Introduction & Rules
Tools & Resources
- According to Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 333-061-0043 (PDF), all community water systems are required to submit an annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) to their customers. A CCR must cover the previous calendar year and be delivered to customers by July 1st. By rule, a copy of the CCR must also be submitted by July 1st to Oregon Drinking Water Services (DWS). See Tools & Resources, below, for resources to assist your water system in developing a CCR.
- Community water systems must also certify their CCRs, and submit certification to DWS. The purpose of certification is to confirm that water systems delivered CCRs to their served customers, and information contained in the CCRs was correct and consistent with compliance monitoring (i.e., water quality) data already submitted to us. This certification report is due to DWS by October 1st. See Tools & Resources, below, for resources to assist your water system in developing a certification report.
- Community water systems should submit their CCRs and certification reports to the following address:
Drinking Water Services
PO Box 14350
Portland, OR 97293-0350
DWS and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) provides downloadable content to assist community water systems in developing CCRs and certification reports. Available tools and resources below include checklists, guides, CCR and certification templates, and data links.
DWS provides assistance for community water systems that have questions about CCR development, requirements and rules. Contact DWS CCR coordinator
for assistance. You can also contact the organizations listed below for additional information and technical support:
Community Water System CCRs
A list of online CCRs for community water systems that have submitted CCR links to DWS is available here
. All community water systems are encouraged to develop their own dedicated CCR web page so that customers can access past and current reports. If you would like DWS to add or correct the link to your water system's CCR, please contact Drinking Water Services
with your information. Note:
Do not submit an electronic copy of your CCR to post on this web page. Follow the directions above
for submitting reports.