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  • Water Quality | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    storage reservoirs at this chlorine level We are required to maintain chlorine levels at every point in the water distribution system as proof that the entire system is protected against harmful microorganisms Many people are able to taste or smell extremely low concentrations of chlorine in water and may be able to detect the levels we try to maintain in our water system In order to keep an adequate chlorine residual throughout the water system customers who are located closer to the treatment location may detect some chlorine taste and odor The District strives to balance the need for ensuring adequate protection for the drinking water against the possibility of customers experiencing chlorine taste and odor Water Sources Drinking water within the District s service area comes from three difference water sources groundwater surface water from the Santa Ana River and imported water from Northern California Customers may notice a difference in taste and hardness mineral and organic content at different times of year depending on the water supply in use This natural variation is a common occurrence with water systems that have the ability to use different water supply sources and it does not impact the quality of the

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/350/Water-Quality (2016-04-29)
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  • Emergency Drought Regulation Updates | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    are many more opportunities to conserve in even greater amounts As much as 70 of total water consumption is used outdoors and that is the biggest area of savings Simple ways of saving water outdoors is by adjusting sprinklers to direct water to the lawn watering in cycles and watering in the early morning or late evening Making small adjustment can eliminate water waste August 2014 Drought Update East Valley Water District has activated the Water Shortage Contingency Plan to a mandatory level in order to immediately reduce outdoor water use as identified in Ordinance 387 including Prohibiting application of water to hard surfaces for washing down Prohibiting outdoor landscaping runoff or excessive waste Limitations for acceptable commercial and domestic irrigation day times Including prohibiting daytime watering between 6 am 8 pm or as otherwise designated by the General Manager CEO Prohibiting using a hose without a shut off nozzle to wash a car While the regulations authorize agencies to impose up to a 500 per day fine on water wasters guidelines and enforcement are left to the authorized water district to determine Currently the Water Supply Contingency Plan has established Violation Surcharges as outlined in Ordinance 387 Sections 15 Water Waste Violations First Violation Warning Second Violation 100 surcharge Within 12 months of first violation Third Violation 200 surcharge and or installation of a flow restrictor Within 12 months of first violation or failure to comply within 30 days of second violation notice Community Education and Outreach The District will be actively working with community members local government agencies and homeowners associations to communicate the conservation efforts outlined above It will be important to communicate on an on going basis regarding the critical need for immediate water conservation The District will be hosting various water conservation education classes to

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/289/Emergency-Drought-Regulation-2015 (2016-04-29)
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  • Monthly Conservation Reporting | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    use reduction compared to 2013 This reduction is calculated on a per person average each month There are a number of rebate programs available to help customers increase their water efficiency Together we can respond to the drought emergency Title Notify Me Search Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest Delicious Stumble Upon Blogger LinkedIn Windows Live Home My Account Printer Friendly Email Page Contact Us RSS Site Map Translate Page Notifications Documents

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/332/Monthly-Conservation-Reporting (2016-04-29)
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  • Conservation Commission | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    these results the District has increased the available conservation rebates outreach and educational opportunities As part of these requirements East Valley Water District must provide the State Water Resources Control Board with water production numbers restrictions and violation notices issued on a monthly basis In order to maintain a fair and transparent process while the drought emergency actions are in place Ordinance 395 included reference to the formation of a Conservation Commission to hear requests for appeal from watering violation recipients The Board of Directors authorized the establishment of the Commission its procedures and instructions for its formation and hearing process on August 12 2015 The Conservation Commission consists of three District residents appointed for two year terms based on recommendations brought by the General Manager CEO s selection process On a monthly basis the commission will hear the appeal requests from watering violation recipients This commission shall only remain in place so long as the District remains in a Drought State of Emergency Conservation Commission Documents Conservation Commission Application Conservation Commission Policy Contact Us Kelly Malloy Public Affairs Conservation Manager Email Phone 909 885 4900 Title Notify Me Search Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest Delicious Stumble Upon Blogger LinkedIn Windows

