A city-owned and city-operated water system makes up a major portion of the St. Paul Park Utility Division. The water supply comes from wells with a total pumping capacity of about 2,350 gallons per minute or 3 million gallons per day. To handle peak water loads; St. Paul Park also has two water towers. St. Paul Park does not chlorinate its water supply, however the water is fluoridated to meet Department of Health standards. The Utility Division staff reads water meters and bills quarterly based on usage.
Some St. Paul Park properties obtain their water through private wells and are not served by the municipal water systems.
Maintaining good water quality is important to maintaining a good quality of life. This section provides information on rules and regulations governing the water features in our city, programs and activities the city is doing to improve water quality, and what you can do to help.
Protecting the groundwater is everybody's business
Washington County property owners who meet selection criteria can receive financial assistance for sealing abandoned wells.