Brief History: The original water system was constructed by the defunct National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA) in the year 1961 and it was operated until 1972 with a total connection of 180. On that year, 1972, NAWASA was abolished and it was turned over to the Municipality of San Felipe Local Government Unit but operation after turned over stopped due to financial problems. In the year 1986 the Municipality of San Felipe resumed the operation until 1990. On September 1990 turnover was made to San Felipe Water District and operation assumed with a total of 377 service connections covering only six (6) numbers of Barangays.
Conditional Certificate of Conformance #472 issued on the 31st day of October 1990 by the Local Water Utilities Administration.
San Felipe Water District believes in providing basic public service that is responsive and acceptable and commits to achieve its;
The San Felipe Water District is committed to supply safe, adequate, affordable water and provides dependable service.
The San Felipe Water District is a public water utility that is enduring, unfailing and self-reliant in providing quality water to the community.
The San Felipe Water District aims a sufficient supply of safe water at affordable rate.