The Rancho Murieta Community Services District says completion of the Rio Oso water tank rehabilitation project could be delayed until June 21. Residents in Unit 3 and 4 on the North are asked to continue to conserve water by following the landscape watering schedule the CSD imposed in April and by not watering at all during the peak period between 5 and 10 a.m. Read more » about Rio Oso tank rehab delayed, water conservation effort to continue
The Community Services District board of directors has decided to take an aggressive approach to restoring reserves that have been hard-hit in recent years. As a result, residents will soon receive a notice about rate increases in the draft 2008-2009 budget that would take the average monthly bill from $114.44 to $137.89, an increase of 20.5 percent
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The Community Services District announced irrigation restrictions Wednesday for the area above the second Guadalupe Drive in Murieta North. Irrigation in Units 3 and 4 will be limited to alternate days until the Rio Oso tank is online again. The 1.2-million-gallon tank was taken offline for rehabilitation work last fall, and it's expected to be back in service June 7. Read more » about Landscape watering restrictions hit 700 North households
The Community Services District holds the last in a series of workshops on recycled water feasibility Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the CSD Building. The CSD currently provides recycled water for golf course irrigation. The feasibility study looks at the potential to use recycled wastewater for landscape irrigation as the community grows. The agenda and presentation are available here.Read more » about CSD workshop on recycled water at 7 p.m.
A plume of water estimated at 80 to 100 feet appeared over the Fairways Wednesday after a water main on the North Course next to De La Cruz Drive broke around 5:30 p.m. The water display ended when Country Club personnel closed the valve that supplies irrigation water from Bass Lake to the 10-inch pipe.