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
Location: 12606 1st Ave S.
Burien, WA 98168
If you would like to attend the next teleconference contact the office for details.
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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
Your drinking water remains safe from COVID-19
The District doesn’t produce our water but purchases it from SPU. Seattle’s drinking water remains safe and protected against contaminants, including COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus. The City's water is chlorinated to remove microbial contaminants, such as bacteria and viruses. The water is also treated to remove and inactivate microbial contaminants such as chlorine-resistant Cryptosporidium.
Additionally, Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) and the District conducts water quality tests daily to help ensure contaminants stay out of our drinking water supply. During emergency events, Seattle's drinking water facilities are considered high priority. This means essential services, the delivery of water to customers, will be maintained as outlined in the utility's Continuity of Operations Plan.
Members of the public can call the DOH hotline at 1-800-525-0127 and press # if they believe they have symptoms of COVID-19. Up-to-date information is also available on the Public Health - Seattle & King County's website.
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