Lake Forest Park Water District

is a special purpose water district at the north end of Lake Washington in King County, Washington. The District serves 910 connections with pure, unchlorinated well water from 8 artesian wells and 5 deep wells from the Mckinnon and Horizon View wellfields.


  Lake Forest Park Water District strives to provide high quality water, sourced from our local aquifer, at the lowest reasonable cost, while investing in our infrastructure and maintaining the highest level of customer service.

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Newsletter 2023 – Summer

Our Summer newsletter is here! Invitation to join LFPWD Advisory Committee Consumer Confidence Report Water Conservation Tips This and more in our latest newsletter The full newsletter [...]

Newsletter 2023 – Spring

BEST TASTING WATER AWARD LFPWD has been judged King County's Best Tasting non-treated water for 2023. How do we protect this great resource?   WATER CONSERVATION TIPS [...]

King County’s Best Tasting Water 2023

(left to right - Comm'r David Hammond, Comm'r Bill Donahue, GM Alan Kerley, AWWA PNW Chair Dan Sleeth,  Comm'r Eli Zehner) Good news! Lake Forest Park Water [...]

2022 Water Protector Award

2022 Lake Forest Park Water District Water Protector Award Customers of Lake Forest Park Water District enjoy untreated well water because we pump from an aquifer that [...]