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Message from your Chairperson 9/15/23

September 20, 2023



Happy Fall Everyone! 

            In this month’s message, we will be addressing questions on North Prairie Regional Water District processes and policies.


  1. Did You Know? North Prairie Regional Water District was selected 2 Years in a row for Best of Minot Awards Water Utility Companies.  (2021 and 2022) NPRWD is also a part of the 2022 Minot Business Hall of Fame.


  1. Question? Why are we paying for a Curb Stop – when we are not utilizing the water?  A user may cancel water service at any time unless you were part of an expansion project, by signing discontinue papers.  Project users’ agreement is a 10-year commitment. NP policy states that if you chose to discontinue...

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Take a Moment to Think About It

Take a Moment to Think About It

October 01, 2023

The value of water is immeasurable.

Every October the water community reflects on A Day Without Water to better educate, appreciate, and understand this incredible resource. The Water Industry’s most important mission is to preserve and protect water for generations to come (both animal, plant and human generations!). 

For many, living without fresh flowing water is a stark reality. When water is unavailable, communities stop functioning. Water is used to prepare meals, baths, sanitation, hydration, industry, agriculture, and so much more. 

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