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Where can I find a well log in Oregon?

Where can I find a well log in Oregon?

The Water Resources Department (WRD) has drilling records of most water wells drilled in Oregon since 1955.

  1. If there is a copy of your well log, you can find it using the WRD’s search program called GRID.
  2. You may also contact your local Watermaster for a copy of well logs and for help interpreting the information.

Where can I find well logs?

Depending on your location, your state or county health department, Department of Natural Resources, or some other similar agency may house well logs that you can access or request a log from. If you know who drilled your well, it might be a good first step to contact them and ask for your log.

How do you get a well report?

Local groundwater level data for monitoring wells in your area may be obtained online through the DWR Water Data Library at the following Webpage address: http://wdl.water.ca.gov/.

How do I find my well depth?

The most reliable method of obtaining the depth to the water table at any given time is to measure the water level in a shallow well with a tape. If no wells are available, surface geophysical methods can sometimes be used, depending on surface accessibility for placing electric or acoustic probes.

What is a well drillers log?

A well log is a document containing information about a particular residential well, borehole or spring. It contains the history of the well and includes details regarding the nature of the ground surrounding it. Every well should have a well log.

What is oil well logging?

Oil well logging, also known as borehole logging, is a process where specialized instrumentation is inserted into a borehole to determine the properties of the geological formations surrounding the bore.

How much does it cost to put in a well in Oregon?

Well Drilling Costs By State

State Average Cost Per Foot
Oregon $27 – $59
Pennsylvania $28 – $61
Rhode Island $29 – $64
South Carolina $28 – $61

How much does it cost to build a well in Oregon?

Drilling a well costs $5,500 for an average depth of 150 feet. Most projects range between $1,500 and $12,000. Expect to pay between $15 and $30 per foot of depth, or up to $50 for difficult terrain.

Search the Oregon Water Resources Department’s well log database to locate well logs associated with your property. A direct link to the site can be found here:

What do you need to know about water wells in Oregon?

• Groundwater • Water wells • Well construction • Protection of groundwater • Well operation and maintenance • Safe drinking water supply • Water well abandonment • Oregon rules and statutes on water wells This information is valuable if you own, wish to construct or plan to abandon a water well in Oregon.

How can I find out if I have a water well on my land?

Once there, click on the “WWC5” link under the “Water” heading (WWC5 refers to the name of the form submitted to the state by water-well drillers to record a well). This gives you a page that allows you to search by legal description or by county.

What should be included in a well completion report?

Water well completion report or log (if you have it) which should include information such as water well depth, date drilled, construction (including casing specifications, grouting and screen), and water well yield or flow rate in gallons per minute (gpm) Invoices from work done by water well contractors (including pump replacement)