What is this Project?

This project creates a reliable water system that delivers high-quality drinking water from the Clackamas River to the communities of Lake Oswego and Tigard. Learn more...

The new drinking water treatment method is conventional filtration plus ozone. Learn more... The new water system is the most earthquake resilient in Oregon. Learn more... It isn't easy being green, but the new system is sustainable and energy efficient. Learn more...

Project News

Thursday - June 22, 2017

Tigard marks 'independence' not with fireworks but waterworks

by Mark Miller, The Times - June 19, 2017

In the news...

There were no bands, parades or skyrockets in flight to mark the occasion, but Tigard officials celebrated "Water Independence Day" earlier this month.

On June 9, 2016, the water supply Tigard had been purchasing from the Portland Water Bureau was shut off — and taps within Tigard's service area began pouring water from the Clackamas River.

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Friday - June 9, 2017

All work complete at the Waluga Reservoir Site!

Aerial Photo by Unique Perspectives Aerial Photography - June 2017

Waluga Reservoir 1 Roof Replacement Construction Update

Construction and site restoration was completed last month for the WR1 roof replacement project! The 4 million gallon reservoir is back online, servicing Tigard and Lake Oswego. The pathways through the reservoir site are now reopened.

Neighbors, thank you for your continued patience throughout construction and replacement of the WR1 roof.

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Wednesday - May 24, 2017

Ozone system up and running; WTP paving to take place next week

Preparation and grading taking place for the new pathway.

Water Treatment Plant Construction Update

Major site work is expected to be complete in June. Unfortunately, due to record-setting wet weather, installation of the landscaping has been extended until late July. Crews have been postponed with completing site work and installing the irrigation system due to saturated soil conditions across the site. This has also pushed back installation of the hundreds of trees, shrubs and groundcovers to be installed across the 9-acre site.

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