Resident Tours

Resident Tours

Resident Tours

Fall 2018 tour dates: TBA

 

Have you ever wondered how the water from your tap gets there? Or what makes that water safe to drink? IRWD hosts tours each year for those who live or work within IRWD boundaries. Tours are hosted by an IRWD board member and are designed to give residents an opportunity to learn more about IRWD, encourage an open dialogue, and to answer questions regarding the District. IRWD Tours offer customers a chance to view our facilities from behind the scenes to learn how our water systems work, meet and greet your IRWD Board Representative, understand your water supply, and become a more efficient water user.

Resident tours are not open to those who have participated in an IRWD resident tour in the last three years.

Please limit the number of people in your party to six, larger groups must sign up for a private speaker/tour.

For the online registration, be sure to list attendees' first and last names (not including main contact) and list the address that appears on your billing statement for verification. A staff member will email to confirm the reservation.

All participants must be 16 years of age or older.

 

 

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