June 22, 2018
Water Trust
 
As a Water Trust Member, your Annual Dues/Water Trust Fees are collected and dispersed for the equipment necessary in each of our two wells (shallow well and deep well) along with the the maintenance of this equipment. We do use an accrual accounting system for these know expenses and use this in an effort to avoid having to place assessments on our Members. It has been necessary to rebuild each pump every three to four years because of the volume of water that goes through your system. Our goal is to get your water to your home as efficiently as possicle without interruption. We are very fortunate to have one of the best water reservoirs and aqueduct system in this area. We thank you for your efforts to preserve this valuable resource. We also appreciate your continued support with our volunteer efforts.
 

Misc Documents

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Water Trust Declaration Of Trust, to view document, Click Here
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Groundwater - Powering Wisconsins Econonomy Click Here

Annual Dues

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Thank you for paying your Annual Dues in a timely manner. As your official notice, any Member who chooses to ignore the annual dues billing statement will receive only one additional friendly past due reminder. After this time we will take immediate action as established in our By-Laws on behalf of all other Association Members. A Lien action will be filed on your property with the Waukesha County Circuit Court and the action will become a matter of public record. You will receive notice of the lien and your ability to conduct any transaction using your property will be restricted until you are paid in full, including all dues and all legal fees associated with our action. Please respect the fact that we volunteer enough time to keep the Association running that we do not wish to add Collection Agency to our responsibilities. Again, thank you for paying your Annual Dues in a timely manner.

2017 Consumer Confidence Report

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To view document Click Here
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2016 Consumer Confidence Report

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To view document, Click Here

2015 Consumer Confidence Report

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To view document, Click Here

2014 Consumer Confidence Report

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To view document, Click Here

2013 Consumer Confidence Report

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To view document, Click Here

2013 Water Syatem Flushing

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To view document, Click Here

2012 Consumer Confidence Report

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To view document, Click Here

State of Wisconsin Lake Michigan Water

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To view the State of Wisconsin Lake Michigan Water, Click Here

Squires Grove Management Association - Lawn Watering

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Updated August 31, 2016 As beautiful as a lush green grass looks it takes a lot of water. Please refrain from excess watering during the hottest summer months of July and August. One alternative to excess watering would be to leave your grass a bit longer to avoid drying out and "burning." Thank you in advance for protecting this valuable resources.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING GROUND WATER SUSTAINABILITY

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Water Conservation Click Here
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Infiltration: Click Here
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Ground Water Development: Click Here
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Effects of Ground Water Development on Ground Water Storage: Click Here
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Effects of Ground Water Development on Ground Water Flow: Click Here
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Groundwater depletion: Click Here
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Sustainability of Ground Water Resources: Click Here
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Water Quality Factors Affecting Ground Water Sustainability Click Here
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Droughts, Climate Change, and Ground Water Sustainability Click Here

Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule-Screening Survey

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To view the Screening Survey dated September 24, 2012 Click Here

2012 Lawn Watering Update

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As of July 16, 2012 We are in the process of assessing our water table and water usage so that we can make an informed decision about watering during this severe drought. We ask that you refrain from watering your lawn. We understand that watering your landscape, newly planted trees and grass may be necessary, but please do so sparingly. Grass will go dormant for a long period of time before burning or dying off. Please DO NOT ever water your lawn during the summer days as water will only evaporate in higher temperatures. You may even burn your lawn if the water drops act as a magnifying glass to accelerate burning. Sometimes we just have to accept the fact that "Mother Nature" needs to run its course. Thank you for your concern and cooperation in maintaining a valuable resource and a great benefit to living in this neighborhood.

2012 Fire Hydrant Flush - May 22

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To view the procedures for water usage today, Click Here

2011 Water Distribution System

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To view the 2011 Water Distribution System report, Click Here

2010-2011 Water Usage

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To view the 2010-2011 Water Usage Report, Click Here

Water Trust” “2010 Area Maps”

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To view the Water Trust” “2010 Area Maps”, Click Here

2011 Consumer Confidence Report

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To view the 2011 Consumer Confidence Report, Click Here

2010 Bacteriological Analysis

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To view the 2010 Water Supply Report, Click Here

2010 Consumer Confidence Report

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To view the 2010 Consumer Confidence Report, Click Here

2009 Consumer Confidence Report

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To view the 2009 Consumer Confidence Report, Click Here

2008 Consumer Confidence Report for Squires Grove

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To view the 2008 a Consumer Confidence Report Click Here

2006 Consumer Confidence Report for Squires Grove

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To view the 2006 a Consumer Confidence Report Click Here

2007 Sanitary Survey

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To view the 2007 Sanitary Survey document Click Here
 
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