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Local Business Partners Recognized for Environmental Efforts

Local Business Partners Recognized for Environmental Efforts

Forty-two Washington County industries were recognized for completing 2018 with a perfect pretreatment compliance record.

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Clean Water Services' Budget Committee to Review Fiscal Year 2019-20 Budget

Clean Water Services' Budget Committee to Review Fiscal Year 2019-20 Budget

Clean Water Services' Budget Committee will meet Friday, May 3, to review the proposed 2019-20 Budget which includes a 3.47 percent increase in sewer and surface water charges.

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Clean Water Services Retrofit Plan Submitted to DEQ

Clean Water Services Retrofit Plan Submitted to DEQ

Under CWS’ Watershed Permit, the District has been implementing a stormwater retrofit program for developed areas that lack adequate stormwater treatment.

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Earth Day, Every Day

Earth Day, Every Day

Find ways to make a difference this Earth Day with year-round benefits for the watershed. 

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2019 Native Plant Sales

2019 Native Plant Sales

Create a natural landscape that needs less water, fewer chemicals, and is resistant to pests and diseases.

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Let Your Love Flow

Let Your Love Flow

We've been in a committed relationship with the Tualatin River for more than 49 years, join us and show the river some love.

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World Wetlands Day 2019

World Wetlands Day 2019

Learn about the benefits and importance of wetlands and celebrate World Wetlands Day on February 2.

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Beef Bend Road to Close Temporarily

Beef Bend Road to Close Temporarily

Construction near King City requires a temporary road closure for SW Beef Bend Road from February 4 through March 5, 2019.

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Find Frogs and Spot Salamanders

Find Frogs and Spot Salamanders

Volunteer to help find amphibian egg masses at local parks and natural areas. 

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