9383 Delaware Dr., Ozawkie, KS 66070
Samantha Wilson - President Term 2022 - 2025 785-969-5898
Deb Davis - Secretary Term 2021-2024 913-203-7650
Jennifer Wiseman - Treasurer Term 2021-2024 316-518-1962
Andy Davis - Board Member Term 2021-2024 913-215-4003
Anna Kopp - Board Member - Term 2022 - 2025 785213-9856
Water Plant Operator
Steve Pruett - 785-608-2016
Jefferson County Rural Water District #10 Board can be contacted at their numbers provided above or email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jefferson County Health Department
1212 Walnut St., Oskaloosa, KS 66066
Maintenance Emergency - John Heston - Notify Lakeshore Board Member after business hours.
Sewer District #6 payments will now be assessed through your property taxes. In December 2018 you will receive a tax bill for $390.00 for your residence. The $300.00 is what you used to pay for the sewer over 12 months. Instead of billing monthly they added it to the assessment for your residence. Vacant lots will remain $90.00. For example if you have a house and three lots in 2017 you were assessed $771.69 ($150 Lakeshore/$90 sewer #6/$17.23 sewer #6 bond per lot) Your 2018 assessements are now $771.69 plus $300.00 = $1,071.69.
In an effort to provide more payment options to our community, we are offering online payments. You can pay with PayPal or any major credit card listed on the link below. If you choose to pay online with PayPal or a credit card, a fee of $3.00 will be added to your next water bill for any amount less than $100.00. Any amount between $100.00 and $200.00 a $6.00 fee will be added to your account. A 5% convenience fee will be added to your account for any amount over $200.00.
Did you know that RWD #10 is required by the EPA to sample customers' homes for lead and copper every three years?
Participation is appreciated to help us comply with government regulations and monitor our water quality. While these
contaminants are not in our source water, they can enter tap water through the corrosion of older household plumbing
materials. Historically, our values for lead and copper are low and meet drinking water standards. However, our water system is
required under drinking water regulations to send surveys to all customers asking that they complete and return the survey