boundaries established by the water district.

For the past several years, the District's Board members and staff have worked diligently to procure the necessary funding through loans and grants from various agencies -- USDA Rural Development, Community Development Block Grant and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

As of 2006, the sewer project, Phase I, had received obligated loans in the amount of $2,074,000 and grants in the amount of $2,910,000 plus contributions from the District in the amount of $190,244 making total funding for this project $5,174,244.

The project was bid out and contracts signed in December of 2006 with construction to begin on the treatment facility in January 2007 and the construction of the lines in February 2007.

We appreciate everyone's patience in this project and would like to say "Thanks" to all parties involved that have helped the District get this project progressing further into reality for the betterment of our community. 


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Laclede County Public Water Supply District #3



Our History

Public Water Supply District #3 was officially formed on January 2, 1968 following a special election held on December 30, 1967 with a total of 95 people voting in the election to form the water district in accordance with Chapter 247 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri.

On October 16, 1970 a ground breaking ceremony was held to start the construction of 2 wells and 70 miles of pipe which resulted in being able to provide the connection of 411 customers for water service.  Funding for the initial construction was provided by an FHA loan in the amount of $464,500 and a grant of $54,000.

The original Board members for the District were President Hugh V. Corry, and board members Junior Kelso, Clayton Hill, Francis Massey and Bert Jones.

Over the past 40 years through the aid of loans, grants and bond refinancing, the District has grown and now consists of 8 wells, 10 storage tanks and 2 booster pumping stations.  The District now serves approximately 2500 customers.

In January of 2007, construction of a sewer system in the Hickory Hills and East 32 Highway area, referred to as Phase I, began with loans and grants from various agencies (see the "Sewer" heading for more information on this project.