PUBLIC HEARING ON WATER RATIONING
The District’s Board of Directors will hold a public hearing by teleconferencing at 9 a.m. this coming Wednesday, August 25, 2021, to consider activating water rationing. The District’s staff is recommending that the Directors set a trigger, according to which rationing would be activated when (and if) the System is unable to keep its storage tanks at least 50% full for 7 consecutive days. Details of the rationing proposal that will be considered by the Board are available on the District’s website (invernesspud.org). To see the public notice for next Wednesday’s public hearing, please click here.
To see the agenda for the August 25 meeting, including instructions for attending/participating via Zoom or telephone, please click here.
PRIVATE WATER TANKS AND WATER HAULING
Many of our customers have inquired about installing their own private water storage tanks. Please be advised that filling such tanks with our water is not permitted under the restrictions currently in place. Also, we have not been able to locate any water hauler who will deliver water at this time to anyone who is not already their customer.
WATER SYSTEM’S STATUS
We’re holding our own at this time, helped by the foggy overcast and a bit of a dip in usage, which might be the result of local kids being back in school and summer families having returned home.