The Clackamas River has been the source of our drinking water for more than 50 years. We work tirelessly to protect the river and its watershed. You can help. The first step is simply to getting to know your river. This is an informative, 18-minute video of the history and importance of the Clackamas River, created in partnership by The City of Lake Oswego, The Clackamas River Water Providers, and Clackamas River Water.
Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.
We should all take action to prepare! We are all able to help first responders in our community by training how to respond during an emergency and what to do when disaster strikes — where we live, work, and visit. The goal of National Preparedness Month (NPM) is to increase the overall number of individuals, families, and communities that engage in preparedness actions at home, work, business, school, and place of worship.
2017 Weekly Themes
- Week 1: September 1-9 Make a Plan for Yourself, Family and Friends
- Week 2: September 10-16 Plan to Help Your Neighbor and Community
- Week 3: September 17-23 Practice and Build Out Your Plans
- Week 4: September 24-30 Get Involved! Be a Part of Something Larger
Week 1: September 1-9
Make a Plan for Yourself, Family and Friends
- Make an Emergency Plan.
- Sign up for alerts and warnings in your area.
- Learn your evacuation zone and have an evacuation plan.
- Check your insurance coverage and review the Document and Insure Property guide.
- Plan financially for the possibility of disaster.
Week 2: September 10-16
Plan to Help Your Neighbor and Community
- Learn skills you need to help yourself and others until help can arrive.
- Take Until Help Arrives training.
- Check on your neighbors.
- Talk with your Power Company about utility safety.
- On National Prepareathon Day, Friday, September, 15, hold an event.
Week 3: September 17-23
Practice and Build Out Your Plans
- Complete an Emergency Financial First Aid Kit (EFFAK)
- Maintain emergency savings for use in case of an emergency
- Participate in an emergency drill
- Know how to access community resources (e.g., shelters, food banks)
Week 4: September 24-30
Get Involved! Be a Part of Something Larger
Just in time for the dog days of summer, they’re back! Let CRW help you conserve outside! We are offering free outdoor water conservation kits to our customers to keep your summer garden looking lush, while helping you use water wisely.
Each kit includes a lawn and garden hose timer, a moisture meter, a 7 spray water saving hose nozzle, and a copy of Water-Efficient Plants for the Willamette Valley.
Kit numbers are limited and available on a first come, first serve basis.
Fill out the form below to order yours!
We are pleased to announce that the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2016 is now available online!
What’s a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)?
A Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) is a set of financial statements and information that provide details on how CRW is doing. The CAFR complies with the accounting requirements by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). CRW has been fortunate to receive recognition for previous CAFR documents.
CRW’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report offers a narrative overview and analysis of the financial activities of the District for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2016. During fiscal year 2015-2016, the District was engaged in various efforts focused on infrastructure improvement and maintenance, services to customers, and financial planning and management activities.
This report was prepared by the District’s Finance, Accounting and Customer Service (FACS) department. The District is responsible for the accuracy, completeness, and reliability of all data presented, and representations contained herein, based upon a comprehensive framework of internal controls established for this purpose. We believe the data presented is accurate in all material aspects and that the manner in which it is presented fairly discloses the financial position of CRW at June 30, 2016, and the results of operations for fiscal year 2015-2016.
There’s a cold snap coming in, check out our helpful tips on how to winterize your home plumbing, but if it just so happens that cold snap causes a pipe in your home to burst follow these steps:
- Close your main water shut-off valve to your house. Most shutoff valves are located where the water line enters the house, either at the front of your house where youconnect your hose, or basement near the hot water heater, or inside the garage.
- Turn off the water heater. Locate the dedicated shut-off valve on the cold water inlet.
- Remember, the repair of broken pipes on the customer’s side of the meter is the customer’s responsibility. Contact a plumber for repair work.
CRW is accepting applications for one (1) CRW Board of Commissioners position. This appointment term will go through June 30, 2019. Regular board meetings are generally scheduled for the second Thursday and work sessions for the fourth Monday of each month. Interested Candidates will be interviewed by the CRW Board of Commissioners.