Along with water quality, one of the biggest issues that faces not only Polk County, but the State as a whole, is that of water quantity. With our states' population continuing to grow, the strain on our resources will continue to grow as well. Click below to find several steps you can take to do your part to conserve water around your house!
For many residents in Polk County, particularly those who live outside of city limits, wells can often be one of the only sources of drinking water that some households have. As a result of their connection to groundwater, and a lack of treatment, contamination can be an issue. Click below for resources related well protection and water testing!
YOUR LOCAL SOURCE OF CONSERVATION INFORMATION AND EDUCATION IN POLK COUNTY, OREGON SINCE 1966
580 MAIN STREET, SUITE A, DALLAS OR, 97338
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