Important Information

Do you have any idea where your water comes from? Seal Rock Water District's customers live from South Beach to Bayshore, but the 7 million gallons of water they use each month comes from the same place, through hundreds of miles of pipes.

The water is pumped out of the Siletz River and piped to Toledo's water treatment plant. Once treated, it is pumped along S. Bay Road and literally through the woods to our secondary treatment facility near Thiel Creek. Then the water goes to our storage tanks at Lost Creek and Driftwood and to the north-south main transmission lines on the east side of Highway 101. There are smaller pipes branching off the main lines that feed neighborhoods and eventually your house. Along the way, there are thousands of valves, another pump or two, and all that pipe that requires periodic replacement and repair.

Water Outages

There are currently no outages to report.

Closures

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Rules & Regulations

These regulations shall apply to all real property within the Seal Rock Water District and to all users of water being supplied by the District.

Employment Opportunities

We currently have no job openings.  Please check back for further information.

SEAL ROCK WATER DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Rates & Fees

Our current rates and fee schedule.

Map & Directions

From Highway 101 in Seal Rock, turn East on NW Grebe Street. Go two blocks to 1037, on the right.

Water Conservation

Water conservation is the most cost-effective and environmentally sound way to reduce our demand for water. Read more.

Boil Water Notice

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Boil Water FAQ

Commonly Asked Questions following A Boil Water Notice

Boil Water FAQ

For Sale

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