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Washington Water and Sewer Districts Listed by County

Introduction

The table below lists water-sewer districts within each Washington county, a brief description (where available), and notes about services areas, mergers and dissolutions. WASWD members are designated by an asterisk (*) and are current as of January 2014.

Reference Sources

List of Water and Sewer Districts by County

Water-Sewer Districts Date Established Assumptions, Mergers, Dissolutions, Name Changes Document Links on District Webpage
Adams County
Adams County Water District No. 1      
Asotin County
Benton County
Benton County Well Water District      
Plymouth Water District      
County View Water/Sewer District   Formerly Poplar Heights Sewer District  
Tri City Estates Water District No. 45      
Chelan County
Alpine Water District November 1999    
Bear Mountain Water District October 2005    
Chelan Falls Water District      
Lake Chelan Sewer District      
Lake Wenatchee Water District* May 2006    
Malaga Water District 1994    
Manson Sewer District 1953 Dissolved 1979  
Peshastin Water District November 1999    
Stevens Pass Sewer District 24-J *      
Three Lakes Water District 1978    
Clallam County
Black Diamond Water District      
Sunland Water District* 1977   Minutes and reports 
Clark County
Clark Regional Wastewater District* 1958 Formerly Hazel Dell Sewer District Agendas and minutes
Agreements
Budget
Code
Documents and publications
Columbia County
Cowlitz County
Beacon Hill Sewer District* June 1959   Agendas and minutes
Forms
Douglas County
Corral Springs Water District      
Douglas County Sewer District No. 1      
East Wenatchee Water District*  1926   Minutes
Forms
Greater Bar Water District      
Ferry County
Curlew Lake Sewer District      
Curlew Water and Sewer District      
Inchelium Water District (Water and sewer services)      
Franklin County
Basin City Water-Sewer District 2004    
Garfield County
Grant County
Cascade Valley Water District   No Activity Since 1999  
Crescent Bar Sewer District   No Activity Since 2005  
Beverly Water District      
Royal Camp Water District   No Activity Since 1997  
Grays Harbor County
Grays Harbor County Sewer District No. 1      
Grays Harbor County Sewer District No. 6      
Grays Harbor County Water District No. 1 1946    
Grays Harbor County Water District No. 2* 1952    
Grays Harbor County Water District No. 3   Assumed by Ocean Shores 1975  
Grays Harbor County Water District No. 5   Dissolved 1993  
Grays Harbor County Water District No. 7   Dissolved 1999
Assumed by county
 
Island County
Admiral's Cove Water District* 1992    
Bayview Beach Water District *      
Camano Vista Water District 1988    
Clinton Water District* 1945    
Crockett Lake Water District*      
Freeland Water and Sewer District* 1964 Formerly Freeland Water District Minutes and documents - Includes ILAs and resolutions

Rules and regulations

Engineering specifications and forms
Holmes Harbor Sewer District* 1976    
Juniper Beach Water District*      
Lagoon Point Water District 1960s    
Ledgewood Beach Water District 1981    
Long Beach Water District      
Main Street Sewer District - Serves the village at Maple Ridge, a senior housing development, 2001.      
North Whidbey Water District      
Penn Cove Park Water and Sewer District* - Provides water and sewer to residences located approximately two miles south of Oak Harbor. Three-member board of commissioners.The Penn Cove Park Water District merged into the Penn Cove Park Sewer District after voters approved the merger in November 2000. Merger of water and sewer district    
Rhodena Beach Water District      
Saratoga Water District      
Scatchet Head Water District* - Organized in 1982 and is located on South Whidbey Island. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Swantown Water District*      
Jefferson County
Jefferson County Water District No. 1 - Paradise Bay      
Jefferson County Water District No. 2 - Brinnon      
Jefferson County Water District No. 3 - Coyle      
King County
Cedar River Water and Sewer District* (King County Water and Sewer District No. 108) - Located in Fairwood area along the Cedar River, between the cities of Renton and Maple Valley. Three-member board of commissioners. Boundary includes part of Renton and Maple Valley. Meetings and minutes

News and publications
 
Coal Creek Utility District* - Governed by a three-member board of commissioners. Bellevue assumed all customers inside its city limits into the Bellevue municipal utility in 2003. In November 1959, King County Water District Nos. 92 and 95 elected to consolidate and form King County Water District No. 107. In 1972 Newport Hills Sewer District merged into King County Water District No. 107, the name was changed to Coal Creek Utility District in 1995. See History Boundary includes part of Covington, Newcastle, and Renton. Agendas

