From 2000-2018, the assessment was set at
50 cents per acre. In 2019, the KCWP was no
longer able to continue working with that
same budget and the assessment was raised,
for the first time in 19 years, to 76 cents per
At this point, the Boards of Cascade Irrigation
District and Ellensburg Water Company
decided to end their participation in this
If you are a customer of either of these
districts, we can no longer provide service to
you unless you choose to join the KCWP as an
individual. Please contact the KRD for more
Q: Who's paying for all this?
A: Participating irrigation districts, irrigation companies, and individuals make a
contribution of 76 cents per acre of land in their service area.
Q: Is it working?
A: YES! Water quality continues to improve, and state agencies such as Ecology point to us
as a model for other areas also in need of improvements.
Copyright 2015-2019 Kittitas County Water Purveyors
PO Box 276
Ellensburg, WA 98926