All water providers that hold water rights are required by the State of Oregon Water Resources Department to conduct a Water Conservation Program. Conservation delays the cost of new reservoirs, pumping stations, larger water mains, and reduces the impact on our rivers and streams. Conservation helps assure that our children will have enough water to meet their future needs. If we waste water and do not think of the future, we squander a precious resource.




Water Management and Conservation Plan (WMCP) (2011)

WMCP 5 Year Progress Report (2016)

Additional Water Conservation Resources

Serving Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties, the Regional Water Providers Consortium is a group of 23 water providers and the regional government Metro. Participation in the Consortium is voluntary and is funded through membership dues.

Visit the Regional Water Providers Consortium website:

As a member, you can sign up to receive a quarterly conservation e-newsletter, the Weekly Watering Number, and upcoming conservation workshops.

Sign up here.

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