Brief History

The BINMALEY WATER DISTRICT (BIWAD) was created on August 5, 1978 by the  Sangguniang Bayan of Binmaley through Resolution No. 40, s. 1978. Subsequently, a Conditional Certificate of Conformance was issued by the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) pursuant to PD 198. With its existence, the municipal government of Binmaley transferred to BIWAD the ownership and management of the waterworks system used to be run and operated by the former. In 1992, all water districts were declared as Government Owned and Controlled Corporations by the Supreme Court in the landmark case of Davao City Water District vs. Civil Service Commission.

As of September 30, 2016, the district has ten (10) wells catering on a 24/7 service to the community. The district is also a beneficiary of two water treatment plants from the Japanese Government through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The said facilities are serving a total population of 64,668 with clean, clear, potable and affordable water.

At present, the district has 10,768 active service connections with thirty three (33) hardworking employees under the stewardship of Engr. Mariano V. Gonzalo as General Manager, whose overall management and supervision earned for the district an outstanding performance awards. With the assistance and support of five Board of Directors functioning as policy makers and with the cooperation of the staff, the BINMALEY WATER DISTRICT diligently and efficiently performs its mission to be of service to the people of Binmaley.


Partnering with the Local Government for Binmaley’s Progress, the Binmaley Water District  provides safe, potable and high quality water in a responsive manner and at the most economical cost to its concessionaires.


Binmaley Water District shall become the premier self-sufficient provider of reliable and affordable water service in the Province of Pangasinan.