About Cascadia Water
Cascadia Water, LLC is a private, investor-owned utility company consisting of water systems located on Whidbey Island, WA and the surrounding Olympic Peninsula. The company is regulated by the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) in Olympia, Washington. Cascadia Water was formed on November 2, 2018 through the acquisition and combination of Lehman Enterprises, Inc. and Sea View Water, LLC on Whidbey Island, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of NW Natural Water Company, LLC. Effective April 30, 2019, Cascadia Water closed on the acquisition of Estates Inc. and Monterra, Inc in Sequim and Port Angeles (Olympic Peninsula). Effective November 12, 2020, Cascadia Water closed on the acquisition of Del Bay HOA in Freeland (Whidbey Island). Effective September 17, 2021, Cascadia Water closed on the acquisition of Discovery Bay Village in Port Townsend (Olympic Peninsula). Effective October 4, 2021, Cascadia Water closed on the acquisition of Pelican Point in Moses Lake (eastern WA). Effective August 16, 2022, Cascadia Water closed on the acquisition of Northwest Water Services (Skagit, Snohomish & Island Counties). Effective August 19, 2022, Cascadia Water closed on the acquisition of Aquarius Utilities, LLC (Kitsap & Olympic Peninsula).
Today, Cascadia Water serves more than 8,000 people through 3,200 connections. It will continue to operate out of Whidbey Island, with a new secondary office in Poulsbo.
About NW Natural Water
NW Natural Water Company, LLC (NW Natural Water), is a subsidiary of Northwest Natural Holding Company (NYSE: NWN) (NW Natural Holdings). NW Natural Holdings is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, and owns a 160-year-old regulated natural gas local distribution company, NW Natural Gas Company (NW Natural), NW Natural Water Company, and other business interests and activities.
NW Natural Water currently provides water and wastewater utilities in communities throughout the Pacific Northwest and Texas. NW Natural Water serves approximately 80,000 people through approximately 33,000 connections. Additional information is available at nwnaturalwater.com.
Cascadia Water operates long-time family-run utilities, and we're very connected to the communities we serve."