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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    bid Engineering 3 Bids CN 1788 Jewell Creek Fish Passage Project Job No D13016 The work to be done includes but is not limited to the following Clearing grubbing chipping and storage of chips for re use storage of topsoil for re use creek Read on Status Closes Open 5 5 2016 10 00 AM CN 1800 2016 Lucas Valley Tank Coating Project Job D16022 DESCRIPTION This contract is for furnishing labor and equipment for the installation of tank modifications and accessories and for preparing surfaces and applying protective Read on Status Closes Open 5 10 2016 10 00 AM CN 1810 FFIP San Anselmo PRP JOB F15003 DESCRIPTION This contract is for furnishing labor and equipment for the installation of 5300 feet of 8 6 and 4 inch welded steel and High Density Polyethylene HDPE pipe Read on Status Closes Open 5 3 2016 10 00 AM Request for Proposals 1 Bid Janitorial Services Request for Proposal To provide janitorial services to our Administration Office Corporation Yard Offices and Water Quality Laboratory in Corte Madera CA Sky Oaks Headquarters in Fairfax CA Read on Status Closes Open 5 5 2016 11 00 AM Live Edit Close Bid Postings Pipeline

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  • Fire Flow Program | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    flow fee for an additional 19 years 2012 2031 The fee will fund such water system improvements as the replacement of approximately 52 miles of inadequate pipe and seismic stabilization retrofits at pump stations and pipe bridges We ve been working to implement this plan with the help of fire officials city managers and public works directors This team reports regularly to city and county elected officials whose joint efforts led to development of the plan In addition to improving our ability to fight fires we also have an aggressive fire prevention program on the Mt Tamalpais Watershed Note Regarding Property Tax Bills The district s 75 fire flow fee is included on your property tax bill as shown in the example below MMWD Fire Flow 75 00 Different fire districts in Marin County may or may not have specific fire fighting or fire prevention fees If you have questions about fire related fees other than MMWD s please check with the fire district listed on your property tax bill If you received a separate tax bill from the State Board of Equalization for a 150 Cal Fire Prevention Fee click here for that agency s website This fee is not related to MMWD s fire flow fee Reports and Related Documents Fire Flow Improvement Program 2012 Fire Flow Improvement Program FY 2012 13 Annual Report Fire Flow Improvement Program FY 2013 14 Annual Report Fire Flow Improvement Program Project List FAQs What is the Fire Flow Improvement Program How did the original Fire Flow Improvement Program get started What has been accomplished by the Fire Flow Improvement Program FAQ aspx Exemption from MMWD Fire Flow Fee Please note There is no exemption from the fire flow fee for seniors You may qualify for an exemption to the annual 75

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Support Services Facilities Systems Supervision Facilities Maintenance Landscape Maintenance Project Maintenance System Maintenance Watershed Management Fisheries Vegetation Wildlife Watershed Maintenance Watershed Protection Finance Accounting Customer Service Meter Operations Office Support Purchasing General Manager Administration Information Technology Public Information Water Conservation Human Resources Safety Risk Administration Legal Management First Name Last Name Categories Telephone Board of Directors Environmental Engineering Services Administration Civil Design Construction Management Inspection Design Construction Drafting Environmental Services Mechanical Electrical Design Records Subdivision Services Water Quality Water Recycling Backflow Water System Planning Special Projects Water Systems Operations Water Treatment Water Quality Water Treatment Operations Facilities Watershed Management Administration Facilities Maintenance Support Services Facilities Systems Supervision Facilities Maintenance Landscape Maintenance Project Maintenance System Maintenance Watershed Management Fisheries Vegetation Wildlife Watershed Maintenance Watershed Protection Finance Accounting Customer Service Meter Operations Office Support Purchasing General Manager Administration Information Technology Public Information Water Conservation Human Resources Safety Risk Administration Legal Management http marinwater org directory aspx DID Enter search terms to display a list of entries in the Staff Directory JavaScript is required and must be turned on for a listing to appear on this Directory entry page We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause Live Edit Close MMWD Quick Links

