Sometime in year 2003, Amadeo, Cavite led by the energetic Municipal Mayor Hon. Albert “OJ” G. Ambagan, Jr. earned the favorable approval by the stakeholders in setting up a water district which will handle the day to day affairs and operation of water system in the municipality.

Through Sangguniang Bayan Resolution no. 153 of May 2003, the formation of Amadeo Water District has been resolved and approved. It was subsequently followed by Resolution No. 155 of the same year, approving the composition of the Board of Directors of the Amadeo Water District.

With the subsidy extended by the Local Government Unit for a period of one (1) year, the Water District  manage to implement its objective --to maintain its day to day operation and to serve its concessionaires with sincerity, integrity and honesty.

Agency Profile

The Amadeo Water District (AWD) was formed locally last May 26, 2003 through Resolution No. 153, Series of 2003 passed by the Sangguniang Bayan of the Municipality of Amadeo, Cavite. Five members of the Board of Directors (BOD) were appointed to pass the Resolution forming the Water District and to act as the policy-making body of the AWD and represent the following sectors; Civic-oriented Organizations, Professional Associations, Business Associations, Educational Institutions and Women’s Organizations. Resolution No. 01, Series 2003 was passed on May 24, 2003 by the Board of Directors of AWD appointing Engr. Nilo C. dela Peña as the General Manager of Amadeo Water District. A Conditional Certificate of Conformance No. 601 was awarded to Amadeo Water District on September 29, 2003 by the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) in recognition of its full conformance with the Standards of water service to the public.

At present, Amadeo Water District is situated at 012 J. dela Peña St.  Brgy. 9, Amadeo, Cavite. It is now categorized as Category C Water District with the above-mentioned General Manager and five members Board of Directors as policy - makers. AWD has twenty four (24) Regular employees and nineteen (19) Job-order employees. Currently, AWD is already operating ten (10) Pumping Stations and covering the service areas of eleven (11) barrios and twelve (12) barangays in Poblacion serving more than 6, 000 concessionaires as of July 2017.

Strategic Objective

  1. Provide sustainable, safe and clean water, resulting to exceptional public service.
  2. Ensure efficient management of financial resources.
  3. Servicing the whole area of the Municipality.
  4. Improvement/ Upgrading of the water system facilities.
  5. Promote highly skilled and well-organized team to deliver a more quality service.
  6. Strengthen partnerships and linkages with other organizations through initiating projects and programs towards community development.