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/344/Conservation-Commission (2016-04-29)
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  • Home Water Evaluation | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    water by evaluating your home and recommending ways on how to use water more efficiently Evaluations are available on weekdays by appointment To schedule your evaluation call Janett Robledo at 909 806 4287 or email jrobledo eastvalley org i class alert For security reasons you must enable JavaScript to view this E mail address i What is a Water Use Evaluation The home water use evaluation is a free program to all East Valley Water District residential customers A member from our staff will evaluate your water usage and make recommendations on how to start saving water and be more efficient To participate an adult member of the household must be present and able to locate the irrigation system controller A water efficient evaluation includes A review of the landscapes conditions and irrigation equipment Suggestions for programming controllers for effective water saving schedules Material on water wise landscaping and available rebates Offer tips on low water use landscaping where appropriate Check your meter to detect leaks What are the benefits The water evaluation is a great tool to identify ways to conserve water East Valley Water District staff can also highlight where qualifying rebates may be available Start saving today

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/288/Home-Water-Evaluations (2016-04-29)
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  • Free Community Conservation Workshops | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    com eastvalleywater You can also register by calling 909 806 4287 or email conservation eastvalley org Click on an image below for the event flyer Title Notify Me Search Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest Delicious Stumble Upon Blogger LinkedIn Windows Live Home My Account Printer Friendly Email Page Contact Us RSS Site Map Translate Page Notifications Documents Emergency Drought Regulation 2015 Home Water Evaluations Free Community Conservation Workshops Rebate Program Classroom

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/316/Free-Community-Conservation-Workshops (2016-04-29)
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  • Rebate Program | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    only required to complete one W 9 form per calendar year The District must receive the completed form prior to issuing a rebate check Complete Secure W 9 Form New Rebate Program Direct Installation Program Weather Based Irrigation Controllers Weather Based Irrigation Controllers WBIC use the weather to set your irrigation schedule instead of a traditional sprinkler controller To help customers be water efficient outdoors the District will replace your old irrigation controller with a new WBIC through a new direct installation program View Application Indoor and Outdoor Rebates Indoor Rebates The District offers 3 water conservation rebates for indoor use High Efficiency Toilets Up to 100 per toilet installed that uses less than 1 28 gallons per flush and is recognized by the WaterSense program View Application High Efficiency Showerhead Up to 30 per showerhead that uses less than 2 gallons per minute and is recognized by the WaterSense program View Application High Efficiency Washing Machine Up to 150 for the purchase of a clothes washer with a water factor of 5 or less and is recognized as an EnergyStar appliance View Application Outdoor Rebates The District offers 4 water conservation rebates available for outdoor use Turf Replacement Waiting List As of October 15 2015 all turf removal funds have been reserved We are currently accepting pre approval applications that will be placed on a waiting list There is no guarantee of the availability of future funding View Pre approval Application View Application Weather Based Irrigation System Up to 150 per weather based irrigation system installed for sprinkler control devices that automatically adjust irrigation schedules in response to changing weather or environmental conditions View Application High Efficiency Sprinkler Nozzles Up to 4 per High Efficiency Sprinkler nozzle installed that uses less water per minute than conventional nozzles View Application

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/275/Rebate-Program (2016-04-29)
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  • How To Read Your Water Meter | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    in front of your home It is underground and covered by a lid marked Water or EVWD Carefully remove the lid by using a tool such as a large screwdriver to lift off Visually examine the area around the meter to make sure there are no insects near or inside the box Reading your meter for one week Reading your meter is like reading an odometer on a car Start by writing down the first four numbers on the meter and the date you read it After a period of seven days read the meter again and write down the read along with the date Subtract the second read from the first to determine the amount of units of water used during the week Multiply 748 by the number of units to convert from units to gallons of water Use the following tips to help with learning how much water is used during different activities like watering your lawn or the amount of water used in a day By reading your meter often you are more likely to catch spikes in water use quickly and are more likely to catch a leak early Learn more about leaks and how your

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/298/How-To-Read-Your-Water-Meter (2016-04-29)
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