North Shore Water Commission

Roles and Responsibilities

The North Shore Water Commission (NSWC) operates and maintains the Water Filtration Plant at 400 West Bender Road in Glendale as well as the Raw Water Pumping Station located in Whitefish Bay. The NSWC is responsible for purifying and pumping potable water to its member utilities which include Fox Point, Glendale, and Whitefish Bay.

Meeting Times

  • Please check the agenda for the exact date, time, and location of the meeting.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings on the North Shore Water Commission website.


  • Scott Botcher, Village Manager, Alternate - Term Expires 2023
  • Scott Brandmeier, Alternate - Term Expires 2023


The NSWC is governed by three appointed Commissioners and three Alternates with equal representation from Fox Point, Glendale, and Whitefish Bay. Each member is appointed by his/her respective municipality for a term of one year. Annually, the responsibilities of Chairman, Secretary and Member are rotated giving each community equal share of authority. Under normal circumstances, the NSWC convenes monthly and reviews the operation and maintenance of the water treatment facility as well as water quality concerns. After discussion, the NSWC votes on proposed action, spending, and budgets. Capital improvements, such as the UV disinfection upgrade, must be unanimously approved and financed by the member communities.