Waterworks Division

Overview


The Waterworks Division provides Nampa residents with over 7.8 million gallons of safe drinking water each day. The Waterworks employees assure this supply by maintaining and repairing over 500 miles of water lines, 18,000 water valves and 4,215 Fire Hydrants. Staff also attends to 31,000 domestic water services and meters.

The Waterworks Division also provides Nampa residents with over 52 million gallons of irrigation water each day. The Waterworks employees assure this supply by maintaining and repairing over 450 miles of irrigation lines and 15,000 irrigation valves. Staff also attends to over 27,000 irrigation services.
  

Mission


Provide a safe, clean supply of potable water and an abundant supply of irrigation water by the most efficient means possible, while delivering exceptional customer service.

Vision


Provide both domestic and irrigation water in such abundance that will secure the City of Nampa’s prosperity for decades to come. To accomplish this we will install the best infrastructure available to us, remove and upgrade those items that don’t meet our high standards of excellence, continue to improve our processes and treat our customers with the highest level of service possible.

Irrigation


  
If you notice a leak please call 468-5860. This is a 24-hour a day phone number.  Due to the volume of calls, if you get our voice mail please leave a message. We will call you back as soon as possible. 

All Nampa residents are asked to check the programming of their sprinkler control box to assure they are not unknowingly over-watering.  Those who need help setting a sprinkler control box should contact a lawn care professional. Residents are also strongly encouraged to install their own shut off valve to control sprinkler lines and not to operate the city valve as this is for emergency use only.  


Irrigation Turn off
 

                    City of Nampa irrigation to be shut off October 4

 The City of Nampa will shut down its irrigation system Friday, October 4 to coincide with Nampa & Meridian Irrigation District's October 7 shut-off.

Nampa & Meridian Irrigation District is one of three providers for most of Nampa's irrigation water. The Boise-Kuna Irrigation District is scheduled to end its season October 7 and Pioneer Irrigation District will wrap up tentatively October 11.

The Nampa Waterworks Division reminds individuals and companies that the city valve should not be turned off when blowing out sprinkler lines. The keyed turnoff is for city emergency use only.

For more information please call (208) 468-5860