Wastewater Division Manager CITY OF KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON

The City of Klamath Falls' Wastewater Division provides services to nearly 28,000 City of Klamath Falls residents and Klamath Basin area customers. The Division provides sewage collection/treatment and storm water collection services for the residents of Klamath Falls.

Main treatment plant and one of the biocycle lagoons

Our Wastewater Staff are committed to our community and in providing services in a safe environment.

Along with serving a population of approximately 20,000 and commercial, industrial and institutional users, the City's Wastewater Division also receives wastewater from a major resort destination and the Falcon Heights community, both of which are located outside City limits.

About the Division

Staff consisting of 13 full-time employees responsible for the daily operation and maintenance of all equipment, facilities and infrastructure.

Equipment, facilities and infrastructure that includes: 1 wastewater treatment plant, 150 miles of sanitary sewers, 12 wastewater pumping stations, 4 storm water pumping stations and 110 miles of storm water collection lines.

Wastewater treatment facilities processing an averaged combined 2.2 million gallons of wastewater per day from over 7,400 service connections.

More About Klamath Falls

The City of Sunshine

Klamath Falls is the largest municipality in Klamath County. It is home of international building giant JELD-WEN, the 173rd Fighter Wing, Sky Lakes Medical Center, Oregon Institute of Technology and more!

Crater Lake National Park (Top) inspires awe and is a main attractor to Klamath Falls along with our many means of outdoor recreation and large regional parks.

Small Town Charm with Urban Appeal

Clean water, fresh mountain air, magnificent views, quick commutes and so much more!

Klamath Falls - there's just so much to do!

Live - Work - Play

Residents don't need to leave the city to find beautiful areas to walk, bike or relax. The City Parks system consists of 30 areas totaling 700 acres. These are mini, neighborhood, or regional parks with special use areas, natural open space and landscaped areas.

The Ella Redkey Pool is a uniquely geothermally heated pool, which allows it to remain open 365 days a year with a temperature that rarely reaches below 83 degrees.
Kiger Stadium is one of only two remaining all-wood baseball stadiums in North America. Historic Kiger stadium has hosted thousands of amateur baseball games from Little League through American Legion. COME ON OUT TO THE BALLGAME!
Kit Carson Park is one of our many regional parks that features newly-constructed nature play and zip line amenities.

Living in the City of Klamath Falls, residents are active, love the outdoors and support maintaining a high quality of life. We feature the Oregon Institute of Technology and it's collegiate athletic teams that have brought excitement and pride on a national basis.

Along with the advantages of higher education, Klamath Falls features a strong public and private school system, all four seasons and a short commute to work.

Interested? Apply online at klamathfalls.city. The posting will remain open until filled.

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