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The Municipalities served by Shoshone Municipal Pipeline
In 2017, the City of Cody purchased 572 million gallons, 48.0% of the water SMP delivered.

Shoshone Municipal Pipeline (SMP) wholesales water to its seven member entities. 

All of the water delivered by SMP to entities we serve either meets or is of higher quality than that required by the EPA's Drinking Water Quality Standards. 

In 2017, SMP delivered 1.192 billion gallons of treated water.

In 2017, the City of Powell purchased 295 million gallons, 24.8% of the water SMP delivered.
In 2017, the Town of Byron purchased 16 million gallons, 1.3% of the water SMP delivered.
In 2017, the Town of Lovell purchased 92 million gallons, 7.7% of the water SMP delivered.
In 2017, the Town of Deaver purchased 7.1 million gallons, 0.6% of the water SMP delivered.
In 2017, the Northwest Rural Water District purchased 199 million gallons, 16.7% of the water SMP delivered. SMP delivers water to the Northwest Rural Water Districts Heart Mountain, O'Donnel, Southfork, Deaver/Frannie, Lovell Rural, Sage Creek/Cooper Lane, North Cody, Garland, and North End services areas.
In 2017, the Town of Frannie purchased 11.2 million gallons, 0.9% of the water SMP delivered.