We have been asked to provide a courtesy notice to the residents and property owners of Inverness about a planned evacuation drill for Paradise Ranch Estates on Wednesday May 11, 2022. The drill is being coordinated by the Marin County Sheriff Office and the Marin County Fire Department with assistance from the California Highway Patrol and the National Park Staff. The drill will be conducted from…
IPUD Pushes Back on 186 New Homes in Inverness
Update on Chipper Days:
A deep dive into the data has led the IPUD’s staff to conclude that not only is the drought almost certain to continue through 2022, but very likely it will be worse than last year.
Saying goodbye is never easy, but in the case of 2021, we at IPUD are happy to send it on its way down memory lane. This is not to say that we have not met each challenge with determination and resolve, but surely we would all agree that we can do with a little "less" in 2022.
That’s the question we’ve been asking as we gauge our tank levels (full-up!) and we tally the rain received already this year (copious!).
We are astonished to report that Inverness has received 12.69 inches of rain since July 1. This is 82% of the total rainfall for all of last year!
One step back from the brink
Marin County is entering the most dangerous part of the fire season. Are you, your family and your home prepared? Here are some steps you can take right now to help protect your family and home from wildfire:
Board Sets Trigger for Rationing
Today, Wednesday, August 4, is the third day outdoor watering has been restricted in Inverness – AND THE WATER LEVEL IN OUR TANKS IS PLUMMETING EVEN FASTER THAN IT WAS A WEEK AGO!