The mission of the Roosevelt Water Association
is to provide safe drinking water that meets or exceeds all of the State and Federal Government standards.
The Association is committed to ensuring, in the most efficient and economical way possible,
the high quality of services that the members of the Roosevelt Water Association enjoy and expect.
Management, Staff and the Board of Trustees are committed to accomplishing this mission in a reliable, professional, safe,
cost-effective and courteous manner.
Update as of February 7th 2018
This Water Shutdown will affect all of Roosevelt Water members. Everett Water will be shutting down our service connections to the Everett transmission line 5.
From the City of Everett Water Works about the shutdown Wednesday February 28th to early Friday morning March 2nd.
On Wednesday, Feb. 28, Transmission Line 5 will be taken out of service for two days as work is performed on the line. During the shutdown, your service connection will be turned off and you will not have water service for approximately 48 hours.
Here is the current schedule:
Beginning around 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 28, city crews will turn off service connections to the transmission line.
When that is complete, the transmission line will be drained and turned-over to the contractor who has 36 hours to perform the work.
Construction should begin around 6 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28, and conclude the evening of Thursday, March 1.
After the work is done, the transmission line will be flushed, filled and pressurized, which requires several hours to complete.
Then, city crews will begin turning service connections back on, with water service expected to be restored early Friday morning, March 2.
Please do not use water during the shutdown. Doing so will depressurize your plumbing and may cause problems when water service is restored. To prepare for the shutdown, we recommend: (Roosevelt Water will have minimal water in our supply lines. By conserving our water this will keep our lines pressurized for potable use so we don't have to implement a "Boil Water Notification" after Everett opens up the 5 line.)
Purchasing bottled drinking water prior to the shutdown (1 gal/person/day)
Storing water in sanitary food grade containers for potable use
Filling a bathtub or large containers with water for flushing toilets
Filling livestock troughs and watering animals prior to the shutdown
Close toilet valves and do not use water appliances during the shutdown.
When water service is restored, you may experience dirty water or air in your water lines. If that is case, follow these steps:
To remove air, turn on cold water faucets and run until no air is detected
For dirty water, turn on a cold water faucet in a bathtub and run until water is clear. In some cases, this could take up to 30 minutes.
If the problem persists, call us at 360.568.3450
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as Everett performs this necessary work.
If you have concerns or Questions, please notify us at (360) 568 3450.
Would you like to be added to the Email Alert list? AlertList@RooseveltWater.com
Please note your email:(you may have multiple emails on the alert list
Names     Address     Phone Number
The activity on the west end of 88th St SE.
A 28-lot development is going in this area. It will be called "Golf Course Estates".
At this time we do not have a date of when housing construction will start
As usual the developer installs the water lines under RWA's inspection and to our specifications.
We will keep you informed.
The activity at the north end of Robinhood Lane on Trombley Road.
A 14-lot development is going in this area. It will be called "Trombley Ridge".
The developer is trying to have it ready for building houses in early spring.
The Annual meeting for our members of Roosevelt Water Association Inc. was held
Thursday, February 16th 2017, 7:00 PM at the PUD building in Monroe. Where reports of the past year's operation and the
election of three (3) trustees for a three year term were held.
The annual meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of February.
The meeting for 2018 will be held Thursday February 15th at 7:00 pm in the PUD meeting room on 120 E Fremont Street Monroe, WA.
The reason for RWA to have your email address is to
alert you went something has happened or is going to happen that will have an effect on your water. When we email to all
the members it will be sent as a BCC (Blind Carbon Copy) this is so no one will be able to see your email address.
We will not use it for anything but RWA information. A major water leak. Flushing of lines. Important meetings.
Items along this line. At anytime you can be taken off the list.
Email your information to AlertList@RooseveltWater.com
Please note on your email:
This if for the email alert group.
The Email you want to use
You can put as many emails on the alert list that you want to be notified.
You may also signup online just click here for the
Signup Form. Or copy and post (www.rooseveltwater.com/Pages/MemberInfoForm.html)
And if possible your account number
Billing       Bill goes out         Due By
Jan/Feb   -   March 1st   -         March 31st
Mar/Apr   -   May 1st   -         May 31st
May/Jun   -   July 1st   -         July 31st
Jul/Aug   -   September 1st   -   September 30th
Sept/Oct   -   November 1st   -   November 30th
Nov/Dec   -   January 1st   -     January 31st
Would you like to pay your bill online?
We have lowered the Credit and Debit Convenience fee to $2.50. This is because more of you are using the online payment system and our bank fees have been lowered so we are passing this along.
You can now have a recurring payment by Credit Card or Debit Card.
Choose; One time only or Recurring then Monthly Recurring or Bi-Monthly Recurring.
Also choose the date you want the recurring payment made.
When you want to change or cancel all you have to do is call the office or email
MCarlson@rooseveltwater.com and you will be taken care of.
If you want to see a how to click on this "How to set up recurring payments"
The Manager, Janelle MacDicken will be doing updates
on what is happening with your water system. She will do this annually and when needed on a quarterly basis.
You will find this over on the left under
Managers Information. Managers Reports
The Roosevelt Water Association is located in central Snohomish County.
The Association is a private water system and owned by the 1,100 plus homeowners that are served by the Association and governed by a seven person board known as the Trustees.
The Roosevelt Water Association is classified as Group A, Class 1, expanding system with a service area
boundary on file with Snohomish County in accordance with the adopted Coordinated Water System Plan.
Monroe Fire Department can help you with your house number sign for your
house or your mail box post. All you need to do is go to the fire department and fill out a form to receive your house number.
This helps all of us.