Consolidated Rural Water District #4, Shawnee County was formed in March of 2005 when three smaller water districts consolidated. The former Rural Water District numbers 3, 4, and 5 began consolidation talks early in 2005 and were granted approval to consolidate by the Shawnee County Commissioners in March of that year. The result of this consolidation was the creation of the most populated Rural Water District in Kansas. At the end of 2014, CRWD #4 had 4,623 benefit units sold, serving a total population of around 13,000 patrons in Shawnee, Jackson and Jefferson counties.




CRWD #4 is governed by a Board of (nine) Directors. These Directors are elected by the patrons of the District at an annual meeting held in March of each year. Board meetings are open to the public and as a patron, you are encouraged to attend. The board meets the second Tuesday of every month. Call the office for information about the next meeting.

Our office is located at:
1741 NE 46th Street
Topeka, KS  66617


Normal office hours are
Monday - Friday
from 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM


The board meets the second Tuesday of every month.



Consolidated Rural Water District #4, Shawnee County, works around the clock to provide top quality water to every tap. The District and its customers, working together, can help protect our water reources, our way of life and our children's future.

Danny Hicks with West Indianola Students

Danny Hicks with West Indianola Students