The Clackamas River Water Providers (CRWP) is made up of eight municipal water providers that get their drinking water from the Clackamas River. Participation in the organization is voluntary and is funded through membership dues. Though the CRWP projects and staff are jointly funded, each individual organization retains their own individual autonomy.

CLACKAMAS RIVER WATER – Clackamas River Water is a domestic water supply district serving residents of Clackamas County, located in the southeastern part of the Portland metropolitan area. CRW serves approximately 60 square miles, including much of north Clackamas County, Sunnyside, Milwaukie and Clackamas. The southern boundaries of the district extend into the rural areas surrounding Oregon City in south Clackamas County. For more information visit Clackamas River Water at

* CITY OF ESTACADA – The City of Estacada located at the base of the Clackamas River Gorge and the Mt. Hood National Forest serves drinking water to a population of 2,855 customers. For more information visit

* CITY OF GLADSTONE – The City of Gladstone located near the confluence of the Willamette River serves drinking water to a population of over 12,000 people. For more information visit

CITY OF LAKE OSWEGO – The City of Lake Oswego, located in Clackamas County, serves drinking water to over 36,000 people. For more information visit

* OAK LODGE WATER DISTRICT – Oak Lodge Water District serves drinking water to approximately 33,000 people in the Oak Grove/Jennings Lodge communities. For more information regarding Oak Lodge Water District go to

SOUTH FORK WATER BOARD – South Fork Water Board is a water treatment plant that is jointly owned by the Cities of Oregon City and West Linn providing drinking water to approximately 63,000 people. In addition South Fork has two wholesale customers, Clackamas River Water South and the North Clackamas County Water Commission. For more information about South Fork Water Board visit

SUNRISE WATER AUTHORITY – Sunrise Water Authority currently serves drinking water to a population of approximately 30,000 in the Cities of Happy Valley and Damascus. For more information about Sunrise Water Authority visit

CITY OF TIGARD – The City of Tigard provides water to 58,000 residents of the Tigard Water Service Area (TWSA) which includes the cities of Durham, King City, two-thirds of Tigard, and the Tigard Water District. With the completion of the Lake Oswego/Tigard Water Partnership in 2016 the City of Tigard will get all of their water from the Clackamas River.

* Public Outreach and Conservation programs and services are provided to these members.