The Water Division operates and maintains the water treatment system (pumps, wells, and reservoirs) and the water distribution system. Water is drawn from reservoirs and then distributed to over 11,000 service connections through approximately 175 miles of water pipe. Water Division employees work daily to maintain the quality of our water and the integrity of our water system from its source to your tap.
The City of Redmond’s water system draws water from a deep unconfined aquifer within the layered volcanic rocks, sand and gravel of the Deschutes Formation that lies beneath the City. The city currently supplies water from seven active wells located throughout the city.
During the summer months irrigation demands keep the City’s pumps working steadily to produce approximately 14 Million Gallons per Day (MGD) to meet peak production requirements. In the winter months the usage drops considerably to an average of 2.6 MGD.
The Water Division staff maintain six water reservoirs with the capacity to store 13.5 million gallons of water, four booster pump stations, one transfer pump station, and one pressure reducing station.
Water Service & Meter Installation
Water meters, boxes and fittings must conform to the City of Redmond's Water Service and Meter Installation Manual. Click the link below to view the current version: