Helpful Links

Helpful Links

Cedar River Water & Sewer District
Cedar River Water and Sewer District has been providing high quality Water and Sewer services at reasonable rates since 1960.

City of Auburn
Auburn is centrally located between Seattle and Tacoma in the heart of the Green River Valley with easy access to the best of both cities. Auburn is a quick 30 minute drive to all Seattle has to offer and more, and a 20 minute drive to Tacoma.

City of Black Diamond

Black Diamond offers a warm and friendly rural, small town atmosphere with spectacular mountain views. The city is nestled in the foothills within miles of the beautiful Green River Gorge and Flaming Geyser Park.
City of Covington
The City of Covington is a code city with a Council-Manager form of government. The City Manager is appointed by the Covington City Council to oversee all of the executive, administrative, and operational services provided by the city.
City of Maple Valley
The City is 5.8 square miles, located east of Kent and Covington, and north of Black Diamond. Maple Valley is located about 30 minutes east of Seattle and Tacoma, equidistant from the water of Puget Sound and the landscapes of the Cascade Mountains. Maple Valley offers an extraordinary location to enjoy all that our region has to offer. 

King County iMap
iMap is an application that allows you to view King County spatial information (GIS data and images) in an interactive map display. You can customize your map display to show just the information you want to see at the best scale for your chosen purpose.
King County GIS Center
The King County GIS Center provides efficient, high-quality GIS leadership, coordination, infrastructure, and services to meet the business needs of our customers and clients in King County government, the Puget Sound region and beyond.
Soos Creek Water & Sewer District
Soos Creek Water & Sewer District (SCWSD) has served the residents of southeast King County since 1939. We are a municipal corporation formed when Water District 58 and Cascade Sewer District merged in 1987.
Washington Association of Sewer & Water District
The Washington Association of Sewer and Water Districts is composed of general members and associate members, made up of Washington State "Special Purpose" sewer, water, or combined sewer/water districts that have been accepted by the Board of Directors and are in good standing.
Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) manages state trust lands for the people of Washington, which includes 5.6 million acres of forest, range, agricultural, aquatic, and commercial lands for more than $200 million in annual financial benefit for public schools, state institutions, and county services.
Washington State Department of Health
This page is for water system owners and operators. Public water systems and their water works operators are our first line of defense against contaminants getting into our public water supply and people getting sick.
Washington State Geospatial Portal
The purpose of this site is to provide access to and promote the use of geospatial data resources in Washington state. Here you will find a wide range of geospatial data, applications and services available to public and private entities alike.
Water District 111
Dedicated to providing the best quality water to the Lake Meridian, WA area at the lowest possible price.
WSDOT Maps & Data
Check out the maps and geospatial data, crash data, travel data, roadway data and other applications and tools available through WSDOT.

Lead Compliance

Lead in Drinking Water
Basic information about lead in drinking water.

Lead in School Drinking Water

Information and resources for schools regarding lead.
Test Your Home's Drinking Water
This page provides information on sources of lead at home, how to make your home lead-safe, and how to protect your children where the learn and play.
Tacoma Public Utilities
Tacoma Public Utilities' information on lead.
Seattle Public Utilities
Seattle Public Utilities' information page on water quality and lead concerns.

For Home

Water Conservation
If you’re considering a water conservation plan for your home, there are several tips and tricks you can use to reduce your water consumption. (Sponsored by HomeAdvisor)