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Hydrant Flushing Enhances Water Quality


Hydrant flushing involved opening fire hydrants at scheduled intervals to allow the water to flow through the pipes. This enhances water quality by flushing sediment from the pipes, verifies proper hydrant and valve operation, and helps maintain firefighting capabilities. Learn more about this important process or take a look at our current flushing areas.

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! You can also take a look at the Program's permit application.

Current News

  • TVWD Lead Results Well Below EPA Action Levels

    TVWD’s October 2017 round of testing showed that customers receive water with lead test results below the federal standard. TVWD tested for lead from 112 samples collected from high-risk homes. The federal standard for this monitoring is based on having 90% of the homes tested with a lead level of no greater than 15 parts per billion. Based on TVWD’s latest monitoring, 90% of the homes tested had a lead level of nine parts per billion or less, which is about 60% of the standard. Forty percent (40%) of the homes had no detectable lead at all.

  • Fall Color in Bull Run Water

    TVWD customers may notice a slight color change in their drinking water in the coming weeks. The change in color is typical for the unfiltered Bull Run water supply during the fall. The pale, tea-colored tint is due to the seasonal lowering of reservoirs in the Bull Run Watershed. We start each summer with the reservoirs brim-full, then levels decrease during the dry summers until rains return in the fall. Your drinking water is continually monitored and meets, or is better than, all state and federal water quality standards.

  • Cryptosporidium Detections in Bull Run Watershed

    The Portland Water Bureau has detected Cryptosporidium, a potentially disease-causing microorganism, in water samples collected at the Bull Run Watershed intake during the months of September, October and November. These detections follow other low-level detections from January through March of this year as part of Portland's ongoing monitoring for Cryptosporidium.


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