2017 Savvy Gardener Class Schedule
King County Ordinance 2016-0521
Save the Date! 65th District Anniversary & Customer Appreciation Day Celebration
Customer Welcome Packet
FAQ Regarding Current Lead Issues
Water System Operational Highlights
Advisory Stage Tips
Seattle Water Supply Outlook FAQ 7-27-15
KCWD90 has a new General Manager
Public Works Completion Letter
Leak Adjustment Policy/FAQ
Leak Adjustment Policy/FAQ36 kb • February 28, 2017
Do you have a leak in your water system? You may qualify for a leak adjustment. Here is the District's Leak Adjustment Policy written in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) format.
Once you have determined you qualify for leak, download the "Leak Application Form" located on the Applications Tab and submit to the office for an adjustment.
Richard Gidner132 kb • February 28, 2017
Richard Gidner, Commissioner, King County Water District #90 elected to serve as King County Regional Director and the Secretary of Board of State Association.
2016 Backflow Testers
2016 Backflow FAQ
2016 Backflow Test Report
Double Check Valve Assembly (DCVA)
Double Check Valve Assembly (DCVA)397 kb • February 28, 2017
Do you have or need to have a backflow device? For most customers a DCVA (Double Check Valve Assembly) is exactly what you need. Specifications and details for DCVA installation can be found here.
List of Approved Backflow Prevention Assemblies
2017 Winter Newsletter
2016 Fall Newsletterpdf
2016 Fall Newsletter
2016 Winter Newsletter
2015 Spring Newsletter
2014 Fall Newsletter
2014 Summer Newsletter
2013 -2014 Winter Newsletter
2013 -2014 Winter Newsletter1,245 kb • February 28, 2017
- 5% General Rate Increase beginning January 1, 2014
- Construction Project's Hightlight = Tank Painting and Main Replacement
2013 Summer Newsletter
2012-13 Winter Newsletter
2012-13 Winter Newsletter396 kb • February 28, 2017
Articles in the 2012-2013 Winter Newsletter include:
- 2013 Rate Increase Annoucement
- What our employees say about working at KCWD90
2012 Summer Newsletter
2012 Summer Newsletter3,297 kb • February 28, 2017
Articles in the 2012 Summer Newsletter include:
- A Message from your Finance Manager
- Pay by Phone and On-Line Bill Pay Update
- First annual Report of Low Income and Disabled Rates
2012 Fall Newsletter
2012 Fall Newsletter1,656 kb • February 28, 2017
Articles included in the Fall Newsletter 2012 Include:
- Meet your Commissioner - Dick Gidner
- District Recognizes Joshua Deraitus for Innovation
- District Recognized Sam Amira, Commissioner Accrediation Award
- TOYS FOR TOTS
2011-2012 Winter Newsletter
2011-2012 Winter Newsletter643 kb • February 28, 2017
The 2011 Winter Newsletter includes updates about the following:
- Rates will increase about 7% beginning January 1, 2012.
- The District will be adding credit card and pay-by-phone starting the first quarter of 2012.
- KCWD 90 announces our new District Superintendent.
2017 Schedule of Charges
2016 Schedule of Charges
2014 Schedule of Charges
2013 Schedule of Charges
2012 Schedule of Charges
Records Request Form
Application for AUTO PAY
Application for AUTO PAY28 kb • February 28, 2017
This form authorizes KCWD 90 to deduct your water bill from your checking or savings account on or after the due date. All you need is this form and a voided check.
Application for LEAK Adjustment
Application for LEAK Adjustment30 kb • February 28, 2017
Use this form to request a leak adjustment. Be sure to read the Leak Adjustments FAQ before submitting your leak adjustment application.
Application for REDUCTION in Water Rates
Application for REDUCTION in Water Rates21 kb • February 28, 2017
Senior Citizens Low-Income and Permanent Disability Discount Rates
Do you qualify?
- Total household income is less the $22,000 for a single or $27,000 for a family of two or more. AND
- Applicant or spouse is 55 or older OR permanently disabled.
Use this application to apply for Discount Rates
Application for Water Availability
Application for Water Availability95 kb • February 28, 2017
The Water Availability Application from is necessary for the District to create a Water Availability Certificate (WAC). Any new water service, remodel or other property change may require a WAC. Typically the fire marshall is interested in this information in order to prove that your property has an adequate amount of fire flow. This application process also allows District staff and/or Engineers research each individual property to determine the connection fees specific to each lot.
Field Application Fill-in-able
Office Employment Application
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