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  • Emergency Preparedness | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    plastic soda bottles Avoid used milk or juice jugs and containers that will decompose or break Seal tightly then label and store in an easily accessible dark cool dry area away from solvents and chemicals Replace every six months You also can purchase commercially bottled or packaged water for long term storage Don t forget your other emergency supplies and necessities Get a complete list at ready gov Identify Other Sources of Water If a disaster catches you without a stored supply of clean water you can use the water in your pipes water heater and ice cube trays If you re not certain about the purity of the water filter and disinfect as described below To use the water in your pipes let air into the plumbing by turning on the faucet in your home at the highest level A small amount of water will trickle out Then obtain water from the lowest faucet in the home To use the water in your water heater close the intake valve and cut off the heater s gas or electricity supply Open the drain at the bottom of the tank and collect the water in a clean container You may need to turn on a hot water faucet in the house to allow air into the tank to start the flow of water Be sure to refill the tank before turning the gas or electricity back on Consider using water from the toilet tank or perhaps a pool or other outdoor water source for washing and cleaning purposes Purify Water for Drinking In an emergency it s possible available water sources may require additional treatment to be safe to drink If water is cloudy filter through clean cloth or paper towels before disinfecting Disinfect water by bringing it to a rolling

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/264/Emergency-Preparedness (2016-04-29)
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  • Environmental Reports | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Study and Proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration Jewell Creek Fish Passage Restoration Project Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration Notice of Intent to Adopt a Revised Mitigated Negative Declaration Title Notify Me Blog Board of Directors District Code Construction Updates Directions Doing Business With MMWD E Newsletter Emergency Preparedness Employment Opportunities Environmental Reports Forms History Management Finance Meet MMWD News Releases On the Water Front Customer Newsletter School Education Program Staff

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  • History | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Confederate gold Lake Lagunitas is the oldest reservoir on the watershed Lagunitas Dam was built in 1872 by the Marin County Water Company When completed the dam was the third largest on the West Coast In 1875 the owner of the Marin County Water Company William T Coleman stocked Lake Lagunitas with 20 000 trout Marin County s first telephone line 1877 ran six miles from the office of the Marin County Water Company on C Street in San Rafael to the dam keeper s house at Lake Lagunitas The historic log cabin next to Phoenix Lake was built circa 1894 for the Hyppolite Ranch by James and Walter Landsborough nephews of Mrs Janet Porteous In 1898 Victor Jesse Colwell robbed the Bolinas Stage at gunpoint as it passed through the Mount Tamalpais watershed He was later arrested by a sheriff s posse and sentenced to seven years at San Quentin Built in 1918 Alpine Dam is the only concrete dam in the reservoir system The other dams are made of earth fill and rock The water supply line built in 1920 to serve Point San Quentin is called the Sugar Line because it was built and paid for by the California and Hawaiian Sugar Company Water was transported to the C H plant at Crockett via the Sugar Line and barges Between 1929 and 1934 24 000 trees were purchased and brought down from the Fort Bragg area to reforest the watershed Most of the trees were Bishop and Coulter Pine Bon Tempe is an Americanization of the family name Bautunpi The three Bautunpi brothers ran a ranch and dairy that was later removed to make way for Bon Tempe and Alpine reservoirs Bon Tempe Reservoir was constructed in 1948 April 25 2012 marked the 100 year anniversary of

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  • Management & Finance | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    of 28 million is down by 12 9 The lower expenditures reflect the drop in water sales and revenue resulting from customers successful conservation efforts While conservation is essential to preserving our limited water supply the fluctuation in water sales is a challenge for the district since most of our expenses are fixed MMWD must maintain more than 900 miles of pipe numerous storage tanks and pump stations regardless of the volume of water flowing through them Because MMWD operates on a two year budget cycle the board also adopted the 2016 17 FY operating and capital budgets Both are slightly higher and therefore assume an improved revenue picture next year The two year budget is available online Approximately 80 of our budget goes directly toward the cost of our water system that is the collection treatment and distribution of water and the maintenance and replacement of facilities The remaining 20 goes toward protecting watershed lands conservation programs and customer services MMWD was recently awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association for the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending June 30 2014 Quick Links Summary of Revenue Sources Including Fees Received Fitch Ratings Downgrades MMWD from AA to AA QuickLinks aspx 2011 2012 Budget Summary Statements 2011 Audited Financial Statements 2012 Audited Financial Statements 2013 Audited Financial Statements 2014 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report CAFR 2015 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report CAFR 2014 Five Year Strategic Plan Budget for Fiscal Years 2011 13 Budget for Fiscal Years 2013 14 and 2014 15 Proposed Budget for Fiscal Years 2015 16 and 2016 17 MMWD Organizational Chart Retiree Healthcare Plan June 30 2012 GASB 45 Actuarial Valuation Retiree Healthcare Plan June 30 2013 GASB 45 Actuarial Valuation Title Notify Me Blog Board

