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Interested in learning more about your drinking water quality? Have a water quality concern? Read on for helpful information.
Has your building been partially or fully closed for months during the pandemic? Letting water sit in pipes for long periods of time can have a negative impact on your building’s water quality. Learn what you should do before reopening your building.
We're here for you, through every emergency. Get to know your drinking water by reviewing the 2020 water quality report.
Water Treatment Plant staff have responded to many water customer requests for lead samples over the past year.
Key Information for Lake Oswego Water Customers - June 2018
Cyanotoxins (produced by blue green algae) were recently detected in Salem’s drinking water. Lake Oswego’s drinking water is safe to drink. Read on for more information.
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