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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website | Official Website
    meeting Calendar aspx News Flash Marin Municipal Water District to Replace Pipeline including 120 year old sections in Mill Valley Marin Municipal Water District MMWD will replace nearly a mile total of dated and worn pipeline in five neighborhoods in Mill Valley and one neighborhood in Corte Madera beginning this week Read on Slow Zone Program Begins at Mt Tam s Lake Lagunitas Read on MMWD Releases Draft Urban Water Management Plan for Public Review Public Hearings on Plan Set for MMWD Board Meetings of April 19 and May 17 Read on CivicAlerts aspx Twitter Timeline Popular Pages Twitter Timeline Tweets by thinkbluemarin Popular Pages Bid Postings Board of Directors Fire Flow Program Rainfall Levels daily and historical Rebates Staff Directory Water Watch Weekly Rainfall and Reservoir Levels Watershed Maps Weekly Watering Schedule WSIP Water Storage Improvement Project QuickLinks aspx Title Notify Me MMWD Links Annual Parking Passes FAQs Forms Rebates Water Supply Planning Weekly Watering Schedule Watershed Map Pay Bill Online Rates Charges Rebates Start New Service QuickLinks aspx Pay Bill Online Rates Charges Rebates Start New Service QuickLinks aspx Bid Postings Landscaper Plumber Training School Education Program Volunteer Opportunities QuickLinks aspx MMWD Quick Links Blog Think Blue Marin

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  • About | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    of providing an adequate supply of water within its service area Public Records Act Requests Public Records Act requests may be submitted to the Marin Municipal Water District online by regular mail by email or by fax Online Public Records Act Request Form Mail Marin Municipal Water District Re Public Records Act Request 220 Nellen Avenue Corte Madera CA 94925 Email publicinformation marinwater org Fax 415 927 4953 Please allow up to ten calendar days to receive a response to your request Fees may apply Printer friendly version Service Area Square miles 147 Population 187 500 Finance Budget fiscal year revenues not including fire flow 71 119 800 Budget fiscal year disbursements not including fire flow Operations 69 466 761 Debt service 6 836 512 Capital purchase and projects 19 880 749 Total budgeted fiscal year disbursements 96 184 022 Utility plant net book value per audited financial statement as of 6 30 14 358 319 959 Water Supply Watershed Lands acres 21 600 Number of storage reservoirs 7 Total reservoir storage capacity in acre feet 1 79 566 In millions of gallons 29 927 Average yearly rainfall in inches at Lake Lagunitas 52 Average yearly runoff less losses 2 in acre feet 61 400 In millions of gallons 20 000 Water imported from the Russian River avg annual acre feet 7 000 Operational yield 3 acre feet 28 500 Water Production Service connections active 61 675 Residential 55 402 Other 6 273 Maximum annual use 1987 in acre feet 33 100 In millions of gallons 10 785 Average annual use from fiscal year 2004 2014 in acre feet 27 560 In millions of gallons 8 980 Water Facilities Potable Recycled Miles of pipeline 887 24 Number of storage tanks 125 3 Total tank storage capacity in millions of gallons

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  • Services | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    services or questions please email or call the Customer Service Department at 415 945 1400 Monday through Friday 8 a m to 4 15 p m Create an Online Billing Account The Online Bill Pay link near the top left of the page provides access to our online payment system If you have never used the system you must first create a username and password To do so Click on the Online Bill Pay link Complete the information at the bottom of the page under new users Click Continue and follow the prompts Using the online payment system you can Change your address and or phone number Pay your bill with MasterCard Visa American Express Discover or a checking account Request a high consumption inquiry Request e bills Review past bills Review payment history of payments made on the online account system Set up automatic payments Stop service Telephone Scam Warning MMWD would like our customers to be aware of a telephone scam that has been reported in our area It involves a recorded message that states your water bill is past due It then asks the customer to push a number to be connected to provide payment information MMWD will not ask for credit card information over the phone If you received a suspicious phone call please call our Customer Service Department at 415 945 1400 for accurate information about your account If you believe you ve been a victim of a scam you can contact the Federal Communications Commission at 1 888 225 5322 and or your local police Title Notify Me Discounted Rate Programs Pay Online Start Service Water Bill Water Rates 2016 Rates FAQs Billing Area Map Quick Links FAQs Leak Adjustment Policy Learn how to read your meter QuickLinks aspx Calendar Tue May 17 Board

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  • Water | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    reservoir storage consumptions levels and more Daily Rainfall Levels this year vs last year Rainfall History since 1880 Marin County Sources Nearly 75 of MMWD s water comes from 21 635 acres of protected watershed on Mt Tamalpais and in the grassy hills of west Marin These areas are mostly forested MMWD owned lands and other undeveloped rural lands Rainfall from these watershed flows into MMWD s seven reservoirs Water from these reservoirs is treated and filtered before delivery FAQs Why does MMWD ask customers to conserve water even when the reservoirs are at normal levels Why does MMWD let the reservoirs spill during a drought Isn t that wasting water FAQ aspx Reservoir Capacities Reservoir Capacity in Acre Feet of Total Capacity Year Built Lagunitas 350 0 4 1872 Phoenix 411 0 5 1905 Alpine 8 891 11 2 1918 Bon Tempe 4 017 5 1 1948 Kent 32 895 41 3 1953 Nicasio 22 430 28 2 1960 Soulajule 10 572 13 3 1979 Total 79 566 100 0 One acre foot is 325 851 gallons enough water to cover one acre about the size of a football field to a depth of one foot Enlarged in 1924 and 1941 Enlarged in 1982 Sonoma County Sources Over 25 of MMWD s water is imported from the Sonoma County Water Agency SCWA water originates from rainfall that flows into Lake Sonoma and Lake Mendocino and is released to the Russian River The Russian River water is filtered naturally through 80 feet of sand beds adjacent to the River The Russian River water blends nicely with the District s reservoir water within the District s distribution system Title Notify Me Backflow Prevention Construction Updates Drought Information Fire Flow Program New Water Service Connections Recycled Water Water Quality Water Storage Improvement

