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Regional chlorine shortage: Portland water remains safe to drink

A regional chlorine shortage has disrupted supplies. The Portland Water Bureau is monitoring the situation and evaluating our supplies and procedures. Get updates.

Services and Resources

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Help take care of Green Streets in your neighborhood. It takes only a few minutes to sign up and find available Green Streets to adopt. Thank you for helping us keep our rivers and streams clean.
Do you pay for sewer, stormwater, and water as part of your rent? If you do, and you're at risk of eviction, we may be able to help.
Portland Water Bureau customers can order a FREE water efficiency kit. Choose from a variety of simple-to-install water-saving devices for the fixtures in your home.

Regional Water Providers Consortium

Joint Regional Resource
The Regional Water Providers Consortium provides leadership in the planning, management, stewardship, and resiliency of drinking water in the Portland, OR metropolitan region.
We provide free lead-in-water testing for residents, childcare providers, and schools. Learn how to request a free test kit on this page.
Request a paper copy of the Drinking Water Quality report, which is also available online. Each year the Portland Water Bureau provides the Drinking Water Quality Report to all of its customers. The report contains important information about Portland's drinking water and water system.
Some development permits require water flow and pressure information. Start here to request that information from the Portland Water Bureau.

Rockwood Water

External Resource
Rockwood Water website. Rockwood Water People's Utility District provides water to about 65,000 people within the cities of Portland, Gresham and Fairview.
Sign up to receive an email when drinking water tests detect Cryptosporidium.
Request an inspection to find out if your multi-family, commercial, or industrial property is eligible to receive free trees. "Street trees" are trees planted in the public right-of-way, usually in the strip between a sidewalk and the street.
Businesses, medical clinics, and other customers need to know when there are anticipated changes to our drinking water quality. Sign up to get an email or fax before we change drinking water sources or make an adjustment to our treatment.
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