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Providing a safe and adequate municipal, rural and industrial water supply since 1993

 

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Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Central

Contact Us
605-669-2931
1-800-851-2349

Emergency Contact Numbers
Murdo Area: 605-530-0932
Philip Area: 605-530-1136

 

WR/LJ is one of four sponsor systems included in the Mni Wiconi Water Supply Project. The Mni Wiconi Rural Water Supply Project was authorized by Public Law 100-516 on October 24, 1988 to provide a safe and adequate municipal, rural and industrial water supply to West River/Lyman-Jones, the Oglala Sioux Rural Water Supply System, the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Rural Water System and the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Rural Water System. It took countless individual contributions and a great cooperative effort among tribal and non-tribal members to turn this “pipe dream” into a reality.

Learn more about the history of West River/Lyman-Jones

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Water Conservation Tips

Ways to Save Water Indoors

  • Check all faucets, pipes and toilets for leaks.
  • Install water saving showerheads and ultra-low-flush toilets.
  • Take shorter showers.
  • Never use your toilet as an ashtray or wastebasket.
  • Turn off the water while brushing your teeth or shaving.
  • Defrost frozen food in the refrigerator.
  • Rinse vegetables in a full sink or pan of water.
  • Fully load your dishwasher.
  • Rinse dishes in a full sink or pan of water.
  • Wash full loads of clothes.

Ways to Save Water Outdoors

  • Don’t over-water landscaping.
  • Water your lawn or garden early in the morning or late in evening.
  • Adjust sprinklers so that they don’t water the sidewalk or street.
  • Don’t water on cool, rainy or windy days.
  • Equip all hoses with shut-off nozzles.
  • Use drip irrigation systems.
  • Plant drought-tolerant or low water-use plants and grasses.
  • Use shrubs and ground cover to reduce the amount of grass.
  • Place mulch around plants to reduce evaporation and discourage weeds.
  • Set your mower blades one notch higher, since longer grass means less evaporation.
  • Use a bucket instead of a hose to wash your car.
  • Use a broom rather than a hose to clean sidewalks, driveways, loading docks and parking lots.

Livestock Producers

  • Check stock tanks for leaks and replace if faulty.
  • Watch stock tanks closely for overflow.
  • Wire shut or barricade yard hydrants to prevent livestock from turning on.
  • Watch for standing water, green vegetation areas, or low pressure in your system (these are indications of a leak).
  • Check all faucets, pipes and toilets for leaks.
  • Install water saving showerheads and ultra-low-flush toilets.
  • Take shorter showers.
  • Never use your toilet as an ashtray or wastebasket.
  • Turn off the water while brushing your teeth or shaving.
  • Defrost frozen food in the refrigerator.
  • Rinse vegetables in a full sink or pan of water.
  • Fully load your dishwasher.
  • Rinse dishes in a full sink or pan of water.
  • Wash full loads of clothes.
  • Don’t over-water landscaping.
  • Water your lawn or garden early in the morning or late in evening.
  • Adjust sprinklers so that they don’t water the sidewalk or street.
  • Don’t water on cool, rainy or windy days.
  • Equip all hoses with shut-off nozzles.
  • Use drip irrigation systems.
  • Plant drought-tolerant or low water-use plants and grasses.
  • Use shrubs and ground cover to reduce the amount of grass.
  • Place mulch around plants to reduce evaporation and discourage weeds.
  • Set your mower blades one notch higher, since longer grass means less evaporation.
  • Use a bucket instead of a hose to wash your car.
  • Use a broom rather than a hose to clean sidewalks, driveways, loading docks and parking lots.
  • Check stock tanks for leaks and replace if faulty.
  • Watch stock tanks closely for overflow.
  • Wire shut or barricade yard hydrants to prevent livestock from turning on.
  • Watch for standing water, green vegetation areas, or low pressure in your system (these are indications of a leak).