Welcome to Twisp Washington
Attention Utility Customers
Please know that the Town of Twisp has directed a survey of Household Gross Annual Income for 2021 via door-to-door questionnaires starting in mid-September. Twisp is seeking funding opportunities from State and Federal agencies for greatly needed wastewater treatment improvements to keep up with existing usage and plan for future needs. Twisp has requested this income survey in order to help prove eligibility for more grant assistance and hopefully reduce the amount of loan it will need to complete this essential project. By completing this survey, you can potentially help Twisp receive substantially more grant and keep your sewer rates down.
In accordance with Washington State income survey guidelines, this survey is being conducted by an independent third-party organization, Evergreen Rural Water of Washington (ERWoW). ERWoW is a non-profit organization that provides assistance to rural communities throughout Washington State. The information you provide will only be used by ERWoW to calculate the percentage of the population qualifying as low-to-moderate income (LMI) and to determine median household income (MHI). All information obtained will be kept confidential by ERWoW.
If you have any questions about the survey or wastewater treatment improvements, please contact
Andrew Denham at 509-997-1311.
Twisp, Washington is called the “heart of the Methow Valley”. Its geographical location and status as the largest town in the Valley (1015 people) are part of the reason it’s perceived as “the heart”.
For more information about the history of the Town of Twisp
Methow Valley Farmer's Market
Located at the Methow Valley Community Center
201 S Methow Valley Highway, Twisp
Hours: 9am to noon Open: April through October