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The Portland Water Bureau is building a new drinking water Filtration Facility and Pipelines to comply with state and federal safe drinking water regulations. These lasting improvements to the Bull Run water system will help keep our water safe and abundant for generations to come.
The Water Bureau worked with community members to develop a Bull Run Filtration Good Neighbor Agreement that will help make sure neighbors' interests are considered during design, construction, and ongoing operation of the future water filtration facility.
The Portland Water Bureau secured low-cost, long-term federal financing from the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program to help build the Bull Run Treatment Projects. Based on rate projections, it will provide at least $247 million of debt-service savings.
A form to submit comments or questions about the Bull Run Treatment Projects
An archive of e-newsletters for the Bull Run Treatment Projects
The Water Bureau is taking steps to maintain water rate affordability while making important long-term investments in the future of the Bull Run water system.
Frequently asked questions for the Bull Run Treatment Projects.