BEAVERTON

The City of Beaverton joins the Willamette Water Supply Program!
Willamette Water Supply Program (WWSP) staff and leadership have long worked with Beaverton staff to coordinate the dozens of elements of designing and building the Willamette Water Supply System (WWSS). The City of Beaverton’s involvement in the WWSP has been instrumental in successfully identifying pipeline corridors, coordinating communications, and planning the overall system.

As of July 1, 2019, the City of Beaverton will officially become a part owner of the WWSS, receiving up to five million gallons per day when it is operational in 2026.

"Beaverton is excited to be part of the WWSP and a project that provides resiliency and a new water source for our community,” said Mayor Denny Doyle. “It’s another great example of what we can achieve by working together and how that collaboration benefits this entire region."

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"Beaverton is excited to be part of the WWSP and a project that provides resiliency and a new water source for our community,” said Mayor Denny Doyle. “It’s another great example of what we can achieve by working together and how that collaboration benefits this entire region."

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Program Timeline

Developing the new Willamette water source will take over a decade.

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