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City of Winner
Water and Sewer Department

The water/sewer department is responsible for the management, planning, operation, and maintenance of all phases of water supply, treatment, storage, and distribution.

It is responsible for the mechanical operation of and water treatment of the city swimming pool.

The city of Winner’s water system is made up of seven wells, approximately 43 miles of transmission and distribution piping, two ground storage tanks, and two booster pump stations.  Water is pumped from the well field to the 1.5 million gallon (mg) ground storage tank.  All water is treated with chlorine before entering this tank.  Water then flows by gravity from the 1.5 mg tank to a 1 mg tank and to the distribution system.

The city produced 187,000,000 gallons of water in 2022.  The average daily consumption is approximately 176 gallons of water per person per day in the city of Winner.

The city conducts approximately 100 tests per year to make sure your water is disinfected as prescribed by the department of environment and natural resources, to insure that we provide a high quality of drinking water.

If you are planning on doing any digging on your property please call the SD One Call Locates at 1-800-781-7474 or 811 or visit  www.sdonecall.com at least 24 hours before you begin.

Mark Leibrich

Department Head

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2024  Water Rates

Effective January 1st, 2024 readings

Residential meter charge (includes 2,000 gallons): $20.77

Residential 3,000 gallons-4,999 gallons: $7.87 per thousand

Residential 5,000+ gallons: $3.68 per thousand

Commercial meter charge (includes 2,000 gallons): $23.00

Commercial 3,000 gallons-4,999 gallons: $8.91 per thousand

Commercial 5,000-14,999 gallons: $3.68 per thousand

Commercial 15,000+ gallons: $3.15 per thousand

2024 Sewer Rates

Effective January 1st, 2024 readings

Residential meter charge (includes 2,000 gallons): $16.51

Residential 3,000 gallons-94,999 gallons: $6.81 per thousand

Residential 95,000+ gallons: $2.21 per thousand

Commercial meter charge (includes 2,000 gallons): $18.11

Commercial 3,000 gallons-94,999 gallons: $6.81 per thousand

Commercial 95,000+ gallons: $2.21 per thousand

Current Storm Sewer Rates

Storm Sewer Charge - $1.00 Water Surcharge - $3.00 (Rural Development Loan)

Sewer Surcharge - $1.30 (Rural Development Loan)
*other fees may apply

2023 Drinking Water Report

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