GALVANIZED STEEL SERVICE LINES
If you own a home that was built before the 70's and your service lateral hasn't already been replaced, there is a very good possibility that it is galvanized steel.
It is highly recommended that you replace your line. These old lines will most likley start leaking. They can also be the culprit of taste and odor problems and can leach lead and cadmium into your drinking water.
The District is working to replace all of the galvanized lines from the main to the meter.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE HOME OWNER TO REPLACE THE WATER LINE FROM THE METER TO THE HOUSE.
Irrigation water will be shut down on October 15th this year.
Culinary water is billed bi-monthly. The amount billed is based on actual usage as read from a water meter. During the winter season, when meters are covered with snow, usage will be estimated. Failure to pay the culinary bill in 4 consecutive months will result in water being shut off. A warning letter will be sent to the delinquent resident prior to it being shut off.
Irrigation water is billed directly from property taxes now.
The Board of Trustees and Management meet on the second Wednesday of every month at 4:30 p.m. at the District Office located at 407 W 3100 S. Public input is always welcome.
Irrigation water enters the system on the closest Monday to the 15th in April.
Before the turn on date in April, residents must have their master valves turned off in order to prevent flooding.
There is no watering between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. If found watering during off hours, a warning will be issued for a first time offender. The next subsequent violation will result in a $30 fine. Each subsequent violation will increase by $30 per violation for the entire irrigation season. The violation will be added to the residents account. Failure to pay the violation will result in a tax lien being placed on the property with an additional $30 processing fee.
Irrigation water is generally shut off on the Monday closest to the 15th in October (this is subject to change).