We Are Hiring!

Cedar River Water & Sewer District is accepting applications for a Maintenance Technician.    Read more and download an application
Read More

Annual Backflow Testing by May 31, 2017

Annual Backflow Testing is required by May 31, 2017.  Irrigation/Sprinkler Systems, Fire-Sprinkler Systems and Wells require testing. If you have questions please
Read More

Pay Your Bill

Cedar River has a new partnering with Paymentus to offer payment by phone and online credit card payment for your utility bill.

Your Commissioners

Meet your commissioners and access meeting Agendas, Minutes and Resolutions.

Forms Library

Get the latest version of our available forms.

Contact Us

Have a question or an emergency, call us at (425) 255-6370 or click here for more options.

Meetings & Events

Board of Commissioner meetings are regularly scheduled events that take place at 3:30PM on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Read More

Call us first

Cedar River staff are here to help answer any questions from customers concerning District-owned equipment and District-maintained systems.

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.

Whether it is determined that the work needing to be done is your responsibility or the Districts, always call 811 for FREE utility location services before work begins.  Know what’s below, call before you dig!

Conservation for everyone

The Saving Water Partnership (SWP) – which is made up of Cedar River Water & Sewer District and its 18 water utility partners – has set a six-year conservation goal: reduce per capita use from current levels so that the SWP’s total average annual retail water use is less than 105 mgd from 2013 through 2018 despite forecasted population growth. For 2016, the Saving Water Partnership met the goal, using 94.4 mgd.

Visit the Saving Water Partnership website to learn how you can further help conserve water as well as take advantage of money saving incentives and rebates offered by the Partnership.

Saving Water Partnership Website