Toasting project completion with a cool drink of water
Officials for the Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership gathered recently to celebrate the completion of a $254 million project to expand and upgrade six major water facilities.
The project was created to give the communities of Tigard and Lake Oswego a secure, reliable drinking water system.
This system includes a water intake facility at the Clackamas River in Gladstone, a water treatment facility in West Linn, the Waluga Reservoir in Lake Oswego, the Bonita Road pump station in Tigard, and the pipeline that carries the water.
Its design was also completed to the highest seismic resiliency standards, enhancing the reliability of the regional water supply in an emergency.
To learn more about the Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership, visit its website.