King County Water District No. 90 (The District) has selected a Contractor, and work on this project is scheduled to begin soon. The District would like to extend an invitation to attend a public meeting to answer any questions you may have regarding this project.
Meetings will be held at the District Office. Meeting times and dates are as follows:
Tuesday, May 16, 2023, from 3 pm to 4 pm
Wednesday, May 17, 2023, from 7 pm to 8 pm
This project will impact 215 homes in the Renton Suburban Tracts, Divisions 6 & 8. For that reason, this meeting could be larger than our conference room will allow and will be held in person only. Please come dressed for the weather, as this meeting will be held in our Maintenance Bay to allow for a large size gathering. Representatives from the District, Engineers, and RW Scott Company (Contractor) will be in attendance to answer any questions you might have.
The District wants to congratulate our Operations Manager, Josh Drummond on his efforts to raise the public works projects limit from $50,000 to $300,000 per project for the State of Washington! He was instrumental in getting HB 1621 signed into law by Governor Inslee. This new law will allow Districts to perform public works projects in-house using District personnel that cost under $300,000 to complete. This will save time and money in the long run for the District. Great work, Josh!
(pictured here from left to right: Chuck Clark, Commissioner Woodinville Water District, Governor Inslee, Judi Gladstone, Executive Director of WASWD and Joshua Drummond, our Operations Manager)
Effective April 2, 2023, the convenience fee to make credit card payments by phone will be $3.45, and online payments will be $3.95. This also applies to "Auto-Pay" online.
To avoid the convenience fees completely, you may pay by check, cash or money order in person at the district office, in our drop boxes after hours, or by mail. You can also set up FREE auto pay draft payments directly from your checking account.
The EPA is requiring all Water Districts to conduct a Lead & Copper Service Line Inventory. Lead service lines from the meter to the home were used before 1969. We do not have records of what your service line is made of. If your home was built during or before 1968, please take a minute and fill out our online form. We appreciate your help in meeting the EPA's requirement.FILL OUT FORM
Love to garden? Worried about What to Plant?
This year's Savvy Gardener Classes are full of great information about what to plant, how to plant, how to water and even rain gardens! Join us for these free, fun and informative classes. To sign up email KirstenA@kcwd90.com or call 425-55-9600.
KCWD90 has partnered with Backflow Solutions, Inc. (BSI), a third-party contractor, to manage the District's Cross Connection Control Program. BSI provides a web-based tracking program and a more efficient and cost-effective means of managing the District's inventory of backflow prevention assemblies.
What does this mean for you as a backflow customer? Click here to find out.
Clean water is essential to the pursuit of health and happiness and King County Water District No. 90 exists to provide these services to everyone in our community. We serve a diverse population and we want to communicate to you, our customers, that we support equality.Read Our Full Statement