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  • Water Storage Improvement Project (WSIP) | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Coordinator MMWD 220 Nellen Avenue Corte Madera CA 94925 or by email EIR Public Scoping Meeting Monday September 29 2014 6 30 p m 8 30 p m Marin Art Garden Center 30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd Ross CA 94957 Need for Project MMWD has been evaluating replacement water storage options for the two existing facilities for several years We determined that the current amount of storage along the water transmission line system that conveys water from the treatment plants to Ross Valley and San Rafael is inadequate In fact the actual operational and emergency water storage needs required of the transmission line system based on current water industry standards are more than double the capacity currently available in Pine Mountain Tunnel and Ross Reservoir combined Both water storage facilities have provided water to MMWD customers for almost 100 years but they have reached the end of their usefulness Much has changed since both facilities were built water use has increased water system construction standards are higher and water quality standards are more stringent This project will ensure the continued delivery of high water quality water meeting all drinking water standards and is supported by the Division of Drinking Water of the State Water Resources Control Board The additional storage provided by this project is required to meet current water storage needs and will not provide additional water supply for future growth Proposed Project Components Construction of two concrete water tanks Ross Valley Tanks 1 and 2 to provide four million gallons of storage capacity above Phoenix Lake at or adjacent to the existing Ross Reservoir Construction of one four million gallon concrete tank Five Corners Tank on the district s watershed near Five Corners Removal of Ross Reservoir Decommissioning the Pine Mountain Tunnel Bullfrog Quarry restoration Click timeline for larger version Project Funding The budget for this project is approximately 23 million which is included in MMWD s proposed annual capital projects budget through fiscal year 2018 19 Background The Pine Mountain Tunnel built in 1918 is an 8 700 foot long tunnel designed to convey water from Alpine Lake on the Mt Tamalpais Watershed to San Rafael and the Ross Valley The district abandoned the use of the tunnel as a conveyance facility in 1971 after which it was converted to a storage facility The capacity is three million gallons Due to the tunnel s deteriorating condition the Division of Drinking Water of the State Water Resources Control Board has directed MMWD to either remove the tunnel from service or completely repair the tunnel to ensure the reliability of the tunnel to store water prevent bacterial growth and ensure that the tunnel meets all drinking water standards MMWD s engineering studies show that retrofitting the tunnel would be nearly the same cost as building a new storage facility but the capacity would still be insufficient Also the elevation and location of the tunnel limits its usefulness Built in 1927 Ross Reservoir is an in ground concrete lined trapezoidal

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/327/Water-Storage-Improvement-Project-WSIP (2016-04-29)
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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Links Natural Resource Wildlife Birds Natural Resource Wildlife Butterflies Natural Resource Wildlife Mammals Natural Resource Wildlife Reptiles Amphibians Outdoor Permits Pool Popular Pages Professionals Quality Assurance Documents Rainwater Harvesting Rate Increase Proposal Services Training Turtle Observer Volunteer Opportunities Water Bill Water Conservation Requirements Water Supply Planning Water Wise Plant Watershed Ambassadors Wildfire Protection Habitat Improvement Plan Wildfire Protection Habitat Improvement Plan News 9660 For Residents Pay Bill Online Rates Charges

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  • Residential Customers | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    3 10 69 36 68 46 78 4 18 17 69 79 Multi Family Residential Customers Tier Rate per CCF December May CCF June November CCF 1 3 83 0 10 0 10 2 6 33 11 18 11 20 3 10 43 19 26 21 28 4 17 88 27 29 One CCF is one hundred cubic feet or 748 gallons CCFs per living unit Bimonthly Meter Service Charge Meter Size Charge 5 8 inch 32 55 3 4 inch 41 25 1 inch 58 60 1 1 2 inch 101 95 2 inches 154 00 3 inches 318 85 4 inches 561 75 6 inches 1 229 70 8 inches 2 097 20 10 inches 3 311 70 Bi Monthly Watershed Management Fee Meter Size Charge 5 8 inch 8 45 3 4 inch 10 15 1 inch 13 45 1 1 2 inch 21 80 2 inches 31 80 3 inches 63 50 4 inches 110 15 6 inches 238 55 8 inches 405 30 10 inches 638 75 Private Fire Tap Bimonthly Service Charge Meter Size Charge 2 inches 26 50 4 inches 59 75 6 inches 114 25 8 inches 184 95 10 inches 284

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/224/Residential-Customers (2016-04-29)
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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Links Natural Resource Wildlife Birds Natural Resource Wildlife Butterflies Natural Resource Wildlife Mammals Natural Resource Wildlife Reptiles Amphibians Outdoor Permits Pool Popular Pages Professionals Quality Assurance Documents Rainwater Harvesting Rate Increase Proposal Services Training Turtle Observer Volunteer Opportunities Water Bill Water Conservation Requirements Water Supply Planning Water Wise Plant Watershed Ambassadors Wildfire Protection Habitat Improvement Plan Wildfire Protection Habitat Improvement Plan News 9660 For Businesses Pay Bill Online Rates Charges

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  • Commercial, Institutional & Irrigation Customers | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    or 748 gallons Note Unlike a residential account whose water bill is determined by using a fixed four tiered billing structure non residential account bills are based on the meter s annual water budget If the water use at a site exceeds the annual water budget the water bill may increase drastically Please see Non Residential Water Bills for more information Bimonthly Meter Service Charge Meter Size Charge 5 8 inch 32 55 3 4 inch 41 25 1 inch 58 60 1 1 2 inch 101 95 2 inches 154 00 3 inches 318 85 4 inches 561 75 6 inches 1 229 70 8 inches 2 097 20 10 inches 3 311 70 Bi Monthly Watershed Management Fee Meter Size Charge 5 8 inch 8 45 3 4 inch 10 15 1 inch 13 45 1 1 2 inch 21 80 2 inches 31 80 3 inches 63 50 4 inches 110 15 6 inches 238 55 8 inches 405 30 10 inches 638 75 Private Fire Tap Bimonthly Service Charge Meter Size Charge 2 inches 26 50 4 inches 59 75 6 inches 114 25 8 inches 184 95 10 inches 284 00 Title Notify Me Commercial

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