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Are you moving into our district?

Let us know the date and we'll be sure to have your water service ready when you get here! Call (503) 848-3000 or sign up online.


Summer Is Here!


Take a look at our Outdoor Water Conservation Tips for information on how to use water wisely this summer, or check out the Weekly Watering Numbers for a better idea on how much water your yard needs!

Willamette Water Supply Program


TVWD, Hillsboro and the partners of the Willamette Water Supply Program have a Web site detailing everything to know about the your newest future water supply. Please take a minute to check it out!

Current News

  • Washington County Hot Weather Help

    Washington County has released a variety of great tips on staying cool during the current heat wave. For places to go and other great tips, visit www.co.washington.or.us/HHS/hot-weather.cfm. Also, don't forget - your irrigation needs might increase with the hot weather. Visit the Regional Water Providers Consoritum's Weekly Watering Number (www.regionalh2o.org/weekly-watering-number) for the amount of water your lawn needs this week and other efficient watering tips.

  • TVWD Board of Commissioners Appoints New Member

    The TVWD Board of Commissioners appointed Dr. Todd Sanders to the board for a term ending June 30, 2019. He replaces Commissioner Richard Burke, who left the board when he moved his residence outside of the district’s service area.

  • Cyanotoxin Monitoring

    TVWD is testing for cyanotoxins at various entry points to the water distribution system. This monitoring was scheduled in 2017 as part of the EPA's Unregulated Contaminants Monitoring Rule (UCMR4). If cyanotoxins levels are detected at or above the Oregon Heath Authority guidelines, TVWD will notify its customers of any health risks and the necessary precautions individuals should take. Test results as of August 1: No detection, no advisory necessary.


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