If you live in western North Dakota, there is a way to see how water will get to you.
Maps detailing the rural pipeline construction were recently placed on WAWS website.
The map indicates who has committed to at least $1,500 membership fees and how WAWS intends to get water to the rural users.
Executive Director of Western Area Water Jaret Wirtz says some areas on the map have not been completely filled in, but he hopes to give people a good idea of how their water will be received.
(Jaret Wirtz, Executive Director, WAWSP) "We're trying to get it out there that we are going to build this system out. They can actually see their, they paid money for something and now they can see their spot on the map that there is a line going to them. We're going to try everything we can to get that water to them. Now we just want to get the word out that if you do want to get served, you need to sign up."
Wirtz asks anyone interested in receiving rural water to call the office or get membership application in immediately.
He says once construction begins it is very difficult to add at a later date.