It is the goal of the Roberts Creek Water District's Board of Commissioners and staff to provide excellent customer service while ensuring a safe and reliable source of quality water to its customers.
Roberts Creek Water District serves the Green District and outlying areas such as the Roberts Creek and Glengary areas and the area around McClain Avenue. The District is bounded on the north by the City of Roseburg, on the west by the City of Winston and the South Umpqua River and on the east by Roberts Mountain.
The District is a municipality incorporated in 1937 formed under an act of the legislative Assembly of 1916. The District operates under Oregon Revised Statutes, Chapter 264 Domestic Water Supply Districts and its adopted Ordinances. The government of the District is vested in a Board of Commissioners. The Board is composed of five members elected at large, three of whom are elected to terms of four years at one election, and two of whom are elected at the next biennial election for a term of four years. All commissioners are required to be residents of the District.
The Board of Commissioners holds open meetings on the second Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the District office located at 4336 Old Highway 99 S. Roseburg.