Washington Water Service completes acquisition of Driftwood Valley Water

(UC) — Washington Water Service (Washington Water), a subsidiary of California Water Service Group (Group), announced on Tuesday that it has completed the acquisition of Driftwood Valley Association’s water system assets. Washington Water will now provide water utility service to Driftwood Valley Homeowner Association’s 62 customers in Yelm, Wash.

As part of the acquisition, Washington Water also expects to provide service to new customers in the association as its 21 empty lots are developed. Washington Water plans to continue investing in local water system infrastructure to help maintain a reliable supply of safe, clean water flowing to customers for their everyday needs and to firefighters for emergencies.

“We welcome Driftwood Valley customers to the Washington Water family, and we look forward to providing them the same quality, service, and value all of our customers expect and deserve,” Martin A. Kropelnicki, group president and CEO, said. “We also thank the Driftwood Valley HOA for its diligence through this process and in completing this purchase.” 

Washington Water Service provides regulated water utility service to 36,400 customer connections in Clallam, Jefferson, Kitsap, Mason, Pierce, King, San Juan, and Thurston counties, as well as wastewater service on Orcas Island. Washington Water is a wholly owned subsidiary of California Water Service Group, which also includes California Water Service, Hawaii Water Service, New Mexico Water Service, and Texas Water Service, a utility holding company.

Together, these companies provide regulated water and wastewater utility service to more than 2 million people in over 100 California, Hawaii, New Mexico, Texas, and Washington communities.

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