About Us | Regional Water Providers Consortium

About Us

Who We Are

The Regional Water Providers Consortium provides leadership in the planning, management, stewardship, and resiliency of drinking water in the Portland, OR metropolitan region.

The Consortium is comprised of 25 members which are located in the Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah, Washington, and Yamhill Counties.

Water Provider Members

Beaverton, City of 
Clackamas River Water
Cornelius, City of
Forest Grove, City of
Gladstone, City of
Gresham, City of
Hillsboro, City of
Lake Oswego, City of
Milwaukie, City of
Newberg, City of  
Oak Lodge Water District 
Portland, City of
Raleigh Water District 
Rockwood Water PUD 
Sandy, City of
Scappoose, City of
Sherwood, City of
South Fork Water Board 
Sunrise Water Authority
Tigard, City of
Troutdale, City of
Tualatin, City of
Tualatin Valley Water District 
West Slope Water District 
Wilsonville, City of

 

How We Work

Our work is rooted in collaboration and is divided into three categories: conservation, emergency preparedness, and regional coordination.  Water provider staff and elected officials participate in the Consortium’s three working committees, Technical Committee, and Board. 

Learn more about our recent accomplishments in our Annual Report (PDF).

 

Organization chart for the Regional Water Providers Consortium describing the structure of Board > Executive Committee > Technical Committee > Emergency Planning Committee, Communicators Network, and Conservation Committee

Attend a Public Meeting

Sign up to receive meeting notices for our public meetings and use this Annual Meeting Schedule (PDF) to see when the committees meet throughout the year.

 

Benefits of Working Together

By working collaboratively, the Consortium and its members achieve economies of scale implementing regional programs that save customers money. In addition, this allows us to speak with one voice on matters of importance.

 

Interested in becoming a member? View information about joining the Consortium.