Water Quality Advisory Updated May 20, 2020: Here's what residents should know.

 The Board of Directors will consider adopting Resolution No. 2020-08 at its regular meeting on July 15, 2020 to establish the appropriation limit of the District at $1,715,768.00 for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. View Public Notice and Board Resolution

 

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  • Disconnect and drain the garden hose connections.
  • Close outside vents, crawl spaces and doors so cold air doesn’t seep inside.
  • Repair broken windows, etc.
  • Insulate!!!
  • Wrap water lines, backflow device and meters in insulation.
  • Wrap pipes subject to cold or freezing, especially pipes that may be above ground and exposed to freezing temperatures.
  • Locate The Shut-off Valves
  • Make sure the valves at your PID connection or backflow are working.
  • Place a tag on the main shut-off valve. Make sure everyone in the house knows where it is and how to operate it in an emergency.
  • If you’re going away, keep a minimum amount of heat on in the house. This will help protect the pipes in case the temperature drops.
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