WCID #1 customers with Smart Water Meters can track water usage online with the Eye on Water app, available on PCs, MACs, iPhones and Androids. Download the app from the App Store or Google Play or create an account on your computer.
When freezing temperatures threaten our area, be prepared by locating your water shutoff valve, protecting exposed pipes and outside faucets, and keeping emergency supplies on hand. Also, follow WCID #1 on social media for updates and sign up here for Dickinson WCID1 Alerts.
Free hazardous waste and electronics recycling services are available for Dickinson’s water district residential customers by appointment at the Stella Roberts Recycling Center in Pearland. This service is offered through a partnership with the nonprofit Keep Pearland Beautiful.
Galveston County WCID #1 and the Gulf Coast Water Authority (GCWA), our community’s wholesale water provider, have issued their 2022 annual water quality reports. WCID #1’s 2022 report shows that our drinking water meets or exceeds all federal and state standards and is safe.
NOTE: Be aware of phishing attacks. The district will never email you asking for any of your credentials. These are malicious attempts to steal your passwords and/or personal information. If you have received any of these, please delete them immediately. The district takes cyber security seriously.