Dalton Water Association, Inc. is a non-profit corporation formed in 1945 to provide drinking water to the residents of the City of Dalton Gardens. Approximately 2200 residents are served. The association is governed by a board of directors. Board meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month at 5:00 p.m. in Dalton Gardens City Hall - 6360 N 4th St.
The association's water source is the Spokane Valley - Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer. Water is pumped from the aquifer by two wells to two storage reservoirs and then distributed through mains to the residents of Dalton Gardens. Numerous tests are conducted on a monthly and yearly basis to insure that the drinking water is safe and clean. To review the Water Quality Report view our CCR Report.
The association has adopted a cross-connection control program to prevent contamination of the water system. If a cross-connection exists, the appropriate backflow devices must be installed to prevent contamination of the drinking water system. Our CC Program page allows you to obtain the latest information and testing forms.
To help prevent frozen water pipes, when temperatures reach 10 degrees, or
below, leave your kitchen sink faucet running with cold water at a
pencil-lead thickness all night and during the day if temperatures remain at
10 degrees or below. Also, remember to close crawl-space vents if they are
located close to water pipes.
The 2015 reviewed financial statements and the 2015 Exempt Organization Tax Return are available upon request at the office. The office is located at 6360 N 4th St., Dalton Gardens, ID.