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If you live within the
Lower Umatilla Basin Groundwater Management Area (LUBGWMA) of Morrow and Umatilla Counties you may be eligible for a testing voucher and free water treatment or provision of water for household use.
Learn how nitrate in drinking water can harm your health
OHA is offering one testing voucher per well. Testing is an essential step in understanding if nitrate and other contaminants are affecting your well water quality and the action needed to reduce or eliminate your health risk from exposure to these contaminants.
You will not be asked to share your US citizenship status in this application and your status does not affect eligibility to receive a voucher.
Online Well Testing Voucher Application
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Households that rely on domestic well water for drinking and cooking and with nitrate test results above 10 milligrams per liter (mg/L) of water are eligible to receive water deliveries.
Map of the Lower Umatilla Basin Groundwater Management Area (LUBGMWA)
Number of vouchers: 384 Morrow County: 132 Umatilla County: 252
Lab tests completed: 189 Morrow County: 87 Umatilla County: 102
Households receiving water delivery: 226 Morrow County: 194 Umatilla County: 32
Treatment systems installed: 15 Morrow County: 15 Umatilla County: 0
Note: Testing and treatment numbers reflect state-funded tests since March 1, 2023. Numbers for testing and treatment installation carried out by Morrow County in 2022 and testing carried out by Umatilla County in 2023 are not reflected above. Morrow County tested over 500 households for nitrate only (OHA tests for more contaminants), and a number of the households above 10 mg/L began receiving water deliveries after the Morrow County testing. Umatilla County tested over 100 households for nitrate, arsenic, and bacteria.
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