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One look at his front and back yard and you can tell, #DroughtChamp Jorge Azevedo has pride in saving water.
House addresses ending in ODD numbers water on Tuesdays and Saturdays; addresses ending in EVEN numbers water on Wednesdays and Sundays. Help spare Sacramento water.
Read more about our water main pipeline & meter projects.
Pocket Area Water Meter Project Underway! On July 28 construction began to place meters that were already planned to go in sidewalks. City staff is working with Council member Jennings and the City Manager to identify additional options for placement of the remaining meters in the project area. For more information, please call 916-808-5454 or view the construction schedule.
South Natomas & Hagginwood Area Water Main Pipeline & Meter Project Kicks-off! Installation of water meters on 2,800 properties throughout the South Natomas and Hagginwood area began August 31. In addition, rehabilitation of some main pipelines within the neighborhoods is occurring. Construction is expected to be complete in April 2016.
You may be eligible to save $156 annually on utility costs with the expanded Utility Rate Assistance Program.
Two-day a week watering now in effect! Find your watering days.
Natomas FEMA-approved flood zone status takes effect June 16. Building permits can now be issued.
City park watering on a Monday? Find out why.
River-Friendly Landscape Rebate Program provides rebates for turf replacement.
Sacramento Department of Utilities unveils Utility Rate Assistance Program
Jorge Azevedo is a Drought Champ! One look at his front and back yard and you can tell he has pride in saving water. He is part of the of the City’s River-Friendly Landscape program where he received a rebate from the City for removing his front yard turf and replacing it with native and drought tolerant plants.
Are you prepared for a flood? Story airs next week on ABC10. Learn how DOU is updating our community's infrastructure and how you can be #FloodReady. #CAWater Read Post
Do you live in the City and have you experienced an “earthy” taste or odor recently in your drinking water? The Department of Utilities would like to assure you that this odd tasting and smelling water is completely safe to drink.
The taste and odor that the community is experiencing is a result of a combination of low river levels and higher temperatures. Learn more via ABC10:
http://www.abc10.com/videos/news/local/2015/10/02/drought-causes-badtasting-tap-water/73247486/ Read Post
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