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San Juan and two of its wholesale customer agencies - Fair Oaks Water District (FOWD) and Citrus Heights Water District (CHWD) - are working with a regional coalition of water suppliers to conduct a groundwater substitution water transfer to the Santa Clara Valley Water District and various other State Water Contractor member agencies, including potentially the Metropolitan Water District of…
At the February 22 meeting of the San Juan Water District, the Board of Directors appointed Manuel Zamorano of Folsom, CA to fill the vacant Board position. Mr. Zamorano is a retired lobbyist for Southern California Edison Company who also served on the staff of the California State Senate. Mr. Zamorano is an attorney by training and a military veteran.
Granite Bay, CA – The Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) elected Director Pam Tobin as President for the 2022-23 term on December 1 at its Fall Conference in Pasadena.
The District is moving forward with a major improvement project that includes the rehabilitation of the District’s Hinkle Reservoir. The 62 million gallon drinking water reservoir was lined and covered in 1980. The cover and liner have outlived their useful life and need to be replaced. To assist with operational control during the project, two large temporary tanks will be installed on the…
The 2020 Consumer Confidence Report is available. We are proud to report this year’s CCR concludes that, once again, your drinking water meets all federal and state drinking water standards. To view the report and to learn more about your drinking water, please click here. To speak with someone about the report, or if you would like a paper copy mailed to your home, please call (916) 791-0115.
For homes or businesses that have been unoccupied for a length of time where water has not been used, it is good practice to flush your water lines before use to remove any stagnant water. It is also a good idea to drain your hot water heater tank using the spigot at the bottom of the tank to remove any sediment that may have accumulated during the period of nonuse.
Hinkle Reservoir Tank Project (Wholesale)