Anchor Link

Water Water Conservation

Please use water wisely during this summer's hot and dry weather.

Our region continues to experience drought conditions. To help take stress off the Mississippi River and other supply sources for Saint Paul Regional Water Services, we remind all customers to use our precious water resources wisely.

Anchor Link

Water Treatment Removes Coronavirus

We want to emphasize that our water supply is safe and secure. Find additional information on Covid-19 and tap water. Saint Paul Regional Water Services’ drinking water treatment process effectively safeguards our customers from viruses such as the coronavirus.

Anchor Link


To pay a bill, visit our bill pay site. For more information, visit our billing and payment page.

Get help paying your bill.

Moving? Read about the process and then call customer service at 651-266-6350 (press "0" to speak to a representative).

Pay Your Bill Online
Anchor Link


Learn where our water comes from (video: 3:52) and follow the path our water takes (interactive story).

Another view of where our water comes from, (Video: 4:12) presented by one of our suburban customers, Maplewood. (A more global view of water sources in the state and how it is important to be good stewards of water, as that water flows into the Mississippi River, our source for drinking water.)

Lead and Household Water

Information about lead and household water can be found on our dedicated page, in an interactive story, and in a video on reducing your exposure (3:12).


Watch how to use your water meter to find leaks (4:46) and visit the Detecting Leaks section of our Customer Resources page for more information.


To learn more about ongoing and upcoming construction visit our water construction projects page.

Water Shut Offs Suspended

Saint Paul Regional Water Services’ customers will have water service regardless of ability to pay.

Shut Offs Suspended

Safety in the Community

Water is essential. So are our workers.

Anchor Link
Anchor Link

Last Edited: September 10, 2021