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  • Pay My Bill | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    Drop Box A drop box for check or money order payments are conveniently located at East Valley Field Office 1155 Del Rosa Ave San Bernardino CA 92410 All payments received after 7 a m will be processed on the next business day District Headquarters 31111 Greenspot Rd Highland CA 92346 By Phone Pay your bill with a credit debit card or checking account over the phone at 909 889 9501

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/105/Pay-My-Bill-View-Account (2016-04-29)
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  • Rate Information | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    1 1 45 HCF Tier 2 2 07 HCF Tier 3 2 89 HCF Water Meter Charges Meter charges help pay for the cost associated with operating and maintaining EVWD s water treatment and delivery system These charges are determined by meter size not by the amount of water delivered Meter Size Rate 5 8 Meter 20 96 month 3 4 Meter 26 61 month 1 Meter 37 92 month 1 1 2 Meter 66 19 month 2 Meter 100 12 month 3 Meter 207 54 month 4 Meter 365 85 month 6 Meter 744 67 month 8 Meter 1366 62 month Fire Service Charges Fire protection charges reflect a monthly service charge based on connection size for private fire services Revenues from these charges cover the costs associated with maintaining these facilities These charges do not typically apply to most residential customers Fire Service Charge Monthly connection rate 1 45 per hundred cubic feet of metered water Connection Size Rate 1 Meter 7 97 month 1 1 2 Meter 11 98 month 2 Meter 15 97 month 3 Meter 23 96 month 4 Meter 31 94 month 6 Meter 47 91 month 8 Meter 63 88 month 10 Meter 79 85 month Miscellaneous Water Service Fees Initiation of Service Charge 30 Service Address Final Disconnect Notice Charge when disconnect notice is generated 23 effective April 1 2016 For a complete list of miscellaneous fees CLICK HERE Temporary Service Charge Fire Hydrant Meter 1 800 deposit monthly meter fee 2 89 per hundred cubic feet of metered water East Valley Water District Monthly Sewer Rates Residential Sewer Customers Residential Sewer Flat Rate West of City Creek East of City Creek Residential per Equivalent Dwelling Unit EDU 34 54 36 54 Commercial Sewer Customers Sewer Flat Rate Usage Rate x Water

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/106/Rate-Information (2016-04-29)
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  • Report a Leak | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    our Customer Service Department at 909 889 9501 Please have the following information ready Your name Contact phone number Location of the leak A brief description of the severity of the leak If the leak is on your property it may be your responsibility to fix it Title Notify Me Search Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest Delicious Stumble Upon Blogger LinkedIn Windows Live Home My Account Printer Friendly Email Page Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/107/Report-a-Leak (2016-04-29)
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  • Start & Stop Service | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    Agent A copy of the listing agreement or other written authorization from the seller All applicants please submit a legible copy of Identification Service Deposit A 150 deposit will be required for each dwelling unit Stopping Water Sewer Service Have you moved If you need to cancel your water sewer service you may do so by contacting Customer Service Please include the following along with your request Account Number Service Address Date you would like to cancel service Phone Number and Forwarding Address Request may be submitted by Email Customerservice eastvalley org Phone 909 889 9501 Fax 909 888 6741 Other Information If the water service is currently on we may schedule the transfer of service on the next available service date Although we strive to establish your service as quickly as possible service connections may take up to 2 business days for completion Additionally automatic payment is available for your utility bills complete the Application for Automatic Payment Rate Information East Valley Water District is a not for profit government agency Water and Wastewater rates have been established through a Public Hearing Process and set to recover the costs of service Adopted Rate Information Title Notify Me Search Facebook

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/111/Start-Stop-Service (2016-04-29)
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  • East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    First Name Last Name Street Address City Email Address Phone Number How would you like to be contacted Email Phone No additional contact is neccesary Comment or Suggestion indicates required fields Live Edit Close 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 Recycled Water Effort Employment Opportunities District Boundaries Agendas

