Clean Water Services believes in the power of equitable community engagement and partnership. Dialogue and collaboration with residents, ratepayers, and community organizations helps us serve our region and reflects our shared values. We know the best way to achieve outcomes that help us all is to make sure the public has the opportunity learn about and provide input on policies, projects, and programs that matter to them.
We recognize that engagement must be culturally appropriate, inclusive, and responsive to needs and barriers of historically underserved communities.
Ways to Participate
- Clean Water Advisory Commission (CWAC)
- Washington County Board Meetings
- Visit our table at one of several community events
- Contact Shannon Huggins via email or at 503.681.3600