|2019-2020 Budget Committee Meeting Announcement - Thursday, April 25, 2019|
A public meeting of the Budget Committee of the Tri City Water & Sanitary Authority, Douglas County, State of Oregon, to discuss the budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020, will be held at the Authority Office at 215 N. Old Pacific Hwy, Myrtle Creek, OR.
The meeting will take place on May 15, 2019 at 6:30 pm.
The purpose of the meeting is to receive the budget message and to receive comment from the public on the budget. This is a public meeting where deliberation of the Budget Committee will take place. Any person may appear at the meeting and discuss the proposed programs with the Budget Committee.
A copy of the budget document may be inspected or obtained on or after April 25th, 2019 at 215 N. Old Pacific Hwy, Myrtle Creek, OR between the hours of 7:30am and 4:00pm. This meeting notice will also be posted on our website: www.tcwsa.com
|Tri City Water & Sanitary Authority Solar Array - Thursday, March 21, 2019|
The Tri City Water & Sanitary Authority's 287 kW solar array is online and was made possible with funding support from Pacific Power's Blue Sky program customers. To see real time solar production information, please click the following link. Real Time Solar Data
|Oregon Water Resources Grant - Tuesday, June 5, 2012|
Tri City Water & Sanitary Authority received a $16,500 grant from Oregon Water Resources Department in order to provide a preliminary engineering analysis and recommendation for improvement of its water storage and distribution system. This is a matching grant, which means that for every dollar that Tri City spends up to $16,500, Oregon Water Resources will match it.
This will primarily address the addition or enlargement of current water storage at the south end of the district.This area was identified as deficient in storage in both the 2006 Water Master Plan and also the Risk Failure Analysis that was completed in 2010.
To qualify for this grant, TCWSA had to show that this project will provide means to improve deficiencies and more efficient water usage. It is believed that conservation and efficiency benefits will ultimately reduce the demand on the South Umpqua River especially during the summer when the river historically runs at its lowest level. Additional water storage would enable TCWSA to pump less water from the South Umpqua during critical periods for water quality and fish habitat.
|Water Line Insurance - Friday, March 9, 2012|
Solicitations by mail or otherwise asking TCWSA residents to “insure their water lines” is not being initiated or endorsed by Tri City Water and Sanitary Authority.
Several customers have been contacted by mail over the past several months recommending that they buy insurance that would cover waterline repairs. Beware that this is not something that is required and not something that we are making recommendations for or against.
Homeowners are responsible for their own water lines from the meter into their homes. TCWSA is responsible for the water main lines and lines up to and including the water meter
It is our understanding that the information from the companies that are sending out the proposals to insure water lines may be using “scare tactics” to promote this insurance.
Surrounding communities have been receiving similar contact soliciting insurance to cover the water lines. As with any solicitation, be very careful when giving out credit card or personal information.
|Safety Grant Awarded - Thursday, January 19, 2012|
TCWSA received a 50 – 50 safety grant from Special Districts of Oregon for $1,946, or half of the expense to install additional security fencing at the Authority’s water storage tanks. This project had been completed in September of 2011. Tri City was one of 130 applications for their 2012 matching safety grant program.