Minutes

Rates and charges
 
Covington Water District - Created in 1960 as King County Water District No. 105. Name changed to Covington Water District in 1988. King County Water District No. 86 merged with Covington Water District in 1993. King County Water District No. 94 merged with Covington Water District; voted November 2000. Area includes unincorporated south King County, Geographical boundaries of the district’s service area were established to accommodate the zoning and growth permitted by the cities of Covington, Maple Valley and Black Diamond, as well as King County. Five-member board of commissioners.Member of Cascade Water Alliance Boundary includes portions of Covington, Kent, Maple Valley and Black Diamond. Covington Water District Administrative Code

Board of Commissioners

Documents
 
Eastgate Sewer District - Assumed by Bellevue December 31, 1994. District dissolved 1995. See Bellevue Ordinance No. 4716 and Eastgate SD Resolution No. 822 Assumed by Bellevue    
Fall City Water District* (King County Water District No. 127) - Formed in 1982 to operate a well-water distribution system in the Fall City area      
Highlands Sewer District* - Formed in 1968, provides sewer serves to "The Highlands" residential area of Shoreline The district also provides stormwater collection and transmission services to a third of its customers. The district has no employees. Three-member board of commissioners. Serves "The Highlands"
residential community within the city of Shoreline
   
Highline Water District* (Formerly known as King County Water District No. 75) - Incorporated in 1946 and serves part of Burien. The district’s geographical area covers over 11,000 acres in the southern portion of King County and includes portions of SeaTac, Des Moines, Normandy Park, Burien, Tukwila, Kent and Federal Way, as well as unincorporated areas of King County. In 1995 the district expanded from a three-member to a five-member board of commissioners. Serves part of Burien, boundary includes portions of Burien, Des Moines, Federal Way, Kent, Normandy Park, SeaTac, Tukwila. Board of Commissioners - includes minutes and resolutions  
King County Water District No. 1 - North end of City of Yarrow Point Water and utility accounting supplied by Bellevue; Bellevue to eventually take over district per RCW 35.13A.111    
King County Water District No. 17 (Hunts Point) - Assumed by Bellevue November 1, 1998 Assumed by Bellevue    
King County Water District No. 19* - Vashon - Established in 1925 to provide a safe water supply for the residents of Vashon Island. The district is the only public water system on Vashon.Three-member board of commissioners.   Minutes

Resolutions
 
King County Water District No. 20 - Established in 1925. King County Water District No. 85 merged with King County Water District No. 20 on April 30, 2003. Serves communities north of Burien. Three-member board of commissioners. Boundary includes portions of Burien, SeaTac, Seattle, Tukwila.

Merger of No. 85 and No. 20
   
King County Water District No. 45* - Provides water services to customers in the White Center area. The district purchases its water from the City of Seattle. Three-member board of commissioners.      
King County Water District No. 49* - Burien - 3 sq. mi. Supplies Normandy Park

Boundary includes portions of Burien, Normandy Park, SeaTac, Tukwila.
   
King County Water District No. 54* - Formed in 1939. Serves parts of cities of Des Moines, Normandy Park, and Burien. Three-member board of commissioners. Serves parts of cities of Des Moines, Normandy Park, and Burien

Boundary includes portions of Des Moines, Normandy Park.
   
King County Water District No. 85 - Merged with King County Water District No. 20 Merged with Water District No. 20    
King County Water District No. 87 - Split between Kent and Auburn in 1980's Split by Kent and Auburn    
King County Water District No. 90* - Formed in 1952. Serves Renton Highlands area northeast Renton. Three-member board of commissioners. Boundary includes portions of Renton. Minutes

Forms and publications
 
King County Water District No. 94 - Merged into Covington Water District, election November 7, 2000 Merged with Covington Water District n/a  
King County Water District No. 111* - Formed in the 1960's to provide water primarily to area surrounding Lake Meridian, east of the City of Kent. Serves portions of Kent

