The water will be off to a small portion of Mayer residents,
Friday September 10th, starting at 8am, while we make improvements to the system.
Notice about Public Meetings.
“Pursuant to 38-431.02(A)(3), the Mayer Domestic Water Improvement District will post all public notices of the District’s meetings at the Mayer Water District Office glass display case outside the front gate."
The Public Board Meetings are normally held on the 4th Thursday of the month at 6:00 pm at the district office 12994 Central Ave, in the meeting room, entrance at the rear of the building.
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
Our Mission Statement -
VISION: To be a water industry leader in quality, customer satisfaction and value. MISSION: To serve the water needs of our customers through superior quality, service and value. VALUES: Customer focus, teamwork, trust, learning organization and continuous improvement.
The Mayer Domestic Water Improvement District (MDWID) is located in the pleasant rural community of Mayer approximately 20 miles south of Prescott Valley, Arizona off of Highway 69. The population of this unincorporated community is 1450 people. The Mayer Water District was privately owned before it became an Improvement District on May 14th, 1990. The District serves the the town of Mayer and Poland Junction. The District has 19 wells. Twelve are currently off line. The District has 6 water storage tanks. The District is governed by a five member Board of Directors, these members are voted into office during the November general elections. Board meetings are held once a month on the fourth Thursday each month and are open to the public.