|While our water rates remain low compared with water providers across the region, conservation plays an important role in water resource management. Call our office at (541) 774-2430 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you spot a ruptured waterline, a broken sprinkler head at a commercial building, or another water issue while out and about town (you do not need to tell us about leaks at your home or business---but you should definitely fix them). You may remain anonymous, but please provide a sufficient description of the location and leak. We will address the issue as soon as we can based on the severity of the problem, our ability to make contact with property owners and their willingness to let us help them with the issue, and as staffing allows, but please note that the process may take time.
For information on how to find and fix leaks inside and around your home or business, please see our leaks page here.
Fresh drinking water is a limited resource. Conserving now helps to keep treatment costs down, reduce capital expenditures, delay infrastructure projects, save energy, and safeguard this valuable resource long into the future.