EMERGENCY: 503-739-2348 or 503-812-7578
Seeking Arch Cape Forest Management Committee Members
Arch Cape Water & Sanitary District Board Meetings
October 20, 2022 @ 6:00 pm
We will be offering in person and hybrid utility district meetings starting in April.
Hybrid will use ZOOM video & audio platforms.
In Person will be held at THE FIRE HALL, 79729 US-101, ARCH CAPE
The Arch Cape Sanitary District Board currently
has a vacancy for Position 4.
This will be a board-appointed position to
serve a term ending June 30th 2023.
Please visit archcapewater.org for an application,
or contact Phil Chick for more information at 503-436-2790
Download application here:
due October 15, 2022
UBMax Software: Our third billing is out and you will be receiving a letter with the billing postcards inside. Please update the information requested for our records and to avoid billings being returned un-deliverable. Reach out to us if you have any questions and thank you for your patience during this transition!
To pay directly to Arch Cape Districts, there are 3 options [NO FEES APPLY]:
1) Personal Check - mailed to our office.
2) On-line Bill pay processed by you, through your bank.
3) An ACH Draft using the appropriate Authorization Form for Water or Sewer.
To pay via the online system, UB-Pay by credit card, debit card or e-check there is a FEE of $3.00 per $100 fee; charged by the company for using their system.
To register to view your accounts online, you can go to: U-B Pay and register for access using the following codes:
Municipality Code Water is: ArchCapeORWater
Municipality Code Sanitary: ArchCapeORSewer
This registration is required to VIEW your account but DOES NOT require you to pay through the portal. If you would like to receive email statements, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with EMAIL STATEMENT in the subject line.
Oregon Health Authority has again recognized the Arch Cape Domestic Water Supply District as Outstanding Performers, following the completion of OHA’s most recent water system survey. A water system survey is an on-site review of a system’s sources, treatment, storage facilities, distribution system, operation and maintenance procedures, monitoring, and management for the purposes of evaluating the system’s capability of providing safe water to the public. Systems designated as Outstanding Performers have their water system survey frequency reduced from every 3 years to every 5 years. This award marks 10 years running for the District to hold this status. Congratulations to the ACDWSD Staff and Board! [Click Star to see the Certificate]