Water Rates and Charges

Clackamas River Water is a self-sustaining water provider and does not receive any tax dollars. CRW's revenue is generated directly from water sales and is spent on water operations, projects, and system maintenance.

Water Rate Schedules

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Residential Water Rate Estimator

If you are a residential customer you can use the calculator below to estimate your water bill. First select your meter size. Then enter the average number of CCFs* used in your household. Please enter whole numbers only.

Hint: The average home has a 3/4" meter.

*CRW bills are calculated based on units of 100 cubic feet (CCF) - 1 CCF = 748 gallons.

What are service charges?
Service charges are fixed charges applied to all customers regardless of consumption. These charges help maintain basic functions of water treatment, water distribution, customer service, infrastructure maintenance and fire prevention. These costs are also fixed for the district regardless of water production.

What are commodity charges?
Commodity charges reflect the amount of water actually used by a customer over the billing period. Revenue generated from water usage also supports fixed charges. However, the rate structure is designed to  promote conservation and responsible water usage by charging customers who use smaller amounts of water less money.

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