Sewer and Water
The physical plant of the water utility includes three elevated storage towers, five wells, and over 95 miles of water mains. The utility's maximum pumping capacity is 4 million gallons per day. The water delivery to the main part of the distribution system averaged 1.2 million gallons per day in 2005, with a peak of 2.1 million gallons per day.
2018 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
2017 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
2016 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
2015 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
The Village of Weston uses a number of chemicals to treat water drawn from wells. Chlorine is added as a disinfectant to safeguard against any potential bacterial contamination. Fluoride is added to strengthen tooth enamel and prevent cavity formation. Sodium hydroxide and polyphosphate are added for corrosion control and to prevent the precipitation of naturally occurring iron and manganese in the water.
The addition of chemicals used in water treatment is monitored through regular testing of the water. In addition, the water utility routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according to State and Federal laws. Weston is proud that our drinking water consistently meets or exceeds all State and Federal requirements.
The sanitary utility plant consists of approximately 95 miles of sewer mains and 12 pumping stations. Wastewater treatment is provided by the Rib Mountain Metropolitan Sewerage District's (RMMSD) regional facility. RMMSD also serves the Village of Rothschild, Rib Mountain Sanitary District, and the Town of Kronenwetter.
This municipal partnership has maintained a sanitary sewer cost which is below average for communities of equal size based on available data.
Board of Trustees
The Village of Weston's sanitary sewer and water utilities are governed by the Board of Trustees. Daily operations of the utilities are overseen by the Director of Public Works. The Village provides service to over 4,600 customers in the Villages of Weston and Rothschild.
Bills for water and sewer service are mailed quarterly on the last working day of the month, becoming due and payable on the 20th day of the month following the billing period. If you will be applying for a new service or creating additional water/wastewater demand with a building expansion, additional connection fees and/or special assessment charges may apply.
If you are a current customer, we are proud to be able to serve your needs. If you are a prospective customer, we look forward to being able to serve you in the future. For more information or current rates for the Village of Weston's utility operations, please call us at 715-359-2876.