Hillsboro, Oregon's proximity to Downtown Portland, the Pacific Coast, and the Cascade and Coastal Mountains Ranges make it a popular community to live and work, as do local employers like Intel, Nike and Salesforce. Rapid growth over the last two decades in Hillsboro has forced the city to expand its waste water infrastructure, a challenge compounded by the Pacific Northwest’s high precipitation. The City’s Sanitary and Storm Water Division manages 1.3 million feet of sanitary and 1.4 million feet of storm lines while constantly adding more. Their entire system gets inspected on an eight-year rotation—keeping the expectations on their sewer inspection crew and the equipment they use very high. “Being able to carry out a successful sewer asset management program requires two key ingredients: reliable equipment and a seasoned staff that believes in preventative maintenance,” says Justin Jensen, Hillsboro’s Sanitary & Storm Water Utilities Manager.