Water System Plan
The City of Sequim Public Works Department has completed its long-term planning strategy for the City’s water utility for the 6- and 20-year planning periods. Review Resolution R2014-08 Water System Plan (PDF) (large document).
Water is handled through the Public Works Department. About 805,863 gallons of potable water per day are provided to the citizens and businesses of Sequim. Along with this water comes the maintenance and chlorination of approximately 39 miles of water line, three reservoirs that provide a total of 2.4 million gallons of storage, and five water pumps for our three sources.
All state mandated monitoring / state reports and all telemetry that help support the steady flow of water to the City of Sequim for potable uses, health, fire flow, and fire protection are completed at this level.
Cross Connection Program
The purpose of the City of Sequim Cross Connection Program is to protect the city’s public water system from contamination through the elimination and control of actual or potential cross connections. The programs goal is to prevent water that has passed beyond the public water system into private water system from re-entering the public water system. The plan is implemented in accordance with City of Sequim Ordinance 2002-013.
All Premise Isolation DCVA must be installed as per City Standards.
Installation Standards for Premises Isolation (DCVA) (PDF)
ATTENTION BACKFLOW ASSEMBLY TESTERS
ALL TEST REPORTS TO BE FILLED OUT ON CITY OF SEQUIM TEST REPORT FORMS. NO OTHER FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
If you do not already have them on file with the City, a copy of the testers current BAT certification as well as Current Verification of accuracy for the test equipment used is needed.
Download the Backflow Prevention Assembly Test Report (PDF)
Please send Backflow Prevention Assembly Test/Air Gap Inspection Report by email to Backflow
The city’s Water Fund includes the Operations and Maintenance Fund and the Capital Improvement Fund. The former includes divisions for administration, maintenance, plant operations, and capital outlay. It is funded primarily from user charges for the sale of water. The capital improvements that are expansion-only are supported by general facility fees charged for new connections to the water system. This fund’s primary purpose is to provide increased capacity to the water system due to growth.
Report an Issue
If you have a sewer maintenance problem you’d like to report, please email the Public Works Department at 360-683-4908 and include a description of the problem.