Springfield Utility Board

SUB’s Water System

The majority of your water comes from a system of seven wellfields that tap groundwater from a vast aquifer that lies underneath Springfield. Supplementing this is water drawn from the Middle Fork Willamette River. From these two sources, the water is pumped through 240 miles of distribution lines to SUB’s 56,000-plus water consumers. SUB also owns and maintains six pumping stations and seven reservoirs.

map of SUB water service area

North System:
Sports Way/I-5, 7th & Q, Chase, Weyerhaeuser Wells 

Glenwood System:
Willamette Treatment Plant, Sports Way/I-5, 7th & Q, Chase Wells and water purchased from EWEB

West System:
Willamette Treatment Plant, Sports Way/I-5, 7th & Q, Chase Wells

East System:
Thurston, SP/Maia, Weyerhaeuser Wells and Willamette Treatment Plant

Dark gray areas served by Rainbow Water District 

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