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OLWS Public Hearing on Rates scheduled on 6/20/2023

Rates Public Hearing 
Please join us — the Board of Directors will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, June 20, 2023 at 6 p.m. to provide information and receive public input regarding the proposed rate increase of $25.03 for the *average residential customer’s monthly cost, effective July 1, 2023.

All interested persons are invited to provide comment on this matter. Those who wish to provide verbal or written comments during this meeting must register at Further infor­mation can be obtained at or by contacting the District Recorder by email at

*OLWS defines its average residential customer as a single-family residence with a 5/8-inch water meter, monthly water consumption of 6 CCF (hundred cubic feet).

Annual Water Quality Report Now Available 
OLWS is committed to providing you with safe and reliable drinking water. The Water Quality Report shows the work that goes into maintaining and delivering high quality water from the Clackamas River to your tap. The 2022 Water Quality Report is now available at Request a paper copy of the report at or call (503) 654-7765.

Low Impact Recreation on the Clackamas River
The Clackamas River Water Providers received a State Drinking Water Source Protection grant to create the Clackamas Water Trail website. The purpose of this new website is to highlight access points along the lower river, local amenities, and known river conditions and hazards. You may find this website helpful as you plan summer activities on the Clackamas River. See how you can enjoy the Clackamas River while being a good steward by going to

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