Boundary includes portions of Auburn, Covington, Kent.
Minutes
Forms
 
King County Water District No. 117* - Hilltop Community      
King County Water District No. 119* - Created in 1965 to serve the properties around Lake Marcel. The district now provides water service from Stillwater in the south, and stretching north to the King/Snohomish County line in the area immediately east of Duvall. Three-member board of commissioners. Water is purchased from the City of Seattle.    
King County Water District No. 123 - Preston - Provides water services to customers in a 10 square-mile area in Preston      
King County Water District No. 125* - Riverton Heights King County Water District No. 125 serves customers in an area approximately three miles north of SeaTac Airport, within the cities of Burien, SeaTac and Tukwila, and parts of unincorporated King County. Three-member board of commissioners. Serves portions of Burien, SeaTac and Tukwila

Boundary includes portions of Burien, SeaTac, Tukwila.
Minutes
Resolutions
 
Lake Forest Park Water District* (King County Water District No. 83) - Organized in 1948, and is located in the City of Lake Forest Park. The district serves residences, the Lake Forest Park mall and City Hall. Three-member board of commissioners. Serves Lake Forest Park and boundary includes Lake Forest Park. Minutes
Resolutions

Policies

Forms
 
Lakehaven Utility District* (King County Water District No 124) - Incorporated in 1956 as Lake Haven Sewer District. A merger with King County Water District No. 56 was completed in November, 1987 and the name was changed to Federal Way Water and Sewer District. On August 7, 1994, the district changed its name to "Lakehaven Utility District." The district’s northern boundary is one mile south of Kent, the southern boundary overlaps slightly the Pierce County line, the western boundary follows the Puget Sound shoreline and the eastern boundary overlaps slightly the western city limits of Auburn. Five-member board of commissioners. The district serves parts of Federal Way Auburn, Milton, Edgewood, Pacific and Tacoma.
Merger with KSWD No. 56

Boundary includes portions of Auburn, Des Moines, Federal Way, Kent, Milton, Pacific.
Minutes  
Midway Sewer District* - Created in 1946, formerly called Des Moines Sewer District. Located in Southwest portion of King County. Three-member board of commissioners. Serves part of Burien, Des Moines and SeaTac.
Boundary includes portions of Burien, Des Moines, Federal Way, Kent, Normandy Park, SeaTac.

 
 
Northeast Sammamish Sewer and Water District* - Formed as the Sahalee Sewer District in 1969. The district purchased the Sahalee Water Company in 1982. (Listed as KCWD No. 998 by KC Assessor) Serves part of Sammamish
Boundaries include a portion of Sammamish
   
Northshore Utility District* - Formed in 1947 as King County Water District Number 79. In 1979, Northeast Lake Washington Sewer District merged with King County Water District No. 79 and the combined districts were known as Northeast Lake Washington Sewer and Water District. The name changed to North Shore Utility District in 1992. The district provides utility services to users in the cities of Bothell, Kenmore, Kirkland, Lake Forest Park, Juanita, Totem Lake, Kingsgate and Finn Hill. The board is governed by a five-member board of commissioners. (Listed as KCWD 999 by KC Assessor) Serves cities of Bothell, Kenmore, Kirkland, Lake Forest Park

Merged with NE Lake Washington Sewer District and Water District No. 79

Boundary includes portions of Bothell, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Kirkland, Woodinville.
Minutes

Newsletter archive
 
North City Water District* - Formerly Shoreline Water District (name change 2014) King County Water District No. 42 (name change 1991); formed in 1931. The Shoreline Water District provides water service to approximately 8,000 water accounts in portions of the Shoreline and Lake Forest Park. Three-member board of commissioners.elected to six-year terms. Serves part of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park. Seattle serves portion of district.

Boundary includes portions of Lake Forest Park, Seattle.
   
Ronald Wastewater District* - Incorporated in 1951 and was previously known as the Shoreline Wastewater Management District. Located within the corporate limits of the City of Shoreline (excluding The Highlands residential community) and parts of unincorporated Snohomish County. The district receives flows from a portion of the Town of Woodway, City of Mountlake Terrace, and the Highlands Sewer District. The wastewater collected from within the district is treated at two separate treatment facilities, King County's West Point Treatment Plant and the City of Edmonds Treatment Plant. District Map - Ronald WWD Serves city of Shoreline. The district contracts with King County and the City of Edmonds for sewage treatment services.

Boundaries include Shoreline except, Highlands Sewer District, and a portion of Woodway.

