The South Fork Water Board is a proud member of the Regional Water Providers Consortium and the Clackamas River Water Providers. We are working together with other utilities to eliminate redundancy and to improve the planning and management of municipal water supplies in an ongoing effort to reduce costs for our ratepayers.
Emergency Operations Policy
The South Fork Water Board has implemented an emergency operations policy to ensure the water treatment plant will continue to meet safe drinking water needs for Oregon City, West Linn, and unincorporated residents served in response to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). These proactive procedures protect staff health and safety, and include a focus on disinfection, social distancing, and prohibiting all non-essential persons from South Fork facilities. During this pandemic, South Fork recommends all community members follow strictly the health protocols established by the CDC, OHA, and Clackamas County Department of Health in collaboration with any/all other measures recommended by the Governor’s office. South Fork will provide further updates if/when they may be needed.
South Fork Water Board (SFWB) is a wholesale water provider to the cities of Oregon City and West Linn.
SFWB is jointly owned by the two cities and is governed by a six-member Board comprised of the Mayors and two elected officials from each city. In addition, South Fork has one wholesale customer, Clackamas River Water, and provides water to the CRW-South side service area. South Fork treats water from the lower Clackamas River to produce a high quality, soft water for domestic and industrial purposes for approximately 67,000 people in Clackamas County.
SFWB Participates in PGE’s Energy Partner Program
For special assistance due to disability, please call SFWB at (503) 657-5030, 48 hours prior to the meeting date. Please note this meeting will be held via teleconference. For members of the public that wish to participate, please contact John Collins at 503.657.6581 or by email at email@example.com for call-in information. For members of the public that do not have the ability to participate via teleconference, please contact John Collins at 503.657.6581 by 4:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting for alternate arrangements.
SOUTH FORK WATER BOARD
15962 S. HUNTER AVE.
OREGON CITY, OREGON