These facilities treat, pump, and store water for domestic, commercial and fire fighting purposes, both inside and outside of the city limits. The primary goal of this activity is meet or exceed water quality standards to remain in full compliance with state and federal regulations, while providing adequate quantity and pressure for fire fighting. The design capacity of the treatment plant is 2 million gallons per day (MGD). Average production was 0.5 MGD in 2007, while peak demand was 0.7 MGD. The storage capacity of the reservoir is 1.25 million gallons. Preventive and corrective maintenance is routinely performed at these facilities for safe and cost effective operations. Funding is provided through water user fees.
As a member of the Clackamas River Water Providers (CRWP) the City of Estacada residents have access to the following programs:
- Free CRWP water conservation tools
- Free summer Landscape Water Audits
- Up to $485 in Water Conservation Rebates.
Download a Water Conservation Rebate Application
If you are a teacher in Estacada the CRWP has a number of free classroom presentations, assembly programs, a mini water grant program, as well as water related curriculum, models and videos available for teachers to use to teach about water. View teacher resources.
If you own a septic system and live in the Estacada area you are eligible for the CRWP Septic System Inspection Rebate or the Septic System Repair Cost Share program. For more information about these opportunities view the programs.