Rio Linda/Elverta Community Water District is receiving bids for the “L Street Reservoir and Pump Station” project.
The plans have been delivered to the following plan rooms: Builders’ Exchange of Stockton (209-478-1000), Nevada County Contractors’ Association (530-274-1919), Shasta Builders’ Exchange (530-221-5556), El Dorado Builders’ Exchange (530-672-2955), Sacramento Builders’ Exchange (916-442-8991), Contra Costa Builders’ Exchange (925-685-8630), and Placer County Contractors’ Association (530-889-3953).
*Addendum 1 & 2 & 3 for the L Street Reservoir and Pump
Station has been issued.
The Rio Linda / Elverta Community Water District Regular Meeting
Monday, December 16, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.
Visitor's / Depot Center 6730 Front Street Rio Linda, CA95673
Agenda to be Determined
Due to a software enhancement and upgraded security in order to pay your bill on-line you will need to re-enter your account information as it appears on your bill. Go to "View/Pay My Bill then click on "New User Sign Up" to re-establish your account. Do not fill in the boxes with your username and password. Go directly to the "New User Sign Up" Do not enter your middle initial.
If you are the tenant you will need to enter the property owners name. If you have questions or problems please call the District office for assistance. Thank You.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE RIO LINDA/ELVERTA COMMUNITY WATER DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS ADOPTING AMENDMENTS/MODIFICATIONS TO FEES AND SERVICE CONNECTION, WATER HYDRANT USAGE, REPRODUCTION AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
This Ordinance was adopted by the Board of Directors at its regular meeting on November 18, 2013.
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