FAll hydrant flushing:

Fall hydrant flushing is planned to begin on October 2, 2023 and will take approximately two weeks to complete.  During this time residents may experience discolored water from the iron being flushed from the system.  This is normal and should clear one the flushing in your area is completed.  Water is safe to consume during the flushing process. If you experience rusty water, wait until flushing has subsided then run the cold water tap in your bathtub or utility sink until it runs clear.  Remember rust colored water is safe, but it may stain laundry.  If this happens, keep clothes wet and treat them with stain remover. 

Payment Address:

Mill Creek WRD
P.O. Box 4290
Carol Stream, IL 60197-4290

2023 Meeting dates:

2023 Meeting Schedule


Next Meeting is November 28, 2023

November 28, 2023 Meeting Agenda

To Start or Cancel Service:

To start new service or to cancel your existing service please contact Sheaffer & Roland, Inc. at 630-208-9898.  For faster service please email your request to Sheaffer & Roland, Inc. at the email below:


Cross Connection Control Ordinance:

Pursuant to Illinois Plumbing Code and Mill Creek Water Reclamation District Ordinance all homeowners with in-ground irrigation systems or an automatic pool fill connection must have an approved backflow prevention device installed to protect the public water supply.  Furthermore these backflow prevention devices are required to be tested annually by a certified technician.  The District retains the services of Backflow Solutions, Inc. (BSI) to maintain the records of such testing.  The Districts Cross Connection Control Ordinance can be found in the Ordinances & Resolutions section.  If you have a backflow prevention device you are required to provide the annual testing results to the District via BSI.  Please contact the District Engineer with any questions.

Mill Creek Water Reclamation District:

The Mill Creek Water Reclamation District is an Illinois special district that provides potable water, sanitary services and stormwater management facilities to the residents and customers of the District. The District is governed through its three (3) appointed Trustees. The District has no employees.

For General information requests please email: info@MillCreekWRD.com

James Dougherty - President
Ben D' Andrea - Vice President
Mark Hammond- Treasurer

District Mailing Address: 
Mill Creek Water Reclamation District
P.O. Box 229
Geneva, IL 60134

Mail Payments to:
Mill Creek WRD
P.O. Box 4290
Carol Stream, IL 60197-4290

Pay Bill Online.

General Questions & Water Quality: 
Sheaffer & Roland, Inc.
District Engineer & Operator
(630) 208-9898

After Hours Emergency: (630) 675-9963 

Billing Questions: 
District Billing Company
(866) 925-8610

Mill creek pond faq:

Below find a link to a document with some of the most frequently asked questions by residents regarding the ponds in the Mill Creek Subdivision.

Stormwater Management Pond FAQ

Lawn Sprinkling Ordinance:

Please remember to observe the districts Odd/Even watering ordinance and water only between the hours of 6:00-9:00 AM and PM.  Homes with addresses ending in an odd number are permitted to irrigate on odd days.  Homes with addresses ending in an even number are permitted to irrigate on even days. 

Mill Creek Water Reclamation District

Cyber link disclaimer:

This Website contains a link to a third party website for online payment of utility services. Mill Creek Water Reclamation District is not responsible for, nor does it control, the content, products, or services provided by this linked website and makes no warranties, either express or implied, concerning the content of such website, including the accuracy, completeness, reliability or suitability thereof for any particular purpose.  

DAUpler Notification Sysyem:

The MCWRD is now able to send mass text and phone notifications to residents regarding service information like hydrant flushing, emergency repairs and boil orders through the Daupler notification system.  You can sign up though the link below.  A guide has also been included to make the sign up process simple.  This system does not replace the Kane County Code Red System.  This system will be used for water and sewer system notifications only.

Sign Up Link

Sign Up Guide

INformation and Public Records Requests:

For General information requests please email: info@MillCreekWRD.com

For public records requests please use the Information page.

KAne County Reverse 911 CodeRED:

Kane County CodeRED System Signup

CodeRED® Emergency Telephone Notification System

The CodeRED® Emergency Telephone Notification System can help inform you and your family when an emergency or disaster threatens your community and you need to take immediate action.

CodeRED® is intended for community emergency notifications resulting from such threats as hazardous materials spills, Public Health emergencies, flooding or missing children. Severe weather watches and warnings will not be broadcast over CodeRED® as there are a number of more efficient systems available for this purpose, such as the NOAA Weather Radio Network and the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) that comes on all new cell phones.

2024 Budget:

Below please find the proposed budget for 2024 along with the Public Notice for the 2024 Budget and Appropriation Public Hearing scheduled for November 28, 2023 at 7:00pm.

2024 Preliminary Budget

Public Hearing Notice

Water Quality:

2019 CCR

2020 CCR

2021 CCR

2022 CCR

All current testing results can be found at the link below:

IEPA Drinking Water Watch