The Mission of Grand Water & Sewer Service Agency is:

     To utilize our expertise, knowledge, experience and long range planning to secure and maximize the resources to protect our community's health and welfare by providing culinary water, irrigation water and wastewater collection services with a committment to efficiency, sustainability, safety, and public awareness.



Water Project Updates

Impact Fees - at a glance

Click on the Xpress Bill Pay link below to pay your bill online:

***   Xpress Bill Pay ***                         

There is no charge to you, the customer, to use XpressBillPay. You will need the account number from your bill to create a user name and password.  One you've created an account you will have access to your bill and be able to make payments via             

Residential Secondary Irrigation water is now available to our customers in Spanish Valley who are adjacent to our irrigation lines.  The rates are lower than the culinary rates and will help to preserve our pristine culinary water. The rates and Will Serve Form are located on the Billing, Rates and Forms page.  Call our office (435-259-8121) for more information.

Rain Gauges are available in our office for our customers.  Find out how much water you are using and we'll help you figure out a more economical watering schedule.

To view our latest agenda or public hearing notice, go to: 


To get information on meetings for:             

Grand Water & Sewer Service Agency (GWSSA) 

Grand County Water Conservancy District (GCWCD) 

Grand County Special Service Water District (GCSSWD) 

Spanish Valley Water & Sewer Improvement District (SVW&SID) 



Minutes are available on our Board tab under each District and the Agency as they are approved.               

Watering Guide





Job Posting 


It's that time of year again, when water becomes the essential elixir in your garden. Plentiful spring rains are past, and the summer sun beats down relentlessly, scorching plants, lawns, and trees. You water, of course, but is it enough? Is it at the right times? Why is it so hard to keep everything from drying out?            

One of the first things you can do to protect your plants actually happens long before summer. Always be sure to prep your soil before you plant, since soil that's been enriched with organic material will hold water better than a sandy, gravelly soil. Also, plant in prepared beds. Plants that go into beds of prepared soil, instead of into individual planting holes, will grow large spreading root systems. The larger a plant's root system, the less water it takes to sustain it. The same holds true for lawns. Lawns planted on a six- to eight-inch layer of good loam will grow a strong, deep root system that will help it survive dry periods.

Mulching goes a long way in reducing the amounts of water for your outdoor potted plants.  These thirsty plants need lots of water, so don't forget them when you mulch your beds.    

     Blue Stakes Before You Dig !!!

 Call 1-800-662-4111 OR 811 or use the link to apply on line!

* 100 Ways to Save Water - Tips *