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  • Conservation | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    to save water We ll send a water conservation expert to your home or business for a FREE consultation Call 415 945 1523 to schedule Water smart Not sure how much water your garden needs Use our Weekly Watering Schedule as a guide Considering a new construction remodel or landscape rehabilitation project Learn about current water conservation requirements Schedule a free Marin Friendly Garden Walk with a Marin Master Gardener and get water wise tips for a beautiful healthy landscape Call 415 473 4204 Find and fix leaks Our conservation staff discover leaks in about one third of the homes they visit and often the homeowners never suspected Your water meter can help you monitor your water use and determine if you have a leak find step by step instructions here Install high efficiency showerheads and faucet aerators Free showerheads and aerators are available at our office at 220 Nellen Avenue in Corte Madera Drop by weekdays 8 a m 4 30 p m to pick up yours Calculate your water use The Home Water Works Calculator can help you estimate how much water you use and see where you can use less Give your home a water efficiency check up Our Do It Yourself Home Water Survey will guide you through activities to find ways to save water at your home See water running down the street Let us know Explore the links at left for more information and resources to help you save water Read More On our blog Top 10 Ways to Save Water Top 10 Ways to Save Water Apartment Dwellers Edition Water Conservation Tips for Kids Title Notify Me Businesses Gardens Landscapes Garden Tour 2016 Homes Links Professional Training Rebates School Education Program Water Conservation Requirements Water Waste Prevention Contact Us General Water Conservation Email

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  • Watershed | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    the best way to assure high water quality is to keep the lands in a natural condition which means limiting use by people to activities that have the least impact on the watershed Within certain constraints permitted activities include hiking biking horseback riding fishing and picnicking Camping swimming and boating are prohibited Caring for nature managing visitors and involving the public in watershed stewardship are the central tasks of our rangers natural resource specialists and watershed maintenance staff Their responsibilities include protecting resources managing fire risks assisting visitors monitoring plants and animal populations restoring natural habitats and maintaining access roads and trails One Mountain One Vision MMWD is proud to be a partner of the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative TLC a multi agency approach to the stewardship of Mt Tam Learn more about TLC and its One Tam initiative Next Previous Title Notify Me Directions Maps to Watershed Sites Film Land Use Other Permits Natural Resources Fisheries Natural Resources Vegetation Natural Resources Wildlife Support the Mt Tamalpais Watershed Roads and Trails Visiting Watershed Lands Volunteer Opportunities MMWD Quick Links Blog Think Blue Marin Employment Opportunities Form Center Notify Me Online Bill Pay QuickLinks aspx Connect With Us Helpful Links Contact Us

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  • I Want To... | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    where to download agendas and minutes documents and more Report Report street leaks and water waste View View the information booklet job openings policies and more Visit Mt Tam Title Notify Me Apply For Contact Download Report View Visit Mt Tam MMWD Quick Links Blog Think Blue Marin Employment Opportunities Form Center Notify Me Online Bill Pay QuickLinks aspx Connect With Us Helpful Links Contact Us Privacy Policy Site Map

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  • Weekly Watering Schedule | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Irrigation Schedule Reminders Sign up to receive the schedule via email along with helpful water smart garden tips Or follow us on Twitter and we will tweet you a reminder every Friday during irrigation season Please Note The Weekly Watering Schedule is a guide calculated to replenish the soil moisture lost last week It is not a forecast if unseasonably hot or wet weather is expected please adjust if needed for your garden The Weekly Watering Schedule is updated every Friday If you do not see the current information please reload the page by refreshing your browser For PCs use CTRL F5 For Macs use FN F5 Apple R or Command R Title Notify Me Weekly Watering Schedule For week of 4 22 16 4 28 16 Thanks to recent rain you may not need to irrigate this week Check newly planted container and high water use plants for stress and water if needed Reminder Irrigation regulations remain in effect Learn more on our Drought Information page Thank you for your cooperation ETo 4 15 16 4 21 16 1 22 Rainfall 4 15 16 4 21 16 0 0 Percent Change from Previous Week 71 8 Watering Index 82 Irrigation Plant Type Northern Zone Minutes Central Zone Minutes Southern Zone Minutes Spray System Turf 44 39 26 High Water Use Plants 32 28 19 Low Water Use Plants 14 12 8 Drip System High Water Use Plants 1 ft Canopy 17 16 10 2 ft Canopy 70 63 42 3 ft Canopy 157 141 94 Drip System Low Water Use Plants 1 ft Canopy 8 7 5 2 ft Canopy 30 27 18 3 ft Canopy 67 61 41 Documents Watering Index Explained Evapotranspiration ETo Explained Glossary of Terms Determining the Precipitation Rate Climate Zones Map Daily Reference Evapotranspiration

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