Ordinance 2017-1 Establishing Rules and Regulations for Temporary Water Use was passed by the Board of Directors on April 11, 2017. With this Ordinance, changes are being made to the current bulk water program.Ord 2017-1.pdf
Temporary Water Use Permit
- The Temporary Water Use Permit is required by all bulk water haulers beginning immediately and must be completed for 2017 if hauling is to continue.
- Permits expire at the end of each calendar year.
- By signing the permit the haulers agree to abide by all the terms and conditions.
- The reverse side of the permit contains the Terms and Conditions. This copy of the permit must be retained by the hauler and should be available upon request.
- Haulers are required to purchase a reloadable card which can be used at any bulk water station.
- With the permit and card, a hauler is authorized to pull water from a Card Lock Bulk Water Station.
Card Lock Bulk Water Stations
Card lock bulk water stations will be constructed in designated areas of the District.
Site #1 (Pope & Hildebrandt, San Andreas)
Site #2 (Across from RRF Community Center, Railroad Flat)
Site #3 (Center Street, near Wendell’s, Mokelumne Hill)
Future Site #4 (George Reed Dr, San Andreas)
Fixed Meter Request
- Haulers requesting a Fixed Meter are to complete the permit and pay appropriate fees.
- Once completed the meter is installed at the closest approved fire hydrant to a customer project or District designated fire hydrant.
- Applicants are responsible for starting and stopping service once the meter is placed for service.
- CPUD personnel will recover the hardware upon termination or expiration of the permit. The deposit may be refunded in whole or in part within 60 days of hardware inspection. Repair or replacement of the returned hardware or any damaged CPUD facilities will be deducted from the deposit, if required.
General Information & FAQ’sGeneral Info Bulk Water.pdf
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