Author: Bridget Butterfield

District Fire Hydrant Use

hydrant with permit sign

Permits are required to use district fire hydrants. Withdrawal of water from a district owned fire hydrant, except for an emergency, requires a permit from the district. The permit specifies… Read more »

Lawn Hibernation

brown grass

Is my lawn asleep or dead? A brown lawn does not always mean your lawn is dead; it could just be dormant. Some yellowing may be a sign of a… Read more »

Fall Lawn Care

Fall leaves being raked

With the first day of fall just around the corner, the District would like to remind of you of some helpful fall lawn care tips. Following the tips below can… Read more »

September E-Newsletter Available

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The Quarterly Newsletter is now available online under the Residents section of our website. Stay up to date on District Projects that may impact your neighborhood or water/sewer service. Articles… Read more »

Office Closure

The District office will be closed on Monday, September 4th in observance of Labor Day. If you have urgent business with the district on this day, please call the main… Read more »

Hydrant Flushing and Water Quality Month

hydrant flushing performed by district operator

Hydrant flushing is necessary to maintain the high-quality water that is delivered to district customers. In addition to maintaining and providing high water quality, hydrant flushing assures that hydrants are… Read more »