 
 
Rose Hill Water District - Assumed by Kirkland, Bellevue and Redmond January 1, 1994 Assumed by Kirkland, Bellevue and Redmond    
Roxbury Heights Sewer District - Formed in 1944 - All of the sewered portion of the district assumed by Seattle in 1956. Assumed by Seattle    
Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District * Formed in 1948 as King County Water District No. 82. Merged with King County Water Districts 121 and 122. Name was changed to Sammamish Plateau water and Sewer District in 1987. Located East of Lake Sammamish, north of Issaquah, south of Redmond, and serves part of the City of Sammamish. Three-member board of commissioners. Member of Cascade Water Alliance The district serves portions of Sammamish and Issaquah

Boundary includes portions of Issaquah and Sammamish.
   
Skyway Water and Sewer District* - Merged with Bryn Mawr-Lakeridge Water and Sewer District on May 31, 1999. Located in the West Hill area of unincorporated King County; includes the neighborhoods of Bryn Mawr, Campbell Hill, Earlington, Hilltop, Lakeridge, Panorama View, Skycrest and Skyway. Three-member board of commissioners. Member of Cascade Water Alliance (Listed as KCWD 994 by KC Assessor) Purchases water through the Cascade Water Alliance, from the City of Renton

Merger with Bryn Mawr-Lakeridge Water and Sewer 1999

Boundary includes portions of Renton.
Forms and publications  
Snoqualmie Pass Utility District- Consolidation of King County Summit Sewer District and Kittitas County Sewer District No. 1 into Snoqualmie Pass Sewer District of King and Kittitas Counties; name changed to Snoqualmie Pass Utility District in 1994. Serves Snoqualmie Pass area in both King and Kittitas counties (water and sewer). King and Kittitas County    
Soos Creek Water and Sewer District* - Formerly King County Water District 58 formed in 1938; merged with Cascade Sewer District in 1987. Provides water and sewer services to about customers in southeast King County. Five-member board of commissioners. (Listed as KCWD 996 by KC Assessor)
Merger of Water District No. 58 and Cascade Sewer District

Boundary includes portions of Auburn, Black Diamond, Covington, Kent, Maple Valley, Renton.
Developer information - Including standard specifications and details  
Southwest Suburban Sewer District* - Created in 1945; formerly called White Center Sewer District. The district provides sewer services to residential and commercial customers in southwestern King County from Seattle to Des Moines, including the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Three-member board of commissioners. Normandy Park executed a sales agreement to transfer the city's sewer utility to the District, October 2002. Serves City of Burien, the City of Normandy Park, portions of the City of Seattle, City of Des Moines, City of SeaTac, and a portion of Valley View Sewer District

Boundary includes portions of Burien, Des Moines Normandy Park, SeaTac, Seattle.
Minutes
Resolutions
 
Stevens Pass Sewer District No. 1 - Formed to provide sewer service to the residents of Stevens Pass. Three-member board of commissioners. King and Chelan County    
Valley View Sewer District* Formerly Val Vue Sewer District (2007) Meeting minutes

Resolutions

Citizen Advisory Committee
 
Vashon Sewer District* - Provides sewage services. King County treats the sewage for the district. Sewage treatment by King County    
Woodinville Water District - Formerly King County Water District No. 104; established in 1959; became known as the Woodinville Water District in 1985. The district purchases all its water supply from the City of Seattle for distribution to its customers. Five-member board of commissioners. Purchases water from Seattle. Provides water and sewer services to Woodinville

Boundary includes portions of Bothell, Kirkland, Redmond, Woodinville.

Forms and brochures
Agenda and minutes
 
Kitsap County
Annapolis Water District No. 1 Consolidation with Karcher Creek Sewer District No. 5 to form West Sound Utility District (2007)    
Crystal Springs Water District No. 3 Boundary includes portions of Bainbridge.    
Karcher Creek Sewer District No. 5 Consolidation with Annapolis Water District No. 1 to form West Sound Utility District (2007)    
Kitsap County Sewer District No. 7* - Serves the Fort Ward area of the south end of Bainbridge Island. Includes the sewage treatment for Lynwood Center, Rockaway Beach, Pleasant Beach, Point White and Emerald Heights through an Interlocal Agreement with the City of Bainbridge Island. Three-member board of commissioners. Boundary includes a portion of Bainbridge Island. Minutes

