60 YEARS OF ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP
In 1951, the residents of the Shoreline area voted to establish Ronald Wastewater as a special purpose district focused on the operations and maintenance of a sanitary sewage collection system. In 1995, the City of Shoreline was incorporated. Although Ronald Wastewater District is located within the corporate limits of the City, it is not a division of, related to, nor managed by the City of Shoreline. Currently Ronald Wastewater District receives flows from the corporate limits of the City of Shoreline and parts of unincorporated Snohomish County, as well as a portion of the Town of Woodway, the City of Mountlake Terrace, and the Highlands Sewer District.
AFTER HOURS SEWER EMERGENCY NUMBER (206) 533-0177
As a primary part of the District’s preventive maintenance plan, a high velocity pipeline cleaning program is used to maintain over 190 miles of sewer lines. Our crews will be cleaning the sewer mainlines in the Meridian Park and Parkwood Neighborhoods through mid May. Check back often to see where District crews are working or follow us on Twitter or Facebook for updates. If you have any questions about pipe cleaning or the District's preventative maintenance plan please call us at (206) 546-2494.
Visit the Shoreline Historical Museum
New Exhibit - Connections: Surface Water, Piped Water, Wastewater. Learn More >>
Can't flush this!
One in 10 people has suffered from blocked toilets and drains by flushing items such as baby wipes, make-up wipes, sanitary products and cotton swabs...
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing supports the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department becoming an independent public authority under the supervision of the Board of Water Commissioners. Read Full Press Release >>
There are several agencies in the Shoreline area that offer assistance to those in need. For more information Click Here >>
Ronald Wastewater District Oversees Four Sewer Projects in 2013. Learn More >>
Ronald Wastewater District 2013 Adopted Budget. View 2013 Budget Here >>
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And receive a free low flow shower head while supplies last. Water is a precious natural resource, and reducing the amount of water that goes down the drain helps save this resource. View Photos >>
Look for our new website coming soon! The new site will offer easier navigation and new content, and just like our newsletter the website is produced in-house by District staff. By producing everything in-house we can save our ratepayer's money and pass the savings on to you by keeping the District's rates low.
STATE AUDITOR'S OFFICE AUDIT SUMMARY: Local Government Financial Condition
Special Purpose Water and Sewer Districts in healthier financial condition than Cities (page 6)
Ronald Wastewater District has a Low income Senior Citizen or Disabled Citizen Discount for qualified homeowners. Please call our office at (206) 546-2494 for more information or...
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