Water & Wastewater
The Public Utility District No. 1 of Clallam County (District) is a
municipal corporation of the State of Washington authorized under the provisions of Chapter 54 of the Revised Code of Washington to own and/or operate public water systems within Clallam County.
Click the following links for information regarding water service.
Currently, the District owns and operates the following water systems. (Click the names for the most recent water quality reports.)
The Carlsborg Water District currently has 231 existing water customers in the Carlsborg area. The source of water for this system is a well located in the Carlsborg Industrial Park.
The Clallam Bay/Sekiu Water District currently has 344 existing water customers in the townsites of Clallam Bay and Sekiu. In addition, the water system provides water to the Clallam Bay Corrections Facility. The source of water for this system is a well field located near the Hoko River.
The Evergreen Water District currently has 607 existing water customers in the Bell Hill, and Loma Vista areas South of the City of Sequim. The sources of water for this system are wells located in the Happy Valley area and Loma Vista areas.
The Fairview Water District currently has 1524 existing water customers in the Agnew, Deer Park, and O’Brien areas East of Port Angeles. The sources of water for this system are a water treatment plant on Morse Creek and 3 wells in the area of The Bluffs Subdivision. Click here to learn more about the feasibility study for future needs for this system.
The Gales Addition Water District – (includes Mt. Angeles and Monroe) currently has 1556 existing water customers in the Eastern Urban Growth area of Port Angeles and includes the Mt Pleasant and Monroe Road areas. The water source for this system is purchased water from the City of Port Angeles.
The Island View Water District currently has 34 existing water customers in the Island View Subdivision (approximately 6 miles West of Sekiu). The source of water for this system is a small water treatment plant on Olsen Creek.
The Panoramic Heights Water District currently has 17 existing water customers in the Panoramic Heights subdivision South of Port Angeles. The source of water for this system is a well South of the subdivision.
Additional information on the District’s water systems may be found at the following links: