The Bago City Water District (BACIWAD), Bago City, Negros Occidental was created by virtue of Resolution No. 222 dated June 24, 1987 and was issued a Conditional Certificate of Conformance (CCC) No. 317 dated October 29, 1987 by the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA).
On August 13, 1987, BACIWAD took over the Water System from NAWASA by virtue of the Deed of Transfer. The facilities included two (2) concrete elevated reservoir, three (3) deep wells, dilapidated pumping equipments and few kilometers of transmission and distribution lines, BACIWAD had two (2) separate water systems, one serving the City Proper and the neighboring Barangays, and the other one served Barangay Ma-ao.
On October 13, 1991, a Supreme Court decision was promulgated declaring all Water Districts as Government Owned and/or Controlled Corporation. This put all water districts under the jurisdiction of the Civil Service Commission (CSC), and the Department of Budget and Management.
BACIWAD is also serving the domestic water needs of the residents of Municipality of Pulupandan, Negros Occidental, on a whole sale rate.