Bay CenterThe Bay Center service area includes all of Sections 8 and 17, Township 13 North, Range 10 West, W.M., and is further bounded by Willapa Bay and the Palix River. The service area includes the area designated as the Bay Center rural activity center under the October 1998 Pacific County comprehensive plan.
The Bay Center Water System consists of two separate well systems; a primary and backup system. The upper well (backup well) is located inside a well house. The 500 foot well has a 6 inch casing and was drilled in 1939. The new well (primary well) is nearly 400 feet deep with an 8 inch casing that was drilled in 2005.
Water service to Bay Center, WA was the first utlity service provided by Public Utility District No. 2 of Pacific County.
LebamThe Lebam service area is situated in the south one-half of Sections 33 and 34, Township 13 North, Range 7 West, W.M., along with Sections 4 and 5 and the west one-half of the northwest quarter of Section 3, Township 12 North, Range 7 West, W.M. This service area includes the Lebam rural activity center under the October 1998 Pacific County comprehensive plan.
The Lebam Water System was developed by Pacific County throughout 2002 and 2003 and began supplying water to many residents in the unincorporated community of Lebam in November of 2003. There are presently 3 wells and a spring that now supplies water to approximately 63 customers in Lebam.
Public Utility District #2 of Pacific County assumed operation of the Lebam system in 2004.
Wilson PointThe Wilson Point service area is situated in Sections 4 and the north one-half of 9, Township 13 North, Range 10 West, W.M., and is bounded by the Niawiakum River on the south, Highway 101 to the east, Bone River on the north, and Willapa Bay to the west.
The Wilson Point Water System consists of one primary well system.
Public Utility District #2 of Pacific County assumed operation of the Wilson Point water system in 2011.