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.
Everett Water is repairing our supply line
On Wednesday, April 24, city crews will replace several couplings on water transmission line 5. This work requires that we take the transmission line out of service for approximately 30 hours-beginning 1 a.m., Wednesday, April 24, and concluding by 7 a.m., Thursday, April 25.
During the shutdown, your water system will continue to have water service, but you may experience a change in water pressure. While do not expect this to affect the operation of your water system, individual situations vary and it is very important that you protect the integrity of your water system.
As a precaution, we recommend that you encourage customers to minimize water use on Wednesday to safeguard your water system. Here are some steps they can take to reduce water consumption:
" Take short showers instead of baths
" Turn off the water while brushing teeth, shaving and preparing food.
" Minimize water used for household purposes, like cooking and washing dishes
" Avoid using clothes washers, dishwashers and other water appliances
" Fill livestock troughs and water animals prior to the shutdown.
The activity west of Robinhood and next to Roosevelt Ridge is called the Monroe Woodlands.
This is a large housing development that will be done in 3 phases.
First Phase is 91 homesites. Second phase will have 56 homesites with the third phase having 54 homesites.
Construction on the houses should start early summer of 2019. No word yet on the 2nd and 3rd phases.
The city of Monroe will supply sewer and Roosevelt Water will supply the water.
The activity on Trombley road our 1.2 million gallon water Reservoir.
The Reservoir is on the City of Everett property which Roosevelt Water has an easement.
The reservoir should be working by the end of June 2019.
This reservoir is something the Department of Health has been after RWA to get online for the last 8 years.
It takes time for a small water purveyor to acquire a low interest loan, (ours is 1.5%), property and design that fits our system.
If and when we have another major shut down or a major break in our supply line from Everett Water we should have enough water to survive the time down.
The activity on the west end of 88th St SE.
A 28-lot development is going in this area. It is called "The Reserve at Dutch Hill".
They are building house now.
As usual the developer installs the water lines at their cost and under RWA's supervision and to our specifications. Only then does RWA take over the water system and connect to our system.
We have updated our online payment system to a no fee payment system which is called PayClix. Yes, it is a secure site.
If you wait until our next billing on July 1st you will be receiving your bill by email and also in the mail as before. At that time
you can sign up and pay your bill at one time and you can opt out of paper bills to email bills only if you want. With paper bill you will also get it by email.
You will be able to see your bill online and your history from the start of this newer system.
If you would like to set up your account before you receive your next bill on the first of July, you will need your account number.
You are going to be asked for your email and create a password.
Click on the link above.
Next the amount you owe. If you have paid your bill for this billing cycle, then put in $0.00. When you receive your bill by email it will have the amount there for you.
Next your email address. You will later be able to put in multiple emails but as of now only one email. Its in the works to upgrade.
Choose here if you want to go paperless.
You now will have the choice of paying with a debit card, credit card or echeck.
If you are using your banks payment system, your checks will have to be entered manually by our billing manager and you will not be able to see your payments online.
It would be nice if you set up your account with our new system using your bank to pay your bill by ECheck, but of course that is up to you.
You can call PayClix 866.729.2549 for assistance.
The Annual meeting for our members of Roosevelt Water Association Inc. was held
Thursday, February 21st 2019, 7:00 PM at the PUD building in Monroe. Where reports of the past year's operation and the
election of Two trustees for a three year term were held.
The annual meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of February.
The meeting for 2020 will be held Thursday February 20th 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
Or copy and paste (www.rooseveltwater.com/Pages/MemberInfoForm.html)
And if possible your account number
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.