A merger with King County Water District Number 56 was completed in November, 1987. On August 7, 1994, the District changed its name to “Lakehaven Utility District”. On October 6, 2016 the name was officially changed to “Lakehaven Water and Sewer District” to better describe the products provided to the community.
The District has, under one name or another, provided service to the Federal Way area for more than 50 years. The water system includes 400 miles of mainline, 22 wells and 12 storage tanks with an approximate storage capacity of 31 million gallons. The average daily pumping rate is about 10.6 million gallons per day (MGD).
The sewer system includes 350 miles of mainline, 27 pump stations and 2 secondary wastewater treatment plants. The Redondo Plant is designed for an average flow of 4.32 MGD, The Lakota Plant is designed for an average flow of 10 MGD.
Lakehaven Achieves AAA Rating