The Mapandan Water District a Government Owned and Controlled Corporation, established on August 1, 2006 when the Local Water Utilities Administration issued a conditional certificate of conformance No. 612 on that same date.
It started when the Sanguniang Bayan passes the SB Resolution no. 148 on April 26, 2006 upon the request of the Hon. Mayor JOSE FERDINAND Z. CALIMLIM JR. and now Vice Governor of Pangasinan, the brain child and eventually the Father of Mapandan Water District. A public hearing was held upon the advised of LWUA for the purpose of forming the District wherein more than 250 sectoral and community attendees agreed for the immediate formation. Hence the Mapandan Water District(MAWADI) was born on August1, 2006.
After creating the District, the municipal mayor appointed five(5) members of the Board and subsequently its General Manager. In year 2007, the laying of pipes, transmission lines and construction of major facilities were implemented.
The Mapandan Water District was once, one of the youngest Local Water Districts in the country during that year. It is geographically located in the province of Pangasinan with a latitude and longitude of 6°1’37.65″ N and 120°27’10.49″ E respectively within the 3rd district of Pangasinan.
The District started almost 350 concessionaires after its actual operation began on April 2008 and served all 15 Baranggays. To date, the concessionaires of the District increased to more than 3,000 households.
As the MAWADI grows and initially categorized as Small Water District in October 2008, and eventually recognized as “D” in 2012, we are developing our mission to provide excellent service to ensure a clean, quality potable water that will flow to every household and we eventually guarantee an immeasurable satisfaction to our beloved concessionaires wit utmost sincerity, dedication and competence.
in 2015, MAWADI has been re-categorized under Category C Local Water District by LWUA.
The District is headed by Engr. ISAGANI D. DACANAY as the General Manager. He is assisted by twenty-three regular personnel(including casual status) and three Job Order employees to be able to serve the public effectively.