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             Guinayangan Water District (GWD) is a Government Owned & Controlled Corporation created under Presidential Decree 198 otherwise known as "The Provincial Water Utilities Act of 1973". Water, being a basic need and pre-requisite to the orderly and well-balanced growth of urban areas is one of the rationales in the creation of the said decree. Absence of an effective local water utility is recognized as a deterrent to economic growth, a hazard to public health, and an irritant to the spirit and well-being of the citizenry.

             The GWD was created thru Sangguniang Bayan Resolution No. 87-59 which was passed by the local government of Guinayangan, Quezon on July 22, 1987.  This resolution gave the Water District full control and administration of the waterworks operations in the Municipality in accordance with Presidential Decree (PD) No. 198, otherwise known as the “Local Water Utilities Act of 1973” as amended by the PD Nos. 768 and 1479.  The same resolution effected the transfer of all existing water supply facilities to the jurisdiction of GWD.

              GWD was given a Conditional Certificate of Conformance (CCC) # 303 on August 18, 1987 by the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) which enabled it to operate under standard specifications.  Its is presently categorized as a Small Water District - D.

               Maulawin Spring Watershed, Bahochoc Springs, San Pedro Springs, Sta. Cruz Springs and San Antonio Spring serve as the main water sources of the GWD and play important role in the continuous operation of the district. More than 3,000 families along 26 barangays have been served by the district through these spring sources. The local government & various non-government organizations are always on the GO to protect, maintain and improve these water sources for the next generations to cherish.

                Presently, members of the governing body of Guinayangan Water District as well as its employees and other stakeholders are doing their best to meet its mission of "providing the residents of Guinayangan with quality water at reasonable cost 24 hours a day through the reliable service of qualified, satisfied, law-abiding and God-fearing public servants".

              

 

 
 

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