Our Mission

At Osage County RWD 15, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

Bill Payment Options

We will no longer be using PSN (Payment Service Network) as our online payment and E-Billing provider.

We are excited to announce our new payment provider will be Retail Lockbox and will go live Oct. 2018.

Plesase delete any favorites or bookmarks you have save to access a payment site for RWD 15 Osage County. Until the new provider goes live, Please use our payment link provided for you on our WEBSITE ONLY!

When our payment provider changes, all the links on our website will automatically take you to the new providers site. All payments made on PSN until then will go through and be processed with no problem.

If you have any future recurring, (Auto Pay), payments set up on PSN, after Sept. 1, 2018, please discontinue them!

YOU WILL HAVE TO RE-REGISTER ON THE NEW RETAIL LOCKBOX SITE.

Conservation Tips

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2017 Water Quality Reports are loaded

July 04, 2017

Osage County RWD #15 purchases water from the City of Skiatook, City of Tulsa, and City of Barnsdall.  2017 Water Quality reports from the District are available under the Forms & Reports Tab, Water Quality Report option.  The 2018 reports document testing results between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017.

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Drinking Water Week

Drinking Water Week

May 01, 2019

Did you know that May 5-11 is Drinking Water WeekA week to celebrate WATER! May 5 kicks off this year’s Drinking Water Week with an invitation to “Protect the Source." "The American Water Works Association and the water community across North America will celebrate Drinking Water Week by recognizing the vital role drinking water plays in our daily lives, and how we can take personal responsibility in caring for our tap water and protecting it at its source. “When we get to know our local drinking water sources, we come to understand that it is our duty as consumers and community stewards to protect and preserve them,” said AWWA Chief Executive Officer David LaFrance. “Drinking Water Week provides a great opportunity to learn the various ways in which we can each protect our source water so it’s available for future generations.”  AWWA

 

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