The Donsol Water Supply System has been operational since 1938 with springs abandoned in 1965 and 8 km from the Poblacion – as a source of supply. It was originally managed and operated by the defunct National Water and Sewerage Administration (NAWASA).

In 1959, operation and maintenance of the water system was transferred to the municipal government, which managed the system until 1978 when the Donsol Water district was formed by virtue of Sangguniang Bayan Resolution No. 15, S-78.

The Donsol Water District was formed in April 15, 1978 and subsequently issued a Conditional Certificate of Conformance (CCC) No. 072 on January 17, 1979. In 1988 an Immediate Improvement Program (IIP) in the amount of P1.3-M was implemented by LWUA, the major components of which include the rehabilitation of existing pipelines and installation of service connections. The water system was further rehabilitated in 1995 through a P4.9-M financial assistance extended by LWUA, which realized the construction of an additional well source and pumping facilities; and installation of pipelines and service connections.

The Water Supply System currently serves the Poblacion (Bororan, Central, Market Site, Poso, Punta, Waling-Waling, Awaii, Ogod, Rawis, Boang, Tres Marias and Tupas) and Six (6) adjacent barangays of (Dancalan, Pang-Pang, Gimagaan, Vinisitahan, Tinanogan and Sibago).

The existing system facilities includes four (4) deep wells of which one is non-operational due to water quality problem which is Tupas Pumping Station. While Layuan, Tres Marias and Sibago Pumping Stations are operational. Chlorination facilities, three ground reservoir, transmission pipelines and distribution network including valves, hydrants and service connections comprising the pumping facilities.

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Donsol Water District