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Conservation Tips from SWD16


Silverdale Water District, a municipal corporation organized under the laws of the State of Washington (Title 57 RCW), was formed as the result of a special election held in December of 1926. The District operates as a Special Purpose District governed by a three member Board of Commissioners, elected by the citizens of the District.

By resolution, the Board of Commissioners makes and establishes policies that govern the operations of the District. The District holds general business meetings on the first Thursday of each month at 8:00 A.M.

The overall responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the District falls under the authority of the General Manager, who reports directly to the Board of Commissioners.

Marcus Hoffman, Board Chair

Current term: 2018 - 2023; Commissioner since 2000


John Poppe, Board Secretary

Current term: 2014 - 2019; Commissioner since 2008


Joy Ramsdell, Commissioner

Current term: 2016 - 2021; Commissioner since 2016



Efficient water use can save you money on water & utility bills.

Use the proper water level, load size selection and water temperature when washing clothes.

Reduce the water level per flush by installing a low-flow toilet or a toilet displacement device.

In-sink garbage disposal devices use roughly 11.5 gallons of water each day. Try composting organic wastes instead of throwing them away.

Use both sides of the sink when washing dishes by hand: one side to wash and the other side to rinse. Do not wash dishes under a running faucet.

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