Give Beaver Lake A Break
The Water Source

The Water SourceFor Northwest Arkansas

Years of Leadership

Over 50 Years of LeadershipPreserving Our Community's Drinking Water

High Quality Drinking Water

Providing High Quality Drinking WaterAnnual Water Quality Reports

Water Education Center

Water Education CenterDrinking Water Education and Watershed Stewardship

Castor And Randy's Scavenger Hunt Trivia Game

Castor & Randy's
Scavenger HuntPlay our NEW water trivia game.

Beaver Water Process

Watch how our drinking water is processed in Northwest Arkansas.

Beaver Water District

More than 50 years ago, visionary community leaders got together to discuss the need for a long-term supply of clean, safe water for Northwest Arkansas. With an eye to the future and knowledge that a large lake was the best source of water, these citizens worked to establish Beaver Lake Reservoir.

The dam that created Beaver Reservoir and the first water treatment plant were completed in the mid-1960s. Since that time, the District has expanded facilities and improved to keep up with increased water demand and stricter drinking water standards. In addition, three other water utilities have been created to provide drinking water from Beaver Lake.

Motherwell Joins Beaver Water District

October 20th, 2014

Adam Motherwell of Fayetteville has joined the staff of Beaver Water District in … Read more

Beaver Water District Team Takes 1st Place in “Top Ops” Challenge

October 16th, 2014

Beaver Water District’s Team took 1st place in the Top Ops Challenge held … Read more

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Upcoming Events

Oct29

Washington County Cleanup

Washington County, AR, USA
Oct 29, 2014- Nov 02, 2014
12:00am - 12:00am

Nov12

NW District Meeting for Water Professionals

Berryville, AR, USA
Nov 12, 2014 8:00am - 3:30pm

10.23Partners of the Americas Student Ambassadors from Venezuela and Colombia visit t...... Read more

10.22Tony Parrott, Executive Director of Cincinnati’s Metropolitan Sewer District, ta...... Read more

10.22Residential life and industries we depend on daily—energy production, resource e...... Read more