Welcome to the Official Website of Eastgate Village Water & Sewer Association, Inc.

About Us

The Eastgate Village Water & Sewer Association was formed in 1978.  The purpose of the association is to provide for maintenance, repair, preservation and operation of all areas of Eastgate Village and to that end and effect to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the residents within the Eastgate area.

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We now have a Facbook page.  You can use the link on the right to visit the page.

Email Addresses

In an effort to have multiple ways to contact our residents regarding news, alerts, announcements, etc. we are requesting email addresses for all accounts in our system.  We will soon be mailing out a postcard requesting your email address.  Please either complete this postcard form and return it with a payment or use the contact form below to provide your email address.  Thank you!

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Letter from the President - by: Jean Riley

December 22, 2021

First, I want to thank you for all your cooperation with the watering restrictions.  With the drought and the hot temperatures there was more water usage than for a normal year.  Because of increased water usage and the drought, well production was down, and we have experienced significant drawdown in the wells.  We were also having concerns with keeping the water tank at a level that is required to allow for firefighting if needed.  Again, thank you.

The well issues resulted in the Board looking at a new well to replace wells that are not producing.  Many of you may remember the Board has been working on upgrading the water distribution system.  The pump house is almost 50 years old...

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Water - It's There When You Need It!

Water - It's There When You Need It!

May 01, 2022

It’s that wonderful time of year again where we come together to celebrate National Drinking Water Week! 

Every year, during the first week of May, water professionals across North America celebrate Water and all it provides to our communities and lives. This year’s theme is There When You Need It. 

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