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/forms.aspx?fid=70&admin=1&userid=232 (2016-04-29)
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  • East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    Planning for the Future Presentation Download Agenda Feb 10 2016 February 10 2016 Regular Board Meeting Packet Download Agenda Feb 10 2016 February 10 2016 Regular Board Meeting Agenda Download Agenda Jan 27 2016 January 27 2016 Regular Board Meeting Packet Download Agenda Jan 27 2016 January 27 2016 Regular Board Meeting Agenda Download Agenda Jan 27 2016 January 27 2016 Agenda Item 5 Bunker Hill Basin Conjunctive Use Project Presentation Download Agenda Jan 13 2016 January 13 2016 Regular Board Meeting Packet Download Agenda Jan 13 2016 January 13 2016 Regular Board Meeting Agenda Download Agenda Engineering and Operations Committee 2016 Agenda Minutes Download Apr 25 2016 April 25 2016 Engineering and Operations Committee Meeting Packet Download Agenda Apr 25 2016 April 25 2016 Engineering and Operations Committee Meeting Agenda Download Agenda EVWD Board Meeting Minutes 2016 2015 2014 View More 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2001 Agenda Minutes Download Mar 25 2016 March 25 2016 Special Board Meeting Minutes Download Agenda Mar 23 2016 March 23 2016 Regular Board Meeting Minutes Download Agenda Mar 9 2016 March 9 2016 Regular Board Meeting Minutes Download Agenda Feb 24 2016 February 24 2016 Regular Board Meeting Minutes Download Agenda Feb 10 2016 February 10 2016 Regular Board Meeting Minutes Download Agenda Jan 27 2016 January 27 2016 Regular Board Meeting Minutes Download Agenda Jan 13 2016 January 13 2016 Regular Board Meeting Minutes Download Agenda EVWD Conservation Commission Committee 2016 Agenda Minutes Download Apr 28 2016 April 28 2016 EVWD Conservation Commission Committee Agenda Download Agenda Apr 14 2016 April 14 2016 EVWD Conservation Commission Committee Agenda Download Agenda Finance Policy Committee 2016 Agenda Minutes Download Apr 26 2016 April 26 2016 Finance and Policy Standing Committee Agenda Download Agenda Apr 26 2016 April 26 2016 Finance and Policy

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/AgendaCenter (2016-04-29)
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  • Conservation | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    home uses water each month Check out this basic breakdown of monthly water consumption It s easier than you think to do more with less water and we re here to help Explore this section to find out how to use water in more environmentally aware and less wasteful ways Outdoor Conservation Outdoor irrigation accounts for approximately 60 of total water used in our service area EVWD encourages optimum irrigation efficiency through the use of More low water use plants and less turf grass in landscape design High efficiency irrigation technology Water use efficiency surveys Free residential and professional landscape workshops through the Inland Empire Garden Friendly Program and the Master Gardeners Program Indoor Conservation Replacing water guzzling fixtures can reduce home water consumption by up to 27 gallons per person per day Consumer Reports Greener Choices is an information clearinghouse with green ratings of products and appliances including washing machines and dishwashers When buying water related household appliances look for ones that have earned the ENERGY STAR rating High efficiency plumbing fixtures and appliances save about 30 of indoor water use and can yield substantial savings on water and energy bills Repair Leaks Leaky pipes toilets and faucets are often the biggest water wasters around your home On average leaks account for nearly 11 000 gallons of water wasted per home per year enough to fill a backyard swimming pool Fortunately checking for leaks is simple and repairs are usually minimal While wet and audible leaks are most common sometimes leaks can be hidden and silent If you are a metered water customer check your meter before and after a 2 hour period when no water is being used If your meter reading has changed there is a leak Without a meter it is important to inspect each water

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/142/Conservation (2016-04-29)
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  • Water Pressure | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    Your customer valve is located in your meter box on the side closest to your home This valve looks like a handle and should turn easily by hand Make sure the customer valve is fully open by turning the handle counter clockwise The handle is parallel with the meter when it is in the on position Check your pressure regulator Sometimes pressure regulators need to be adjusted or serviced to restore normal water pressure to your home Pressure regulators should be adjusted carefully Incorrectly adjusting the regulator can result in water pressure that is too high or too low Water pressure that is too high can cause some household appliances to malfunction It is recommended that a qualified plumber make adjustments or repairs to your regulator Do you have a water softener Customers may notice a decrease in the water pressure after having their water softener serviced Please check to make sure the service person fully reopened the valve when the service or repairs were completed Check for mineral deposits If you are experiencing low pressure from one of the faucets in your home it may be due to mineral deposits Mineral deposits from hard water can clog the aerators on faucets and shower heads You can restore the water pressure by cleaning the aerators If your water pressure is still low after troubleshooting these areas contact the district at 909 889 9501 High Water Pressure The district s service area is divided into multiple pressure zones Whenever possible water storage tanks reservoirs are located at a higher elevation than the area it serves so water can flow by gravity Homes that are at the lowest elevation from the reservoir will have higher pressure In higher pressure areas customers can adjust or install a pressure regulator to reduce the water

    Original URL path: http://www.eastvalley.org/139/Water-Pressure (2016-04-29)
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