Camano Cooperative Water & Power Co.


 A private water cooperative serving  approximately 600 shareholders and

with the capacity to serve up to 698.



994 S. Gary Lane

Camano Island, WA  98282


(360) 387-7363  office

(360) 630-0970 after hours emergency




Office Hours:

M-Th  11am -  3pm

F  11am -  2pm






Mission Statement

“To deliver safe, affordable and reliable drinking water to the shareholders of the Cooperative while supporting responsible stewardship and protection of our water resources and meeting applicable federal, state and local mandates for the operation of a water company.”

In light of the current health situation due to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), our office is open on a limited basis however everyone is required to wear a mask. Our phone & email messages will be checked. If you have a water emergency please call Water & Wastewater Services at 1-360-466-4443.   Contact information is also on our phone message.

The Capital Projects Committee is assessing the replacement of infrastructure in the Manaco/Cove/Finch area which would include relocation of the main to the county right-of-way.  The water lines supporting these communities have been in place for many years with frequent leaks and damage to property.  Moving forward we will:  complete surveying and mark utility locations; determine a phasing plan that meets availability of funding; and initiate construction in phases.

Beware....  Your Cooperative does not have an online account log in or bill payment provision.  We've been made aware of online vendors offering these services and it is misleading.  This is not connected with your account or any services provided by the Cooperative. This includes doxo services; please do not use doxo to pay your CCWP bill. Please feel free to contact us any time with any concerns and questions.



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This piece of historic water delivery was uncovered abandoned in 2019 while replacing the main at Indian Beach and Hanson.  This wooden wrapped pipe would likely have been implemented in the early 1930s.  We recently found that this type of pipe is still in use in other areas on the island.

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