Seal Rock Water District -

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1037 NW Grebe Street, Seal Rock

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Welcome to Seal Rock Water District

Seal Rock Water District Staff

On this website, you will find information on the people serving you at Seal Rock Water District along with our rates, service charges and fees and educational pages on water quality, conservation and other topics.

The Seal Rock Water District Water Quality Report is available online at

The new Water Quality Report will be available after June 15th of each year. 

Each year, Seal Rock Water District provides its customers with an Annual Water Quality Report to let them know how our water quality stacks up against established federal and state drinking water standards. We encourage you to review this report as it provides details about the source and quality of the drinking water delivered to your community.

Please contact us if you would like a paper copy of the Seal Rock Water District Water Quality Report.

In an effort to be more environmentally responsible, we are no longer printing these reports and sending them to our customers with their billing statements. If you wish to have a paper copy, you can print one directly from our website. You can also receive a printed version by contacting our office at 541-563-3529.

Seal Rock Water District Office

We invite your input and participation in the water district. You'll find our agenda, meeting schedule and meeting minutes on this site. We urge you to attend our meetings and give us your guidance.

Contact us if you have any questions or comments!

Going on a vacation or extended trip? Pay in advance or try our DIRECT PAYMENT PLAN.

No more late fees, no more stamps, no more inconvenience to pay your monthly bill. Many of your friends and neighbors have already signed up to have their water bill automatically deducted from their bank account. Just contact the office!

Call Before You Dig!
    • Utility Notification Center
      48 hours in advance.

    • What happens when you call: You call the Utilities Notification Center.
      UNC will notify utility companies.
      Member utilities mark lines.
      You dig safely.