Eastsound Water Users Association

Service you can trust. Water you can depend on.

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Water Emergency

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Welcome to Eastsound Water

Water is a precious gift and among our most vital resources. EWUA has the awesome responsibility of delivering safe, high-quality water to our community. It is a responsibility we proudly embrace.

The EWUA volunteer board and staff are dedicated to providing this exceptional service to our 1300+ members. All of us at EWUA are also committed to the responsible stewardship of our island’s finite water resources.

You will find information on this website about purchasing an EWUA membership, rate structures and services, downloadable forms, and how you can do your part in water conservation to help protect our water resources.

Have a question not easily answered on our website or FAQ? We’ll be glad to talk with you on the phone, in person, or via email.

Call us during office hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 360-376-2127.

Latest News

New Financial Assistance Programs

In response to the COVID 19 virus and its impact on our community Eastsound Water users may be experiencing quarantining, reduced income or other financial impacts. Your water system has developed several initiatives to help support our members and customers, while...

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COVID 19 and your Water System

Eastsound Water Users Association is closely monitoring the developments of the spread of COVID-19.    The CDC and Washington Department of Health has issued statements that the COVID 19 virus IS NOT TRANSMITTED through a disinfected water supply such...

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Record Low Water Use in 2019

In 2019 Eastsound Water served more connections with less water than ever before. There are 3 graphics in this post that demonstrate the Water System continued improvements is efficiently managing the community's water supply. The first graph show the continual...

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