Lake Chelan Reclamation District
Serving the Lake Chelan Valley
Est. 1919

LCRD.ORG

Lake Chelan Reclamation District

Be safe: "CALL BEFORE YOU DIG" at 1-800-424-5555

 

Welcome!

Lake Chelan Reclamation District will be holding an election on December 11, 2018 at the District’s main office located at 80 Wapato Way in Manson.  The office will be open for casting ballots from 1 pm until closing at 8 pm.  A qualified voter is anyone 18 years of age, a citizen of the United States, and who holds title or evidence of title of lands within the District boundary.  There are two 3-year term positions available beginning in January 2019.  The candidates are Paul Gunn, Chad Steiner, Jeff Buck, and Paul Mogan.  Absentee ballots are available by contacting the Secretary in writing, along with an “Instrument of Authority” if voting on behalf of an entity.  Lake Chelan Reclamation District uses a weighted voting system of shares as authorized under Federal Irrigation Law.  Please come and cast your votes on December 11th.


If there is an emergency after 4:30pm OR during the weekend, please call: 
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY PHONE: 509-470-2167


WHEN DIGGING AT HOME, IN THE YARD OR ANYWHERE, BE SURE TO "CALL BEFORE YOU DIG" AT 1-800-424-5555 TO REQUEST A LOCATE.  IT'S FREE AND IT'S THE LAW.

Utility Notification Center:  The Utility Notification Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and accepts calls from contractors, homeowners, or anyone planning to dig. Locate requests are accepted over the phone, through a fax-a-locate program, or through the ITIC program. If you need to process a locate request, or need additional information about locates, you may contact the Utility Notification Center at any time. 

PAY YOUR BILL ONLINE

Lake Chelan Reclamation now offers the ability to pay your bill online. Click here and create an account by registering and following the prompts. Thank You!

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BACKFLOW PREVENTION

In the Lake Chelan Reclamation District a backflow prevention device is required. This protects the domestic water distribution system from a dangerous backflow.

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DOMESTIC WATER RATES

LCRD draws all of its drinking water from Lake Chelan. We monitor water quality each and every day to be sure that our drinking water is pleasant and safe.

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