Resolutions
 
Manchester Water District No. 11 - Formed 1942 and construction on the water system started in 1947. Three-member board of commissioners.   Minutes  
North Perry Avenue Water District*, Kitsap County Water District #13 - Created in 1942. The service area extends from the Bremerton city limits on the south to Keyport on the north end. The present boundaries are defined by agreements with the City of Bremerton, Silverdale Water District and Kitsap County Public Utility District No. 1.      
Old Bangor Water District No. 19      
Rocky Point Water District No. 12      
Silverdale Water District No. 16* - Established in 1929. Three-member board of commissioners.   Agendas and minutes

District documents

Forms
 
South Bainbridge Island Water District #18 Dissolved by Kitsap County Ordinance No. 207, 1997 Dissolved    
Sunnyslope Water District No. 15 - Established in 1952. Three-member board of commissioners. Boundary includes a portion of Bremerton.    
Tracyton Water District No. 17 - Kitsap County Superior Court Order dissolving district dated March 27, 2006 effective June 13, 2006 Dissolved    
West Hill Water District No. 20 Boundary includes a portion of Bainbridge.    
West Sound Utility District No. 1* Consolidation of Annapolis Water District No. 1 and Karcher Sewer District No. 5 (2007) Agendas

Minutes

Resolutions
 
Kittitas County
Kittitas County Sewer District No. 1 Snoqualmie Pass Utility District - King County Summit Sewer District and Kittitas County Sewer District No. 1 consolidated into Snoqualmie Pass Sewer District of King and Kittitas Counties in 1984. Name changed to Snoqualmie Pass Utility District in 1994. King and Kittitas Counties
Snoqualmie Pass Utility District
   
Kittitas County Water District No. 2 - Ronald      
Kittitas County Water District No. 3 - Easton Water District Boundary includes portion of Roslyn.    
Kittitas County Water District No. 4 - Thorp      
Kittitas County Water District No. 5* - Elk Meadows      
Kittitas County Water District No. 6* - Vantage      
Kittitas County Water District No. 7* - Sun Light Waters      
Klickitat County
Dallesport Water District* Formed in August 2009 Minutes  
Lewis County
Lewis County Sewer District No. 1 - Located northeast of Napavine. Began service in the late 1970's. The sewer district cooperates with the cities of Napavine and Chehalis in treating the areas sewage. The sewer district and Napavine collect sewage from their service areas and pipe it to the City of Chehalis sewage treatment plant for treatment. Sewer Operating Board, Sewer Interceptor agreement 1976 SD #1 - Napavine, Chehalis    
Lewis County Water District No. 1 - Randle, Napavine      
Lewis County Water District No. 2 - Onalaska Water District provides water and sewer services to district residents. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Lewis County Water District No. 3 - Packwood - Formed in 1974. The original water system was constructed in 1935 and consisted of an impoundment structure on Snyder and Spring Creeks.Three-member board of commissioners.      
Lewis County Water-Sewer District No. 4* - Chehalis      
Lewis County Water-Sewer District No. 5 - Onalaska - Formed in 1995      
Lewis County Water-Sewer District No. 6 - Lake Mayfield - Provides water and sewer services to residential units near Lake Mayfield. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Lincoln County
Lakeview Sewer District No. 1 - Lakeview Sewer District No. 1, was placed before the area voters February 3, 2009 and the Lincoln County Auditor certified the Special Election on February 18, 2009 to allow public control of the Lakeview Terrace Sewage Works. Located near Spring Canyon in the SE 114 of Section 17 and the N 112 of Section 20, T28N, R.      
Mason County
Belfair Water District No. 1* - Formed in 1966 and provides water to the community of Belfair. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Hartstene Point Water-Sewer District* - Formed at election of May 2008 to include all lands currently within Hartstene Pointe and Hartstene Pointe Addition 1-10 as platted. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Maggie Lake Water District No. 3* - Formed in 1979 to provide water service to Maggie Lake residents. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Tahuya River Valley Water District      
Trails End Water District 2      
Okanogan County
Lake Osoyoos Water District      
Pacific County
Chinook Water District* - Water services to Chinook area residents. Three-member board of commissioners.      
North Beach Water District* - Formed February 2008. Originally created as the North Beach Public Development Authority in 2004. Three-member board of commissioners.   Minutes

