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Protecting Our One Planet and One Water

Protecting Our One Planet and One Water

Earth Day returns April 22, but actions you take now can have year-round impact. 

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Joe Gall to Join CWS as Chief Utility Relations Officer

Joe Gall to Join CWS as Chief Utility Relations Officer

Gall will oversee the new Regional Utility Services Department, which will focus on strengthening relationships with CWS partners.

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Proposed CWS Budget: Be Informed and Involved

Proposed CWS Budget: Be Informed and Involved

Budget Committee to Review Fiscal Year 2021-22 Budget

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Looking Back and Forward: COVID-19 Remembrance Month

Looking Back and Forward: COVID-19 Remembrance Month

How CWS staff and our community have worked together to overcome the current crisis and prepare for those that lie ahead.

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Tualatin Interceptor Named Project of the Year

Tualatin Interceptor Named Project of the Year

The Oregon Chapter of the American Public Works Association has recognized the Tualatin Interceptor and Siphon Improvement Project as a 2020 Wastewater Project of the Year

Help Reduce Flooding as Snow Melts

Help Reduce Flooding as Snow Melts

As temperatures warm back up, the combination of rain and melting snow may cause standing water and localized flooding in Washington County.

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