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April '14

Welcome to Village Water System Inc.

Welcome to Village Water System Inc. We are a non-profit cooperative serving rural residential customers in the Princeton and Red Chute area in East Bossier Parish. Our mission is to provide safe, clean water to our area customers. Our offices are located on Hwy 80 in Haughton, Louisiana.

Village Water System, Inc., is a non-profit member owned water utility corporation, was formed in 1967 with the sole purpose of serving the citizens of the Haughton area with potable water.  The water system is independent of the nearby cities and is governed by the by the United States Department of Agriculture.  Under the auspice of member elected board and through a perpetual agreement with its members the system is obligated to serve all residences, businesses, and industries within the limits of the system.  The current population served by the Village Water System is estimated has over 3400 active meters and a population estimated at over 11,000 customers.


Latest News

Sewerage Bill
Monday, Oct 21, 2013 1:13pm

Parish Sewer System:


Bossier Parish has recently acquired ownership of Red Chute and Eagle sewer systems under the Consolidated Waterworks and Sewer District No. 1.  Because the Parish has no capability to monitor our members water usage or bill for that usage, Village Water is now doing the billing for the Parish sewer customers who are also members of the Village Water system.  Currently, VWS is billing approximately 1200 Parish sewer customers.  Sewer rates are established by the Parish. 

Shreveport Water Conservation Tips
Wednesday, May 30, 2012 3:50pm

The City of Shreveport is taking a proactive approach in telling people now how to conserve water as we enter the beginning of the summer heat.  Village Water Systems Inc. wants to share this useful information with all of our customers.  Please stay tuned as CoS plans to do more PR on the issue of water conservation.

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