Resolutions

Rules and regulations
 
Seaview Sewer District - Provides sewage disposal services to property owners in the Seaview area. The district contracts with a private firm for billing, receipting, depositing and posting customer payments. Three-member board of commissioners. Contract with Ilwaco for treatment and operation of Joint Wastewater Treatment Plant - Seaview collection system only - Raw sewage is pumped into the Joint Waste Water Treatment Plant in Ilwaco for treatment    
Willapa Valley Water District - Serves Willapa Valley and East Raymond areas. The district succeeded the Willapa Valley Water Company in 1934 in order to be eligible to receive state aid to finance an expansion project. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Pend Oreille County
Chippewa Water and Sewer District (Ione area) - Formed to provide water and sewer services to Chippewa residents.Three-member board of commissioners.      
Diamond Lake Water and Sewer District - Formed to provide water and sewer services to the residents of Diamond Lake. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Lenora Water and Sewer District - Created in 1991 by Pend Oreille County Resolution 91-104 in conjunction with the Camelot Shores subdivisions. Later the subdivisions private water system became a part of the Lenora Water District created by Pend Oreille County commissioners resolution in 2000. It provides water and sewer service to the Camelot Shores area on the Pend Oreille River. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Ponderay Shores Water and Sewer District      
Sacheen Lake Water and Sewer District, Newport area      
Pierce County
Ashford Water District - Established in 1978. The district provides water customers residing in a 10-square-mile area of Eastern Pierce County. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Burnett Water District      
Clear Lake Water District - Established on May 19, 1992. The district provides water to 105 customers encompassing a 400 acre area of eastern Pierce County approximately 10 miles north of Eatonville.      
Crystal Mountain Sewer District* - Formed in the early 1980s to provide sewer service to Gold Hills Homeowner Association, the only private land at Crystal Mountain Ski Resort. In 1994, the district formed a Utility Local Improvement District, obtained a loan and began construction of a water system. Three-member board of commissioners.      
East Gig Harbor Water District* - Enacted by Pierce County Resolution R2001-193 in 2000, election held May 2002.      
Elbe Water and Sewer District      
Elkhorn Water District      
Kapowsin Water District      
Kopachuck Ridge Estates Water District      
Lakewood Water District* - Formed in 1943 to serve water to customers in the City of Lakewood within Pierce County. Three-member board of commissioners. Steilacoom purchases water from Lakewood; Joint Facilities Contingency Fund established by interlocal agreement

Boundary includes portions of Lakewood, Tacoma, University Place.
   
McKenna Water District - District resources include four wells, a 120,000-gallon reservoir and seven miles of pipe. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Park Junction Water-Sewer District in the Elbe Area - Pierce County Ordinance 2006-71, 08/01/2006 (Formed by alternative method 57.04.140 RCW)      
Valley Water District* - Formed in 1993. The district manages water distribution to a number of Pierce County residential areas: Chinook, Valley, Alderwood, Winchester, View Royal and Eldorado. Three-member board of commissioners. Boundary includes portions of Bonney Lake, Puyallup, Steilacoom. MMinutes

Forms
 
Webstone Water District - Dissolved 2002 - Formerly located in the northeast corner of Pierce County between the cities of Pacific and Sumner with approximately 175 water service connections. Three-member board of commissioners. Dissolved    
Whiteman's Cove Water District Dissolved (2001)    
Wollochet Harbor Sewer District - Incorporated in 1994 to secure state funding to build a transfer station to connect with the Gig Harbor sewer system; composed of 65 homeowners residing in a six-block area of Pierce County. Three-member board of commissioners.      
San Juan County
Cape San Juan Water District - The Cape San Juan community established the CSJ Water District in 1982. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Cattle Point Water District      
Eastsound Sewer and Water District* - Provides sewer services to residents in Orcas Island. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Fisherman Bay Sewer District* - Established in 1974, the district provides services to Fisherman's Bay residents and businesses located on Lopez Island. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Skagit County
Alger Water District - Formed 02/06/1996 and dissolved as of 2001; system turned over to Skagit County PUD Dissolved    
Skagit County Sewer District No. 1* - Provides sewer services primarily to residential residents, as well as a few seasonal businesses that operate in rural LaConner. The district’s service area encompasses the Snee Oosh Beach area, on the west side of Skagit Bay.      
Skagit County Sewer District No. 2*      
Skagit County Sewer District No. 3 - Dissolved by Resolution 18290, 06/26/2001 Dissolved    
Skagit County Sewer District No. 4 - Bullerville Sewer District (Rockport)      
Skagit County Water District No. 1 - Provides and maintains water service to properties within the district boundaries. The boundaries include Highway 20 near the Town of Concrete and the Rasar State Park area.Three-member board of commissioners.      
Skamania County
Home Valley Water District 1 - Became operational in June 1980. The community of Home Valley is approximately eight miles east of the City of Stevenson. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Snohomish County
Alderwood Water and Wastewater District* - Located in southwest Snohomish County; provides water and sanitary sewer to an area encompassing 60 square miles. Five-member board of commissioners. Serves South Harbour Pointe Area of Mukilteo

