Our Mission

The Utilities Board of Rainbow City, Alabama is committed to providing safe and affordable drinking water and wastewater services to the Rainbow City Community. Our goal is to deliver these essential services in a manner that is safe, reliable, prompt, efficient, courteous and sensitive to the neesd of our customers.

We put Water Quality First!

We are once again proud to present our annual water quality report covering all testing performed between Jan 1 and Dec 31, 2015.

Over the years, we have dedicated ourselves to producing drinking water that meets all state and federal standards. We continually strive to adopt new methods for delivering the best-quality drinking water to you. As new challenges to drinking water safety emerge, we remain vigiliant in meeting the goals of source water protection, water conservation, and community education while continuing to serve the needs of all our water users. Download reports -> Annual Water Quality report 2011 - Annual Water Quality report 2012 - Annual Water Quality report 2013 - Annual Water Quality report 2014 - Annual Water Quality report 2015 - Annual Water Quality report 2016 -

Where does our water come from?

We service an estimated 3,900 customers, over approximately 200 miles of water mains with 4 storage tanks with a 1.1 million gallon capacity.

In September, 2016, the Utilities Board of Rainbow City began purchasing water from the Utilities Board of the Town of Odenville, Alabama. The Utilities Board of the Town of Odenville obtains water from groundwater sources consisting of eight (8) wells. These wells draw water from four (4) primary aquifers contained within the underground rock formations such as Tuscumbia Limestone/Fort Payne Chert (Well #3), Hartselle Sandstone (Well # 7), Floyd Shale and Bangor Limestone (Wells # 4, 5, 8, & 9). Wells #10 & 11 are developed in the Know Group in the Valley and Ridge Province in Alabama. Wells #10 & 11 are the primary sources for the Northeastern portion of the system including Rainbow City.

On November 30, 2011, the Utilities Board of the Town of Odenville began purchasing a portion of its water supply from the Coosa Valley Water Supply District. The Odenville System has the capacity to produce 8.5 million gallons per day of groundwater and has access to purchase up to an additional 2.5 million gallons per day. Additional information regarding these sources is available at the Utilities Board of the Town of Odenville office located at 14292 US Highway 411, Odenville, AL 35120.

Water Savings made easy for all!

Here are five water saving stragtegies to help with the environment and save some money. Things we can all agree on.

1)Your monthly saving if when brushing your teeth, you rinse when done rather than letting the water run. Your estimated savings is 240 gallons per year. 2)Your annual saving if you run your washing machine only when it's full will be an estimated 2,130 gallons per year. 3)The estimated amount you save per shower if you use a low flow head for 10 minutes is 50 gallons. 4)You will save 10 gallons each time you wash dishes if you will wash all of them first and do one rinse afterward. 5)Your annual saving will be as much as 10,000 gallons if you fix all leaks(dripping faucets, running toilets). Simple steps to save water

Keeping our water Clean.

For more information about contaminants and potential health effects, call the U.S. EPA’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline at (800) 426-4791.

To ensure that tap water is safe to drink, U.S. EPA prescribes regulations limiting the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health. All drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. To learn more go to Drinking Water Contaminants – Standards and Regulations

Utility Board Members:

The Utility Board meets 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, 4 PM in the Utility Board office.
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Debbie Hiltz -
Chairman

110 Fiddler Folly Court
Rainbow City, AL 35906
Home: 256-442-7177

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Boyd Smart -
Secretary/Treasurer

200 Canoe Creek Road
Rainbow City, AL 35906
Home: 256-413-0842

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Andy Dennis -
Member

198 Hiawatha Place
Rainbow City, AL 35906
Home: 256-442-1066

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Anita Bedwell -
Member

1022 Briarcliff Road
Rainbow City, AL 35906
Home: 256-442-8867

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Donnie Winningham -
Member

4674 Rainbow Drive
Rainbow City, AL 35906
Home: 256-413-0451

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