The Beaver Water District is located in the unincorporated town of Beaver in Tillamook County, established in 1971. Our water comes from the surface of Beaver Creek.
Keeping you informed
Since December 2012, we have been working with HBH Consulting Engineers, for the purpose of obtaining a Master Plan that will allow the District to pursue the proper path toward a sustainable water system. The existing water system, especially the water treatment plant is aging, approaching 30 years old and at times, unable to operate due to turbidity levels in Beaver Creek. The existing water reservoir is a 150,000 gallon steel tank. As a result, the District is unable to approve water services at this time and still provide good quality drinking water to it's existing customers. Our desire is to keep our customers informed and aware of the District operations. You may download a copy of the Technical Memorandum that was produced by HBH Consulting Engineers on our Documents Page. Please read about our Master Plan on the Master Plan update page of our website and consider attending our monthly board meetings to learn more and ask questions.
Our next board meeting is Thursday, November 13th, at 6:15pm at the Fire hall in Beaver. Tests of the water quality of the well in Nestucca Bend are underway with the expectation of incorporating it into our water supply. The Board of Directors has accepted the Master Plan and is moving forward on getting funding information to pay for the improvements.
Let us know
We are looking into accepting credit card payments as a convenience to our customers. There would be a flat rate fee to cover the credit card processing fee, as specified by the credit card companies. Is this something you would be interested in? Let Lisa know on the Contact Us Page.