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News Release
Tualatin Valley Water District's Rate Advisory Committee Meeting - 03/14/23

The Tualatin Valley Water District (TVWD) Rate Advisory Committee will hold Session 6 on Tuesday, March 21, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. at TVWD Headquarters, which is located at 1850 SW 170th Avenue in Beaverton.  

The meeting is accessible to persons with disabilities and those who need qualified bilingual interpreters. A request for an interpreter for the hearing impaired, a bilingual interpreter or for other accommodations should be made at least 72 hours before the meeting to Andrea.Watson@tvwd.org or call (503) 848-3012 by 4:30 p.m. Thursday, March 16, 2023.  

If you are unable to attend but would like to provide comment, please complete the Public Comment Form at: tvwd.org/CommentsRAC  

The Rate Advisory Committee meeting agenda and additional information regarding TVWD's Rate Advisory Committee are available here.  

About TVWD  

TVWD serves about 217,700 customers in parts of Washington County, Oregon. Our service area covers more than 41 square miles including portions of Beaverton, Hillsboro, Tigard and unincorporated Washington County.  

TVWD is fortunate to have several excellent water sources that allow us to be prepared to meet the range of supply and demand conditions that occur in our region, including the Joint Water Commission source and the future Willamette Water Supply System which will fully replace the PWB supply by 2026.  The water TVWD delivers regardless of source continues to be safe to drink and meets all federal and state drinking water standards.  

TVWD is the managing agency for the WWSS, an additional water supply for the region which is being constructed in partnership with the City of Hillsboro and the City of Beaverton. The WWSS includes intake facilities, over 30 miles of pipes, a water treatment plant and two storage reservoirs. The system will deliver fresh, high-quality, treated water from the Willamette River to 400,000 Washington County residents and businesses, and is being built to the highest seismic safety standard to recover quickly after a major earthquake. The investments in the WWSS will provide reliable, quality drinking water for generations to come. 

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