The Mission of the Mission Hills Community Services District is committed to providing the residents within the district reliable, high-quality water and wastewater services in an efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally safe manner.
The water department is responsible for the installation of new water service, well head and service meter repairs and readings, water treatment and testing, production tracking, well levels measurements, and other related functions.
The water and wastewater department consists of four experienced and highly trained professionals to ensure the safe and health of the system. All employees are licensed and undergo extensive continuing education to maintain their State licenses. After hours, there is always at least one qualified operator on call to respond to community water and wastewater emergencies.
Where your water comes from
All of Mission Hills CSD water comes from three (3) wells, (1-natural gas and 2- electrical powered wells), that are drilled into the aquifer. The quality of water in an aquifer and the water produced by a well depend on the nature of rock, sand or soil in the aquifer.
How it gets to you
Mission Hills CSD water is transported from the wells to the treatment plant, where excess iron and manganese are removed and the water is disinfected. From here there are 27.5 miles of various sized pipes that bring the water from the distribution network to your home or business. These pipes require continuous repair and replacement to avoid leaks and system failures.
The District has two storage tanks that hold 1.8 million gallons of water, which are located at the highest point in the District. These tanks provide system pressure allowing for a more economical pumping operation.