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Commissioner's view: New facility is a federal mandate, and will create jobs and safer water.
Cryptosporidium Monitoring Update
If you’re not someone who is great at fixing things, there’s always YouTube. Even better, there’s Fix-it Fair!
Portland’s water is safe to drink for the general population.
Bull Run, Beaverton projects focus on critical reliability upgrades to protect public health.
Barred and spotted owls are in an unequal match-up. They vie for the same land, food, and nesting habitat to raise their young. And the invasive barred owls are winning, thanks to a few important advantages.
What’s important to you and what concerns you when it comes to our water supply?
Stop by one of these upcoming events to order a free lead test kit, pick up a faucet aerator, and learn about our Financial Assistance program.
Climate expert Kavita Heyn recently spoke with Matt Zaffino, meteorologist at KGW, about what we're doing to better understand what a warmer climate means for Portland's drinking water system.
Replace your water-cooled ice machine with a new ENERGY STAR ® certified air-cooled model and save big.
That dripping faucet or pipe may be wasting more water than you’d ever imagine.
A leaky toilet flapper can mean hundreds of gallons of water lost each day. Make sure yours isn’t slacking on the job with these simple steps.
Watch behind-the-scenes videos, discover how to save money and water, and get special event invitations in this free monthly email newsletter.
Keeping the meter area clean and clear help our meter readers do their job safely and efficiently
Learn about the Bull Run water treatment projects, ask questions, and provide feedback to Water Bureau staff.
Discover what's new at the Washington Park worksite.
One personal tale of growing water wisdom.
You can now register for an in-person tour of the Washington Park Reservoir Improvement Project.
Water Bureau offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 4.
If you have an automatic irrigation system, and are a Portland Water Bureau customer, you may be eligible for a free landscape irrigation check-up.
Starting today, anyone who has access to a computer with an internet connection can take an online tour of one of the largest public works projects in Portland’s recent history.
Registration is now open for tours of Portland’s two water sources: The Bull Run Watershed and the Columbia South Shore Well Field.
On Wednesday, June 20, the Portland Water Bureau will begin using its groundwater wells in the Columbia South Shore Well Field to ensure adequate water supply to its customers.
Discover recent job openings at the Portland Water Bureau.
Get ready for summer with a visit from a local water efficiency expert.
Water use data tells a tale.
Leaks in homes account for 1 trillion gallons of water loss nation-wide every year. Here’s what you can do when your home plumbing takes a leak.
Fruitcake and main breaks: the uninvited guests of the holiday season.
Groundwater activated on Feb. 13.
A Student Art Exhibit at City Hall
Student Art Exhibit at City Hall