Home | FAQs | Contact | Our Mission
Cedar River WSD

Cedar River Water & Sewer District


Please take notice that the Board of Commissioners of Cedar River Water and Sewer District will convene a special meeting on November 16, 2015, 11:00 a.m. at the offices of Cedar River Water and Sewer District, 18421 SE Petrovitsky Road, Renton, WA 98058.

View the complete notice and agenda here

Water Advisory Notice

Recent rains have improved our region’s water supply. Now cautiously optimistic about water supply conditions, Cedar River Water and Sewer District moved to the lowest stage of it’s Water Shortage Contingency Plan, the “Advisory Stage”.

The Advisory Stage means that a potential water supply problem may exist. This is still the case due to an ongoing strong El Nino that is expected to bring warm weather through the spring. While in the Advisory Stage, the District asks customers to use water wisely by not wasting it.


Click Here to pay your bill online
Please note, our online payment processor will charge a $1.25 service fee, and 3% transaction fee in addition to your bill when paying online.

New Office Address and Entrance

OfficeAfter nearly 9 years of planning and permitting, Cedar River Water & Sewer District is pleased to announce that the new office and administrative facilities have recently been completed. Entrance to the new facility is now located at 18421 SE Petrovitsky Road. The customer payment drop box has also been moved to our new entrance and is checked every weekday by 6:45 a.m.

The new facility is built on a 12 acre site and consists of approximately 25,000 square feet of new administrative space, vehicle storage facilities, and pipe storage areas. Much effort was made to utilize the trees on site for the posts, timbers, and decking used within the lobby and throughout much of the facility. In addition, all Office topsoil used on site for planting was preserved and recycled during the clearing process. As required by county code, the project was designed and built around the existing sensitive areas on the site in addition to making significant hydraulic and wetland area improvements. The facility is designed to meet the needs of district customers for the next 40 to 50 years.

The 36 year old facility vacated by the move to the new office will be maintained as shop space, storage, and a training area. District customers are welcome to stop in and see the facility and tours can be arranged during working hours by filling out the form on the contact us page.