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At Logan County Rural Water District No. 1, it is our duty to provide adequate facilities to furnish safe drinking water and proper waste water treatment, for our members, to allow for continuing expansion and growth at reasonable costs, to act as a good steward of the earths most precious resource WATER, and to protect the public's source of safe drinking water.

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Logan County Rural Water District No. 1 Launches a Brand New Website! Subscribe Today!

We are excited to announce that our new website has launched and includes all the information our community needs related to their water service.  Check back often, as we will be adding information every day.  Subscribe and receive news and alerts via email and text.  Let us know what you think!

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Clean Water. <br>Part 1.

Clean Water.
Part 1.

If you’re like me, the thought of clean water doesn’t seem astounding. Clean water is expected, not extraordinary. We simply turn on the tap, and pour a glass of fresh, clean, safe water.  .  . Anytime we want! But this is not a universal truth.  Clean water is one of the earth’s most precious resources, but it is not available to everyone. In fact, an estimated one billion people on this planet (that’s 1 person out of every 8) do not have access to clean, safe water.  Now THAT is truly astounding. And sobering.

For the next few months, we’re going to be looking at the issue of Clean Water. How do we get it? What about those one billion people who don’t have access to it? Please keep reading to find out more about this vital, indeed life-giving, resource . . .

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