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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Please use this number to reference this error 80000000958c72161851615e Return to HOME page Live Edit Close av This Bl nk Annual Parking Passes FAQs Forms Rebates Water Supply Planning Weekly Watering Schedule Watershed Map 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 Accessibility Copyright Notices Powered by CivicPlus QuickLinks

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  • Start Service | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    p m 220 Nellen Ave Corte Madera CA 94925 Submit your request online by completing the Start Service Form Your request will be completed within one to two business days and you will receive a call back confirmation from our Customer Service department New accounts may be subject to a new account service charge or required to pay a security deposit For more details please view our Billing Policy Note for New Business Customers The water bill for a business is directly related to the meter s water budget and entitlement level Exceeding the water budget will result in water billed at higher tier rates Businesses especially those that use large amounts of water such restaurants coffee shops laundromats etc should ensure the meter s existing water budget entitlement is adequate for the intended end use Please contact the MMWD Engineering Department at 415 945 1530 for more information and to determine if the existing entitlement is adequate for the intended end use for the site Title Notify Me Discounted Rate Programs Pay Online Start Service Water Bill Water Rates 2016 Rates FAQs Billing Area Map MMWD Quick Links Blog Think Blue Marin Employment Opportunities Form Center Notify Me Online

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  • Water Bill | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    94976 0994 Online via credit card or checking account using our online payment system If you ve never used the system you must first register for a username and password We do not accept credit card payments over the phone at this time Automatic deduction electronic funds transfer from your checking account To sign up see the automatic payment authorization form In person at our office We are open weekdays from 8 a m to 4 30 p m We accept cash credit cards and checks In our night drop You can put your payment any time in the night drop slot located on the north side of our building Discounted Rate Programs Those who meet certain criteria can receive discounts on their bill Here s an overview of the programs we have Service Charge Waiver Program The bimonthly meter service charge is waived The water used is billed according to our usual and current rate structure Learn more and download application Medical Disability Discount Additional water used is billed at our lowest rate tier The bimonthly meter service charge is not waived Learn more and download application Title Notify Me Leak Adjustment Policy Third Party Notification FAQs FAQs What are your office hours I have a high bill How do I determine if I have a leak How do I read my meter FAQ aspx Quick Links Understanding Your Water Bill QuickLinks aspx Telephone Scam Warning MMWD would like our customers to be aware of a recent 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

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  • Water Rates | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    per CCF rate is based on consumption It covers the cost of water transmission treatment distribution watershed maintenance importing water and recycling water The service charge is based on meter size and covers the cost of meter reading and billing customer service meter replacement and repair water conservation and administration How We Calculate Your Bill A system of four billing tiers is used to charge for the units of water used A set number of units of water is allocated for each tier Customers pay a higher per unit rate for each additional unit if the water usage increases into the next higher tier As such the tier system is designed to encourage water conservation MMWD has a two month billing cycle Billed amounts are based on meter readings for water used during the previous two months The billing periods are January February March April May June July August September October and November December To get an idea of when your meter will be read see our billing area map We begin the billing cycle in Area 1 and finish in Area 15 If you have a question about your water bill please call our Customer Service Department at 415 945 1400 For general water bill questions and payment options see our customer FAQs Note Single family residential customers can be billed at the lower Tier 3 rate if they meet specific water conservation criteria and exemption requirements One CCF is one hundred cubic feet or 748 gallons CCFs per living unit Title Notify Me Commercial Institutional Irrigation Customers Raw Recycled Water Customers Residential Customers Rate FAQs How are these rates different I conserve water and it seems like I m being penalized with higher rates Please explain What is the watershed management fee I don t remember seeing that

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