Our Mission

At Rogers County Rural Water District 2, we are committed to providing safe, water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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Water Rate Increase

November 08, 2016

Due to increased cost to the district, on October 13, 2016, RWD #2 Board approved a water rate increase. This increase will be reflected on the January 2017 bill.

 The District understands that our economy is in a difficult time and the cost of everything is increasing.  Please be sure to repair any leaks that you may have, to help keep your water cost down. 

Listed below, you will find our new rates beginning on January 2017 billing. 

 

Standard Residential Service Rates

 

Monthly Minimum:                                         $20

Water included w/Minimum Bill:               0/gallons

 

Tier (gal.):                                                           $/1,000 gal.:

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We make a life by what we GIVE.

We make a life by what we GIVE.

December 01, 2018

“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill

The holidays are fast approaching, with all that this joyful season brings: carols and eggnog, parties and mistletoe, glitter and tinsel and twinkly lights, hearth and home and friends and family. And GIVING. As we think about the good gifts we hope to give this holiday season, we are reminded to give of our time, our resources, our abilities. Not just this month, but every month. It can make such a difference in someone's life.

Here are some people who are making a difference . . . 

 

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