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Get paid to use less water

Tualatin Valley Water District has a variety of rebate programs for residential, industrial, and commercial customers that pay you for purchasing water-efficient goods and services.

 

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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.

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September is National Preparedness Month

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Does your emergency kit have one gallon of water per person per day, with enough to last for 14 days? Be sure to take the #14Gallonschallenge!




Willamette Water Supply Program

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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

  • New Online Bill Payment System Now Available

    You spoke and we listened. TVWD has changed to a new, user-friendly and secure online payment system called Paymentus and it is now available. TVWD has contracted with a new vendor - Paymentus - after conducting a rigorous product selection process which included customer testing and evaluations. Customers who currently pay online or through the interactive voice response will be pleased to hear that Paymentus is user friendly while protecting personal financial information.

  • TVWD Board Considering New Water Rates

    The TVWD Board of Commissioners is considering a two-year water rate increase. If approved in September, the proposed new water rates will take effect on November 1, 2017 and November 1, 2018. Setting a two-year rate process was one of the recommendations from TVWD's citizen volunteer Rate Advisory Committee.

  • TVWD Lead Results Well Below EPA Action Levels

    Lead in drinking water is a local and national health concern. Fortunately, TVWD customers have lead results well below federal limits, according to the most recent round of samp­ling. 113 high-risk homes in the TVWD service area were tested for lead in this latest round of sampling. TVWD found 90 percent of the homes tested had lead levels that were less than half of the federal action level and 56 percent of homes had no detectable lead at all. Only three homes exceeded the Environmental Protection Agency’s action level for lead.

 

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