A Message from WES Director Greg Geist
Dear Valued Customer,
As the last quarter of 2020 begins, the Clackamas Water Environment Services (WES) team continues to adjust and work through the pandemic, recent wildfires and other challenges to ensure that you, our valued customers, receive the services you depend on every day of the year.

WES employees continue to practice COVID-19 safety guidelines while maintaining our 24/7 operations for you. WES also remains focused on long-term projects designed to ensure that the wastewater treatment needs of our more than 190,000 customers are met for decades to come. 

One of these projects is the Tri-City Solids Project, which just marked a major milestone. The new 1.3 million gallon digester was brought online at our Tri-City Water Resource Recovery facility in Oregon City. This project supports WES’ mission to protect public health, our shared environment, and the economy, as WES expands its capacity to accommodate the needs of a rapidly growing population. 
Our commitment to building a strong infrastructure for our communities includes our newly-strengthened 82nd Drive Pedestrian Bridge, which re-opened after being seismically-retrofitted to withstand a magnitude 9.0 earthquake. The upgrades include new sewer pipes and additional protections for pipes and utility lines on the bridge.

2020 continues to be an eventful, challenging year for all of us, but we are getting through it together. Our approach to serving you in 2021 will be no different, as we are fully prepared to meet any and all future obstacles head-on to provide the services you depend on every day.

Please continue to follow all safety recommendations to protect yourself and your loved ones.

From the WES family to yours, we wish you a safe and happy holiday season.


Greg Geist, WES Director
WES-SOLVE Summer Waterway Cleanups Series
For the third consecutive year, Clackamas Water Environment Services has partnered with Solve for a series of Waterway Cleanups to keep area waterways and natural areas clean and healthy.
Education through Art - Protecting our Streams
Clackamas Water Environment Services partnered with the City of Happy Valley and artist Sarah Miller to educate park-goers of all ages on ways they can help protect our environment. Sarah created artworks on catch basins and manhole covers in the park to raise awareness of the impacts of stormwater on stream health.
Preparing for Rainy Days
A friendly video reminder from Clackamas Water Environment Services, KPTV and our Clean Water Partners on how to get ready for the rainy season.
New, Improved Online Payment System
WES Effluent - Slayden
We have added additional features to our new online payment system that gives you access to your account 24 hours a day. It’s a secure and convenient way to pay your bills on your own time. You can now:

-View real-time balances, payment amounts and bill due dates -Make one-time or recurring payments
-Review transaction history
-Pay by phone

The WES Office is Open for Business!
Our office at 150 Beavercreek Road in Oregon City is open to serve you from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Our customer service phone lines are also open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Our Operations and Field staffs are continuing to provide you service.

If you are experiencing flooding or a problem with your sanitary sewer that needs immediate attention, please call 503-655-8211, and a WES representative will contact you promptly.

Sanitary sewer service and surface water management.
150 Beavercreek Road Oregon City, OR 97045

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