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RLECWD Water Quality is not effected by Neighboring Water District

Rio Linda/Elverta Community Water District is NOT experiencing any water quality issues.  Some City of Sacramento Water Department customers have been provided notice to not drink their water.  This does not affect Rio Linda/Elverta Water

By | October 18th, 2017|Categories: News, Press Releases & Announcements|Comments Off on RLECWD Water Quality is not effected by Neighboring Water District

Caution in the Cone Zone

Please slow for the cone zone. Rio Linda/Elverta Water District personnel are often in the street doing essential repairs.  Please help us keep them safe.

By | October 6th, 2017|Categories: Press Releases & Announcements|Comments Off on Caution in the Cone Zone

Waterways Newsletter Vol. 5 2017

Waterways Vol 5 2017

By | September 28th, 2017|Categories: Newsletter|Comments Off on Waterways Newsletter Vol. 5 2017

GM Report

September 2017 GM Report

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Please slow for the Cone Zone

  Rio Linda/Elverta Community Water District workers are often working along narrow roadways, please help us keep them safe.

By | August 31st, 2017|Categories: Press Releases & Announcements|Comments Off on Please slow for the Cone Zone

Special Board Meeting- Strategic Planning Workshop

The Special Meeting – Strategic Planning Workshop has been scheduled for Saturday, October 21, 2017 at 8:00 a.m.

Conservation

water-conservationOn June 3, The Board of Directors reduced the recent Stage 2 Water Warning to a Normal Supply. Even though residents may now water when needed, Governor Brown has issued an Order to Continue Water Savings as Drought Persists. The Executive Order Aims to Make Water Conservation a Way of Life in California.  We ask that the customers voluntarily conserve and prevent water waste.

It is unlawful at any time for any person to waste water or to use it unreasonably. Unreasonable uses of water shall include, but are not limited to, the following practices:

● No watering after 48 hours of measureable rain per the Governor’s Mandated Regulations.
● Failing to fix leaks or faulty sprinklers within 7 days of detection.
● Allowing water to leave customer’s property by drainage onto adjacent properties or public or private roadways or streets due to excessive irrigation and/or uncorrected leaks.
● Discourage using water to wash down sidewalks, driveways, parking areas, tennis courts, or other paved areas except to alleviate immediate safety or sanitation hazards.
● Use an automatic shutoff nozzle and hand-held bucket when washing vehicles.
● Open hoses must be equipped with automatic shutoff nozzles.

Please click the link below for the full Ordinance.

To report a water waste call, please call the District Office at (916) 991-1000 or send an email to questions@rlecwd.com.

Employment

employment-300x200RLECWD accepts employment applications on a continuous basis. For more details on current job openings please visit our Employment Opportunities page.