We hope the following information will be informative and helpful to you. The Sanitary District is a Non-Profit Service District. We are regulated by ORS 450 and State DEQ Regulations. We are monitored by a local Board of Directors.
There are three types of systems working within the sewer system. Depending on where you live, you are connected by one of the following: pressure system, vacuum system, or gravity system. As part of the new system, we have acquired 480 acres from the Forest Service. We put in 3 lagoons which range in size from .9 to 13.5 acres, plus 2-50 acre irrigation fields that are planted with orchard grass. To accomplish all of this, the District received $4.7 million in Federal Loans and approximately $3.5 million in Grants. The loan is to be paid back in 30 years.
"This Organization is an Equal Opportunity Provider"
OWW Unit II Sanitary District
NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING
The Board of Directors of the Oregon Water Wonderland - Unit II Sanitary District will hold their Regular Board Meeting on Thursday August 20, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at the district office, located at 55841 Swan Rd, Bend OR 97707. The agenda will be provided at the meeting. This is a public meeting; any person may appear at the meeting.
NOTICE OF BOARD VACANCY
The OWW Unit 2 Sanitary District Board of Directors has (1) Board Member Vacancy. Position #4 is currently a two (2) year term ending on June 30, 2021. This position will be open until filled.
Any eligible resident within the district boundaries, who is a registered voter and who is interested in serving on the District Board can apply via application below or from the district office located at 55841 Swan Rd, Bend OR 97707.
Those wipes may say ‘flushable’ but don’t flush them
All sanitizing wipes, paper towels, rags, diapers, baby wipes and anything advertised as “flushable” should NOT be flushed down the toilet.
These materials are not biodegradable and can cause blockages in your home plumbing system as well as the district’s sewage collection system which can result in back-ups, overflows, and damage to sewage handling equipment.
Even though these wipes do eventually break down, they take a longer amount of time to do so compared to toilet paper. Since the breakdown of wet wipes aren’t as rapid, clogged pipes and blockages occur more frequently. Putting your home’s plumbing at risk for serious clogs translates to hefty plumbing bills for you.