Springfield Utility Board

SUB’s Water Pay Station

SUB provides a water dispensing station available for public use. You do not need to be a SUB customer to use the station.

The water station is located at 202 S. 18th Street in Springfield and is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

How to Purchase and Access Water:
In order to operate the water pay station, customers will need to supply their own fire hose. The water pay station has a standard 2 1/2 “ diameter NST (National Standard Thread) male connector.

  • Fire hoses can be purchased locally at the following companies: A-1 Coupling, Omlid & Swinney, and Munnell & Sherrill.
  • The cost to begin the flow of water is $2.00. The station only accepts quarters.
  • The station will flow 320 gallons of water.
  • If you require less water, use the shut-off button.
  • If you require more, simply feed more quarters into the pay station before shut-off occurs. The flow rate will adjust to approximately 40 gallons per additional quarter.


Please note that EWEB also operates a water dispensing station at 3402 W. First Avenue in Eugene.

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