Attention: Due to Covid 19 (Coronavirus) in order to protect our staff and ratepayers the Board of Commissioners have decided to close the office to the public for general business until further notice. 
The Board of Commissioners has recently passed a resolution extending payment arrangement due to the Covid-19 pandemic. If you have lost your job due to the Covid-19 pandemic or experiencing a hardship and having difficulty paying your water bill, please call our office to make payment arrangements. Office: 206-243-3990

Scheduled Meetings

Location: 12606 1st Ave S.

Burien, WA 98168

If you would like to attend the next teleconference contact the office for details.

 

Commissioners Meeting

October 7th

at 10:00 A.M.

Commissioners Meeting

October 21st

at 10:00 A.M.

Commissioners Meeting

November 4th

at 10:00 Am

Office Hours

8:00am to 4:30pm Monday - Friday (except holidays) 

Paying your water bill is now quick and easy with electronic payments!

Click 'Pay Now' on the following page to make a single waterbill payment, or save time and register your account to make a payment and save your payment information for the future!

Payments are posted the following business day.

If your meter is locked, call the District  office.

Pay your waterbill online

or call the District Office for other electronic payment methods

206-243-3990

In an effort to encourage transparency the Commissioners of Water District #20 would like to bring to your attention an Ordnance from City of Burien that will impact your utility rates by at least 8%. Below is excerpt from the City's ordnance.

Agenda Bill City Council Regular Business Meeting - 05 Oct 2020 - Department Finance Introduction to Ordinance No. 744, Providing for Water and Sewer Utility Taxes Summary: In response to the General Fund Revenue Options presentation on September 10, 2020, the Council directed staff to include the new Water and Sewer Utility Tax in the 2021-2022 Preliminary Budget and to return with an ordinance to impose the 8 percent tax on the utility districts...... The revenues will be deposited into the General Fund and are unrestricted. Staff will explore adding the Water and Sewer Utility Tax to the Utility Relief Program for lowincome households with the utilities and will followup accordingly. Options 1. Adopt Ordinance No. 744 2. Do not adopt Ordinance No. 744 ......

Click here to see the full Agenda Item.

Please direct any questions or comments to the Burien City Council: council@burienwa.gov

or  

206-241-4647

Do It yourself trouble shooting!

Leaky toilets can cost you big $$

Toilet leaks can be sneaky. Many toilet leaks are silent and can occur without you realizing it, but finding and fixing the leak is easier than you might think! . Learn more about Fixing Toilet Leaks

For additional ways to protect your home click here!
All video's are provided by Saving Water Partnership and do not represent the views of King County Water District #20
Use your meter to help find a leak!

Finding a service leak can be difficult but with a little know how and a little investigation you can determine if a leak is present and begin the process of tracking down where that leak is located!

Indoor Faucet repair

Indoor faucet leaks are one of the most common household leaks and one of the easiest to fix.

8:00 Am to 4:30 Pm

Phone: (206) 243-3990

Fax:     (206) 244-7514

Email: Kcwd20@Kcwd20.com

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