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Making Sense of Water Cents

Making Sense of Water Cents
Water permeates our daily lives so often, it’s easy to take it for granted. We need it to drink, cook and clean. We need it for sanitation, fire protection, and keeping the community beautiful. We need it to live.

The City of Tigard supplies water to Durham, King City, two-thirds of Tigard and the Tigard Water District. We provide our 57,000 customers with nearly 2.2 billion gallons of water every year at a cost of less than a half-a-penny per gallon.

Here’s what that affordable half-a-penny gets you:
  • High-quality water that meets or exceeds all drinking water standards
  • ‘Round the clock, reliable water service
  • Highly-trained professionals and certified operators
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Investment in future water sources
The city strives to use water dollars wisely. Labor and administrative costs are low; more than 85 percent of every water dollar goes to:
  • Buy water
  • Invest in capital improvements such as reservoirs, transmission lines and developing future water sources
  • Purchase materials like utilities and fuel
  • Provide services such as water sampling, and public outreach and education
Whether we’re making sure we have water for the future, encouraging conservation, or ensuring there is adequate water pressure for fire protection, we understand how critical water is to our community. We take our role as water provider very seriously and put our expertise to work each day to efficiently deliver high-quality drinking water to your tap.





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City of Tigard, 13125 SW Hall Blvd, Tigard, OR 97223
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