Every day approximately 76 BILLION gallons of water are pumped from the ground for use in the U.S.
Scientists estimate that there are approximately 33 TRILLION gallons of groundwater in the U.S.
Periodically property-owners may receive solicitations from companies offering them insurance or some form of a maintenance agreement to protect them from the costs incurred to repair or replace their water service. Although the Water District maintains the water main, gate valve, and meter serving the property, the portion of water pipe running underground from the […]
All of the pumping stations chlorinate, adjust the pH level, and until June 2016 add fluoride. Starting in June 2016 the District stopped the fluoridation of the water as a result of the 2016 Annual Meeting vote. The District voted to reinstate fluoride at the April 3, 2017 Annual District Meeting. As of June 1, […]
The water treatment plant located at the Phillips Road pumping station only treats water from a few wells of one well field for iron and manganese removal.