On October 23, 2017, Ronald Wastewater District began contracting with the City of Shoreline to provide wastewater services under the terms of a wastewater utility operating services agreement. You will still be able to report customer service issues using the utility's phone number (206) 546-2494, and pay your bill online. What will change is that you will conduct all in-person wastewater utility business at Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Avenue N. (The payment drop box will be located on the top floor of the City Hall parking garage.) For information about this change, visit shorelinewa.gov/wastewater.
Ronald Wastewater District is a special purpose district focused on the operations and and maintenance of a sanitary sewage collection system. We serve the corporate limits of the City of Shoreline (excluding The Highlands) and parts of unincorporated Snohomish County, as well as receive flows from a portion of the Town of Woodway, the City of Mountlake Terrace, and the Highlands Sewer District.
For new accounts, please call (206) 546-2494 or email Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org (Customer Service Representative)
Ronald Wastewater District Moving to City Hall
Beginning October 23, all wastewater service that is conducted in-person including payment box, receiving a permit, and customer service issues will take place at Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Avenue N. Operations will open at 10:00 AM that day. Click here to learn more...
Using a sewer clearing machine? Call PSE first at 1-888-225-5773. On rare occasions, natural gas pipelines could be installed through sewer service lines, also called cross bores. Learn more ...
Wastewater Utility Operating Services Agreement Between the City of Shoreline and Ronald Wastewater District
F.O.G. Affects Everyone.
Improper disposal of Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) from homes, apartments, and businesses is one of the leading causes of sanitary sewer blockages. Learn More...
First Amendment of Interlocal Operating Agreement Between the City of Shoreline and Ronald Wastewater District Relating to Sanitary Sewer Services Within Shoreline's City Limits
Interlocal Operating Agreement Between the City of Shoreline and Ronald Wastewater District Relating to Sanitary Sewer Services Within Shoreline's City Limits
District crews clean and inspect an average of about 75 miles of pipeline each year.
To ensure a constant efficient flow of wastewater throughout our collection system, our crews use special equipment and vehicles to clean, repair, and inspect our sewer lines.