The Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership works every day to prepare for emergencies, adapt to changing conditions, and prepare for the future. All of this work contributes to a more resilient water system and region.
November is National Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month, a time to recognize the vital role that water infrastructure (like pipes, reservoirs, and treatment facilities) plays in keeping your water safe and available, now and in the future. In order to make our water system more resilient, we work together with other water providers to share resources, conduct trainings, maintain emergency contacts, and keep our region’s water safe for generations to come.
To be more resilient as a region, we all need to be prepared together. While we are working with our partners, you can get prepared for emergencies with your household. Join our efforts by starting your emergency preparedness efforts with water with a free kit from the Regional Water Providers Consortium, available in English and Spanish. By working together, we can make the region more resilient.