Saint Paul Regional Water Services
Saint Paul Regional Water Services supplies reliable, quality water and services at a reasonable cost to the city of Saint Paul and neighboring communities.
Find out where your water comes from and how we treat it.
Highland Park Water Tower Open House July 21 - 22
Come, get a birds-eye view of Saint Paul and the surrounding area from the deck of the historic Highland Park water tower.
The tower doors will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, July 21 - 22.
Located at the intersection of Snelling Ave. and Ford Parkway.
Water Utility Main Replacement Projects 2018
Projects that we are working on in conjunction with Saint Paul public works related projects are located on their road construction page
West Saint Paul Water Tank Repairs and Painting
The water tank at 151 Marie Ave. in West Saint Paul is schedule for repairs and painting beginning June 18.
Lead and Household Water
Want to know if your water service line is made of lead?
Go to our bill pay site and click on "What's my service line made of?"
You will need your account number to find out your service line information.
Watch video on reducing exposure to lead in drinking water
Watch video on scratch testing your plumbing for lead
Use your water meter to find toilet leaks
Learn how to use your water meter to find toilet leaks in your house.
Minnesota Public Facilities Authority Notice
On November 4, 2016, the Minnesota Public Facilities Authority (PFA) approved a financing agreement to Saint Paul Regional Water Services for improvements to their drinking water system. The PFA’s financing package consists of a $7,564,417 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) loan with a 20 year term and 1.033% interest rate. The project consists of electrical improvements to the McCarrons Water Treatment Plant.
The DWSRF is supported by federal capitalization grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and state matching funds. These funds, together with PFA revenue bond proceeds, are used to make low interest loans to cities throughout the state for drinking water infrastructure projects. Since 1999, Minnesota’s DWSRF has awarded more than 400 loans totaling over $800 million.