Services and Resources for Water, stormwater, and sewer

Use a discount calculator to see how your savings will increase with each step you take to let rain running off your roof, driveway, or parking lot safely soak into the ground on your property.
Pague y gestione sus opciones en su factura de alcantarillado, aguas pluviales y agua de la ciudad de Portland.

Durante la emergencia por COVID-19, no estamos cobrando cargos por retraso y no suspenderemos el servicio de agua debido a problemas de pago. Los clientes siguen siendo responsables de
Pay and manage your options on your City of Portland sewer, stormwater, and water bill.

Behind on your bill? Our friendly customer service staff will help you set up a flexible payment plan or apply for financial assistance. If you can’t pay your full bill, contact us.
Trong trường hợp khẩn cấp vì COVID-19, chúng tôi sẽ không tính phí trả muộn và sẽ không ngắt nguồn nước do vấn đề thanh toán. Khách hàng vẫn phải chịu trách nhiệm cho các khoản phí phát sinh trong thời gian này.
В период кризиса, вызванного пандемией COVID19, мы не взимаем штрафные сборы и не отключаем водоснабжение в связи с задержкой платежей. Клиенты все еще несут ответственность за покрытие задолженности, накопившейся за это время.
支付账单并管理您在您的波特兰市污水、雨水和自来水账单上的选项

在新冠疫情紧急状况期间,我们不收取滞纳金,也不会因付费问题而停水。顾客还是必须负责为这段时间累积的费用付费。
Leaks not only put stress on the drinking water system, but also send clean water to the wastewater treatment plant. Reduce your impact on the environment and save money and water by repairing some leaks yourself! Follow these easy steps to fix a leaky faucet.
Pressure washing and graffiti removal generate pollutants that are harmful to human health and the environment. Wash water from these activities is prohibited from flowing to the city's stormwater system. Follow these best management practices to properly contain wash water and prevent pollution.
The 2020 Source Control Manual became effective Dec. 14. The manual sets City policy for drainage and discharges resulting from development and post-development activities for site-specific activities like waste storage, loading and unloading, exterior storage and processing, and dewatering.
The 2020 Stormwater Management Manual (SWMM) became effective Dec.14, 2020. The manual sets City policy and design requirements for stormwater management on all development, redevelopment, and improvement projects on both public and private property in Portland.
This annual report contains important information about Portland's drinking water and water system.
Combined sewer overflows to the Willamette River and Columbia Slough are rare. But when they do occur, Portlanders are advised to stay out of the water for 48 hours following a CSO due to higher levels of bacteria and other contaminants. Find out if a CSO is happening now.
The Downtown-Old Town Sewer Repair Program is a multi-year and multi-million-dollar investment to assess the condition and capacity of the aging public sewer system serving Portland's Downtown and Old Town neighborhoods and to construct the necessary repairs and upgrades.

About Green Streets

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Green streets reduce sewer overflows and backups by slowing and absorbing stormwater runoff from sidewalks and streets. Also known as rain gardens or bioswales, green streets are important to the City’s sewer and stormwater systems. They also help prevent pollution from washing into our rivers.
You can apply for a permit to use water from hydrants. We offer annual hydrant permits and temporary hydrant permits. Read on for information about each type of permit.
Neighborhood to the River grants are available for projects that improve stormwater management and watershed health while benefiting and involving communities.
Portland’s sewer and stormwater system includes pipes, pump stations, and treatment plants. It also includes green street planters, rain gardens, and trees. Together, this “grey” and “green” infrastructure helps us manage sewage and stormwater to protect people, property, and our environment.