Boundary includes portions of Bothell, Brier, Edmonds, Everett, Lynnwood, Mill Creek, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo
Minutes

Financial information

Rates and charges
 
Blue Spruce Water District Dissolved 10/15/1998 (court order)    
Cross Valley Water District* - Located in Snohomish area, in Clearview between SR 9 and Broadway Ave; serves 6000 customers.Three-member board of commissioners. Boundary includes portions of Snohomish Minutes and forms

Interlocal agreements
 
Highland Water District - Formed April 1, 1998; provides water services to customers located in approximately 16 miles of unincorporated Snohomish County, between Monroe and Sultan. Three-member board of commissioners. The district purchases water from the City of Everett.

Boundary includes portions of Sultan
Meeting minutes

Policies
 
Lake Stevens Sewer District* - Incorporated in 1957.  The district provides sewer services to customers in the greater Lake Stevens area in Snohomish County. The city of Lake Stevens executed a unified sewer services and annexation agreement in 2005 creating one sewer system under the Lake Stevens Sewer District. Three-member board of commissioners. City of Lake Stevens voted to annex, election 11/06/2012


Boundary includes portions of Lake Stevens, Marysville
Forms  
Mukilteo Water and Wastewater District* - Incorporated in 1920; governed by a three-member board of commissioners. The District provides both water and sewer services to all its customers. In November 2007 voters approved the merger of Olympus Terrace Sewer District into Mukilteo Water District. In 2008 the name was changed to Mukilteo Water and Wastewater District. Water is purchased from the City of Everett and from Alderwood Water and Wastewater District. Sewage treatment for Everett accounts is provided by the City of Everett. Sewage treatment for Mukilteo accounts is provided by the district-owned wastewater treatment facility. The district also bills storm drainage fees for the City of Mukilteo. Service area map. Serves Mukilteo

Merger of Olympus Terrace Sewer District

Boundary includes portions of Everett, Mukilteo.
Minutes

Newsletters
 
Olympic View Water and Sewer District No. 1 - Incorporated in 1937. The district serves the Town of Woodway, part of the City of Edmonds, and the neighboring unincorporated portions of Snohomish County. In 1998, The district completed construction of its Deer Creek Water Treatment Plant, which has a capacity of one million gallons per day. However, the district’s primary source of water is the City of Seattle. Three-member board of commissioners. Serves the Town of Woodway, part of the City of Edmonds

Boundary includes portions of Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace, Woodway.
   
Olympus Terrace Sewer District - Incorporated in 1969.  The district’s boundaries encompassed an area of approximately 3.5 square miles within the City of Mukilteo. Three-member board of commissioners, elected to six-year terms. Merged with Mukilteo Water District November 2007 election    
Silver Lake Water and Sewer District* - Organized in 1934 to construct, maintain and operate water and sewer systems within its boundaries in south Snohomish County. Encompassing 12 square miles, the district is approximately 15 miles north of Seattle and 1.5 miles south of Everett. A board of three commissioners governs the district. The district provides water service and sanitary sewer service. The Snohomish County treasurer is the district’s ex officio treasurer and fiscal agent. Water is purchased from the City of Everett. Sewage is pumped to the City of Everett’s sewage treatment plant and to King County Metro.

