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Notice of Proposed Rate Increase for Non-Residential Customers

Public Hearing – Notice of Proposed Water Rate Increase

March 29, 2021

Ever Wonder What We Do At Night?

February 15, 2021

Sometimes it’s fixing a leak.  We’re here 24/7 to assure your water keeps flowing. Check out our crew in action: January 2021 main break But night work is dangerous.  Poor visibility and low lighting is a problem. Drivers may also be distracted. So, please be cautious if you see us out at night.  Help us out…

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Fire Impacts on the Clackamas Watershed

September 14, 2020

A message from the Clackamas River Water Providers Watershed Riverside Fire The Fires in Clackamas County continue to burn and have a heavy impact on our residents and all resources are going into the evacuation effort, fire suppression, and the support of life safety measures. Water demands in the areas closest to the fire have…

Fall 2020 reservoir 11 project

Reservoir 11 – Fall 2020

September 4, 2020

The construction work at Reservoir 11 has been largely completed with only a few tasks left to do. Work on the landscaping will begin the week after Labor Day. The end of this monumental project is in sight.

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Reservoir 11 – Spring 2020

April 29, 2020

Spring weather has arrived, and with it, the final push to complete the reservoir project.  Construction activities will be begin again on or after May 11.  The primary tasks remaining are connection to a storm water line in SE Verlie Street, backfilling around the reservoir, and final grading in preparation for landscaping in the fall.…


COVID-19 Message

March 20, 2020

A Message to Our Customers — Coronavirus (COVID-19) Due to COVID-19 our offices will be closed to the public until further notice.  Our administrative staff is working remotely and customer service remains available by phone during normal business hours.  A payment drop box is available at the office for those wishing to deliver payment in…

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Can I get COVID-19 from my tap water?

March 13, 2020

The answer is simply NO! Your tap water is safe to drink. There is no known transmission pathway for the virus in the drinking water system. The virus does not survive the treatment and disinfection process. A links for more information can be found at:, EPA and CDC.

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Reservoir 11 – Fall Update

October 22, 2019

Wet weather has moved in and construction activities at the reservoir site will be suspended until drier weather arrives in the spring.  We were pushing hard to try and complete back filling before the wet season arrived, but nearly record rainfall in September made that impossible.  There are two primary reasons for this.  First, it…

Reservoir 11 – Summer Updates

August 9, 2019

August 9 – The reservoir has passed leak tests and been placed in operation. Even though the site still needs extensive work to return it to normal, the reservoir has water in it and is being used as part of the water system. Trucks will begin hauling material to the site to backfill around the reservoir…

Reservoir 11 – Spring Update

March 27, 2019

March 27 – Put a lid on it!  The contractor will pour half of the roof of the reservoir on Friday.  On Friday, March 29th crews will start setting up at 7:00 AM, with the first concrete truck scheduled to arrive at 7:30 AM.  It is anticipated that 25 trucks, or about 2500 cubic yards…