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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

  • Water Rate Increase Effective November 1

    The District's revised water rates go into effect Thursday, November 1. In September 2017, TVWD's Board of Commissioners adopted rates for two years with the first increase effective November 1, 2017 and the second increase effective November 1, 2018. TVWD customers are invited to attend one of two public open houses. The format of the open house will be a short presentation, followed by customers being able to visit staff to ask questions and get information on the Willamette Water Supply Program and other TVWD infrastructure projects, water quality, customer service, and budget/finance.

  • TVWD Proposed Fee Changes for Plan Review & Inspection Services

    TVWD is considering the way that plan review and inspection fees are established. TVWD does not currently use a full-cost recovery method for the plan review and inspection fees. TVWD plans to increase fees to recover its costs of providing plan review and inspection services to provide equity amongst new and existing customers.

  • TVWD Proposed Rate Reclassification of Duplex Customers

    TVWD is considering a proposed change to the classification for duplex customers from single-family residential to multifamily residential. This idea was advanced from the volunteer citizen Rate Advisory Committee, because two homes are more likely to end up in Block 2 when they are being billed as a single home. If this recommendation is approved by the Board of Commissioners, duplex customers will see a change in how their water volume block rates thresholds are determined starting on their first full bill on or after November 1, 2018.


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