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Our Consumer Confidence Report is available for viewing under the Reports & Finance tab to the left. Also, a copy has been mailed to you in your March billing statement and copies are available here in the office for you as well.
The North Beach Water District is conducting its cross connection control program. A cross connection control program is designed to keep the public water system and those who use it safe from possible hazards caused by a cross connection. You will be receiving a questionnaire in the mail, it is very important that you fill it out completely and return it. Doing so will help the District keep your water system as safe as possible. If you have any questions on the survey or any concerns, please don’t hesitate to call us at (360) 665-4144.
You may also download and complete the questionnaire at home by clicking the appropriate link below.
We wanted you to know that North Beach Water District has a new online payment provider. Xpress Bill Pay is the premier local government and service district payment provider.
The District made the switch to provide you with many new and exciting features like full bill presentation, billing history, auto pay, payment wallet, paperless billing, enhanced email notifications, single logon with multiple accounts, and many more.
You will be directed to the new website when you select the “Pay My Bill” option on the left side of this website or you can access Xpress Bill Pay directly at https://www.xpressbillpay.com
And best of all, Xpress Bill Pay has an app! Just visit the IOS app store to download it, the Android version is in the works.
You will need to visit the new site to establish an account. Your old account with our previous provider will no longer allow you to login after October of this year.
For even more information including how to sign up as well as answers to some Frequently Asked Questions, please click HERE.
If you had auto pay, or recurring payments setup with our previous provider, you will need to establish an new auto pay with Xpress Bill Pay.
We know you will love the new features. If you have any questions you can reach Xpress Bill Pay via email at email@example.com or via telephone at 800-766-2350
We look forward to serving you!
Xpress Bill Pay Support
Summer is upon us and temperatures are going up. People use a lot more water during the summer than any other time of the year, which can get very expensive. Please click on the link below to learn some valuable tips on water conservation.
Please join us for an Open House at our new office and facilities building. Light refreshments will be served and staff will be providing guided tours of the new building. District staff will be available to answer questions related to the building, District operations, and more. We look forward to seeing you and showing off our new building. A regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners will follow the Open House starting at 6:00 PM.
What: Open House
When: Monday, June 20, 2016
Time: 4:00 to 5:45 pm
Where: 2212 272nd Street Ocean Park, WA 98640
As of May 2, 2016 North beach water is operating exclusively out of our new location at 2212 272nd Street. Feel free to stop by and visit the new location!
Construction on the new offices and facilities building is nearly complete and North Beach Water District will be moving in at the end of the month. The District office will be closed for normal business on Thursday April 28th & Friday April 29th to relocate our office equipment and supplies and will re-open on Monday May 2nd. While we will be closed on the 28th & 29th for normal business, our after-hours emergency crew will still be available so if you have an emergency please call the regular office number (360) 665-4144 and they will contact our after-hours crew.
North Beach Water District Precautionary Boil Water Advisory Rescinded
Ocean Park. The Southwest Regional Office of Drinking Water has rescinded a precautionary boil water advisory for all North Beach Water District customers at 10:00 AM Thursday April 7, 2016. Normal water use can resume immediately for all customers.
Analysis of water samples by a Washington State Certified Laboratory confirmed the potable water supply is not contaminated.
North Beach Water District issued the precautionary boil water advisory on Monday, April 4, 2016, after a water main break in close proximity to a source of contamination on Bay Avenue near the intersection of Bay Avenue and Park Avenue.
If you have any questions, please call us at (360) 665-4144.
**Update 4-6-2016 #2**
**Update 4-6-2016 #1**
All customers are still under the boil water advisory until further notice.
The broken water main has been repaired as of late Monday night. Field Crews spent Tuesday disinfecting and flushing the system, because of this you might notice an odor of chlorine. All customers are still under the boil water advisory for any water that will or may be ingested for example: Drinking, cooking, tea or coffee, brushing teeth, or washing fruits, vegetables or any other food. We also advise all customers to boil their water prior to giving it to pets. to ensure the water is safe to drink, it should be brought to a rolling boil and allowed to boil for at least one minute. The water is safe to use for bathing, washing clothes, or washing dishes.
The District is hoping to be able to lift the advisory by Friday, however that will be dependent on the results from water samples at the laboratory.
North Beach Water District has experienced a water main break in close proximity to a potential source of contamination. As a precaution, North Beach Water District is issuing a Boil Water Advisory for all of its customers until further notice. As soon as the water main is repaired the distribution system will be flushed and disinfected. The District will submit water samples to a certified laboratory to confirm the water is safe to drink. The Department of Health will lift the Boil Water Advisory when the water is safe to drink. See Official Notice below.
North Beach Water is in the final phases of construction on our new office and facilities building. The new office is located at 2212 272nd Street in Ocean Park. We are anticipating a move in date in late April.