Wheatland Electric formed in 1948 in response to community need and, ever since, the Co-op has tried to address other Western Kansas needs as they surface. That’s why, in 2000 Wheatland got into the water business. The co-op’s leadership became aware that the area was beginning to struggle with water quality issues and constructed a water treatment plant to address that need.
Today Wheatland’s water plant treats over 2.5 billion gallons of water a year by removing impurities through a sophisticated reverse osmosis treatment system.
Wheatland Water does not serve individual homes and businesses directly, so if you have a question about your service, please contact your local provider.
If you have a general question about Wheatland Water, we look forward to hearing from you. To contact Wheatland Water please contact Wheatland's corporate office at:
101 S Main
Scott City, KS