Boundary includes portions of Everett, Mill Creek.
Publications - Includes current agenda and last approved board minutes

Interlocal agreements

Forms
 
Startup Water District *(Water & Sewer)      
Spokane County
Chattaroy Springs West Water District No. 11      
East Spokane Water District No. 1 - Formed in 1917. The Spokane County Treasurer serves as their ex-officiotTreasurer. The district, located in the central Spokane Valley, serves about 2.75 square miles. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Four Lakes Water District No. 10 - Provides water service to customers in the Four Lakes area west of Spokane. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Hangman Hills Water District No. 15 - Three-member board of commissioners.      
Irvin Water District No. 6 - The Spokane County Treasurer’s and Auditor’s offices process the district’s revenues and expenditures. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District No. 1* - Residents of the Liberty Lake community formed Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District No. 1 in 1973 to provide sewer and water service and to protect the ecological health of the lake. Three-member board of commissioners. Serves Liberty Lake. City considered assumption, see Executive Summary Assumption Feasibility Study, 2004. Ordinance to assume district was challenged by district and was declared null and void by superior court. Board meetings

 
 
Spokane County Water District No. 3 - Formed in 1986 by voters living in the service area of the Spokane Suburban Water Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of the General Waterworks Corporation. In 1988, the district acquired the company’s water supply, distribution, miscellaneous facilities and the operating headquarters. The district is composed of nine distinct and unconnected water systems located in Spokane Valley, the Manito Golf Course area, Linwood, Mead, Colbert, Chattaroy and Nine Mile. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Spokane County Water District No. 14 (Chattaroy)      
Strathview Water District No. 16 - Is located near Medical Lake and serves 89 customers. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Valley of the Horses Water District No. 12      
Vel View Water District No. 13      
Whitworth Water District No. 2 - Formed in 1939 and merged with Colbert Water District in 1984 to more efficiently provide water service to North Spokane and the Colbert area. The district has eight reservoirs, 13 wells and seven booster stations. It provides hookups, maintenance, construction of new systems and street lighting to customers. Five-member board of commissioners. Colbert Water District merged Bylaws  
Williams Lake Sewer District No. 2      
Stevens County
Hunters Water District*      
Loon Lake Sewer District No. 1 - Provides sewer services to Loon Lake residents.  The Stevens County Treasurer and Auditor's Office process the district's revenue and expenditures. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Loon Lake Sewer District No. 2      
Loon Lake Sewer District No 4 - Formed to provide sewer services to Loon Lake residents.  The Stevens County Treasurer and Auditor's Office process the district's revenues and expenditures. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Thurston County
Wahkiakum County
Skamokawa Water and Sewer*      
Walla Walla County
Artesia Water District No. 8* (Also called Artesia Irrigation District No. 8)      
Burbank Water District No. 4      
Sun Harbor Water District No. 3      
Wallula Water District No. 1      
Touchet Water District No. 2      
Whatcom County
Whatcom County Water District No. 2 - Provides water services in Bellingham area. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Point Roberts Water District No. 4- Is located in the northern most corner of Whatcom County and provides water and sewer services to residences and businesses located in Point Roberts. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Whatcom County Water District No. 7* - Provides water services in the Bellingham area. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Birch Bay Water and Sewer District No. 8* - District offers water and sewer services to the Birch Bay area, the northwest section of Whatcom County. Three-member board of commissioners.   Board meetings

Newsletters
 
Lake Whatcom Water and Sewer District* (Whatcom County Water and Sewer District No. 10) - Originally established in 1968; serves the Lake Whatcom area east of Bellingham. Five-member board of commissioners.   Board meetings

Financial information

Policies
 
Samish Water District* - Formerly Whatcom County Water District No. 12 (name change 03/26/2001). Provides sewer services in the Samish Basin.Three-member board of commissioners.      
Whatcom County Water and Sewer District No. 13* - Provides water and sewer services in Maple Falls.Three-member board of commissioners.      
Glacier Water District No. 14* - Provides water services in the Glacier area. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Whatcom County Water District No. 18 - Water services in Acme. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Columbia Valley Water District* - Formerly Evergreen Water-Sewer District No. 19. Name changed in 2010.      
Whitman County
Steptoe Sewer and Water District No. 1 - Formed to provide utility services to Steptoe residents. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Yakima County
Cowiche Sewer District - Was established in the late 1950s to provide a sewer system to customers in the Cowiche area. Three-member board of commissioners.      
Terrace Heights Sewer District* - Three-member board of commissioners.      

Last Modified: March 04, 2015
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