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Our Mission is to provide:

  • Safe and Dependable Water for a Variety of Present and Future Uses
  • Quality Customer Service
  • A Safe, Harmonious Working Environment

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What's Next for Water Conservation?

The District’s customers remain among the top water savers in California, cumulatively saving over 52% (June 2015 thru February 2016) as compared to 2013! We applaud our customers for their impressive commitment to saving water!

Customers want to know what is next after a wet winter – is the drought over?

Storms this winter have brought welcomed rain and snow to Northern California and the Northern Sierras. Reservoirs are filling and some including Shasta and Folsom have released water to comply with flood control requirements. However, as of today, the state is still under the Governor’s Emergency Drought Declaration and the State Water Resources Control Board’s Emergency Conservation...

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April Showers . . .

April Showers . . .

Ahhh. . . April. How we love you. With your warm breezes and gentle showers. Honeysuckle and honeybees. Dogwoods and daffodils.  And in the immortal words of Satchmo, “skies of blue and clouds of white.” In April, the canvas of our beautiful, wonderful world begins to be dotted with gorgeous splashes of color. And it’s truly a sight to behold. 

Much of that beauty, those colors, that new growth is largely owing to those self-same April showers. The spring rain. That life-giving, earth-renewing, liquid-silver elixir that can help transform the barren ground into lush green fields. And don’t forget the flowers. Bring on those May flowers!

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