An unexpected high

water bill is often the

first sign of high water use. 

This guide takes you

step-by-step on how

to discover typical

leaks and reduce

water use in your home.

Learn more here.

Kitsap County wants to hear from people who live, work, and play in Manchester!


The purpose of this survey is to understand what assets you value most in the community and what issues you believe Manchester is facing today and in the future.


Take the Manchester Community Survey HERE.

Stop by our Administration

Office during the Month of May

and tell us you read about 

Drinking Water Week on

our website to receive a gift!

Backflow is the undesirable reversal of the flow of water from its intended direction in any pipeline or plumbing system.

If you have a well or irrigation system on your property, or if you own a business, please visit our Backflow Page.

Manchester Water District Administration Office: 8185 E. Daniels Loop, Suite 111, Manchester WA 98366

Business Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 - 4:30 

Closed On Most Major Holidays

Construction for the Banner Road Water

Tank replacement began in March 2015 and was completed in May of 2015. The new tank has a larger storage capacity for  enhanced fire prevention and to meet the growing needs of the district. 

Print these fun worksheets to learn more about where your water comes from!

Phone: 360-871-0500 | Fax: 360-871-0455

Each year during the first full week of May, we recognize the vital role water plays in our daily lives.  

Only 1% of the world's water is usable by people, and only YOU can save it!   


Planning a D.I.Y. project

that involves moving dirt?

Start by dialing: 811.

Buried utility lines under your property are

your responsibility, and locating these lines must

be performed by a

private company.

Learn more here

about what's under

your lawn.

Find fun facts and conservation tips and  more at DrinkTap.org!

Manchester, Washington

​​MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 98, Manchester, Washington  98353