Cedar River Water & Sewer District
Effective Monday March 30, 2020 until further notice
Temporary – District Office & Field Crew – Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

The District office continues to be closed to walk-in customers until further notice.

Phone: 425-255-6370

Email: custsvc@crwsd.com

Starting Monday 3/30, all District staff will be divided into two teams that will work on a weekly rotation, in order to reduce exposure to each other and therefore reduce the risk of staff wide infection. Please note, due to the changes in staffing our response times may be affected. We thank you in advance for your patience during this unprecedented time.  Additional information may be found below.

CRWSD RESPONSE TO COVID-19 Updated 3/24/2020

As of Thursday March 19, 2020 – The District office is temporarily closed to the public for general business in order to reduce the risk of exposure.   Essential business functions may be conducted by appointment only provided attendees do not exhibit symptoms of the virus.

For additional information including Water is Safe, Temporary Customer Assistance with Past Due Accounts, Electronic and Drop Box Payments and DO NOT FLUSH Disinfection / Sanitizing WIPES please read CRWSD’s entire announcement.

Open Public Meetings

Board of Commissioner meetings are regularly scheduled events that take place at 3:30 PM on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. You are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Call Before You Dig

Building a deck? Planting a tree? Installing a mailbox? 811 is the new number you should call before you begin any digging project.  Accidentally breaking a line can be costly for you. Save the headache, schedule a locate service by calling 811.

Saving Starts In The Bathroom

Did you know…..Installing restrictive shower and faucet heads can save up to 50% of water used? …..In the average home, 2/3 of all water used indoors is used in the bathroom?…..Toilets use 33% of that indoor usage?…..The average person uses 80 gallons of water a day?…..The average family, 165 gallons per day?

Did You Know?

Should you have a plumber or contractor suggesting any water or sewer work outside of your home or business, like a meter replacement or sewer line replacement call us first! This one call can save you paying thousands of dollars for work that may be the Districts responsibility. Additionally, you can save yourself from unnecessary penalties for tampering with District-owned equipment.