Territorial Issues

The City of Eudora recently annexed 153 acres located in RWD4′s service territory. The resolution of this matter will affect your water rates in the future, so we encourage you to be informed! Please click on the “Territorial Issues” tab to find articles, maps and other information on this issue, and check in on our website on a regular basis for updates.

Court trial will begin May 18, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. at the Federal Courthouse, 224 SW Quincy, Topeka, KS

June 14 2013 | Territorial Issues | Comment on this article »

Welcome!

rwd4-sign.jpgWelcome to the RWD4 website.

This website is a service to the District, so please give us your feedback! Below, and in many areas on the website, there is an opportunity to provide us with questions, comments and suggestions. We value your input and would like to hear from you. Just click on the area below marked “Comments” and you will reach a page to leave us feedback.

February 20 2008 | Staff | Comment on this article »

Annual Meeting

The RWD4 Annual Meeting was held at Vinland Grade School on Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 7:00 p.m.  David Brown and Angela Leonard-Hinnant were elected to serve 3-year terms on the Board of Directors.  A report on District finances and operations for the past year were given.

February 08 2008 | Board | Comment on this article »

Board Elections and Officers

At the annual meeting of members in February 2010, patrons chose David Brown and Angela Leonard-Hinnant to join existing directors, Ron Skaggs, Doug Davison Allen Rockhold, John Langley and Ron Dalquest.

Officers for 2010 are Ron Skaggs, Chairperson; Doug Davison, Vice-Chair; John Langley, Treasurer; and Allen Rockhold, Secretary and Freedom of Information Officer.

February 07 2008 | Board | Comment on this article »

ACH Debit Payments

Just a reminder that you can now choose to pay your monthly water bill automatically by way of an ACH Debit transfer. This transaction is initiated by Mid-America Bank at our request each month, and with your permission, funds equal to the amount of your water bill are drawn from your account at your bank (electronically) and deposited in our account at Mid-America Bank. Click here to download a form that you can complete, sign and return to us to begin this service. A voided check or a deposit slip must also be attached to the form. You will not incur any transaction fees in using the ACH Debit service.

Once the service has been initiated, Rural Water District No. 4 will calculate your water bill and initiate a debit to your account on the first day of each month by sending a file to Mid-America Bank. You must have funds available in the account at that time each month, as a debit that fails to clear your account will result in a $25.00 fee being charged, similar to the fee for NSF checks. If applicable, late charges will be assessed as well.

This is becoming a popular way to avoid those unpleasant late payment fees! A neighboring water district reports that some 30% of its customers now pay with ACH Debit.

June 03 2007 | Payment | Comment on this article »