Jun 1, 2020
In regards to the Annual Meeting scheduled for June 8, 2020:
Because of the current pandemic we will need to handle the Annual Meeting for Rickreall Community Water Association in a slightly different format than we have in the past.
The meeting will occur as scheduled but because of restrictions on the number of people that can be together, we will not be able to accommodate additional members in the conference room. All business will be posted to our website: RickreallWater.com one week following the meeting.
If you have any business you would like to address at the meeting, we ask that you email us at least 24 hours prior to the meeting so it can be put on the agenda and discussed by the Board of Directors. You may also attend remotely by using the Webex web conferencing system. Again, please let us know at least 24 hours in advance via email so we can email the Webex instructions to you. Our email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Again, all business will be posted to our website.
If you wish to vote in the election of officers, you may do so prior to the meeting between the hours of 5pm and 6pm on June 8th. To do so, you may come to the office, sign in at a voting table, pick up a ballot and then drop it in a ballot box. We are asking that if you choose to do so, you wear a mask for your protection as well as the protection of the RCWA staff.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you and wish you continued good health.
The Board of Directors
Mar 20, 2020
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and for the safety of our staff, the RCWA office will remain closed while we work from home. Please leave your payment in the box on the side of the building or put it in the mail.
We will be available thru our email or you can call 503.623.2801 with any questions. We wish the best for all our customers and families during this time.
Rickreall Community Water Association (RCWA) has been providing drinking water to homes, businesses, churches, and a school in the area in and around Rickreall, Oregon since 1971.
We currently have approximately 530 customers, about 40 miles of distribution lines, and are proud to offer some of the lowest water rates in the state.
Our water comes from wells throughout our region, meaning it's ground water rather than surface water (water coming from reservoirs, creeks, and rivers). Ground water is generally cleaner, and less susceptible to algae problems.