CWS is among the 61 utilities recognized for exceptional performance in innovative and sustainable utility management practices.
Dr. Locicero of Clean Water Services has been awarded an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science & Technology Policy Fellowship with a placement at the National Science Foundation.
There are two vacancies on the Clean Water Advisory Commission for representatives who own, manage or work for a business that operates within Clean Water Services' boundaries.
Record-setting temperatures this spring have prompted Clean Water Services to begin releasing cool water from Hagg Lake and Barney Reservoir to improve water quality and support fish and wildlife in the Tualatin River Watershed.
Clean Water Services' Board of Directors will meet to consider the proposed 2016-17 Budget that includes a 3.56 percent increase in sewer and surface water charges at a Public Hearing, Tuesday, June 21, at 10 am in Hillsboro.