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WWSP Commits to Supporting the Local Economy

Program leadership is committed to local and regional business participation in the $1.2 billion water supply project. This commitment has already translated into millions of dollars of local business activity.

This information is contained in the Willamette Water Supply Program’s Semi-Annual Business Utilization Report (through June 30, 2017)— a new publication that profiles local and regional business involvement, promotes procurement opportunities, and puts numbers to the Program’s economic impact. The Tualatin Valley Water District and the City of Hillsboro are partnering to develop the mid-Willamette River at Wilsonville as an additional regional water supply source by 2026. This report highlights the partnerships’ commitment to provide economic benefits to the local economy—local is defined as the area within 50 miles of a Program construction site.

Here are some facts from the report…



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