Frequently Asked Questions

Ojai Water FAQ


When will Casitas begin water operations?
How much and when will I see the bond appear on my property tax bill?
How can I pay my portion of the bond up-front to save on the interest?
What will my new water rates be?
What will be my new water allocation?
What are the rules for water usage?
When will I get my last Golden State water bill and when will the get their first casitas bill?
Who should I contact for billing problems?
Who do I contact for leaks or other problems?
Is there a special newsletter they should sign up for that will address their specific needs
What kind of meter will Casitas Municipal Water District utilize?

Lake Casitas Recreation Area FAQ


Can we swim in Lake Casitas?
What campgrounds have a view of the lake?
Which campgrounds have playgrounds?
How many people are allowed per campsite?
How many tents are allowed per site?
How many pets are allowed per campsite?
How many vehicles are allowed per site?
What is the earliest I can check in?
What are check-in and check-out times?
What is the latest check-in time?
Are there tables, fire rings and BBQs at each campsite?
Can I bring my own BBQ?
How far in advance can I make a reservation?
Can I make a reservation for Saturday only?
Do reservations have to be paid for in advance?
What types of payments are accepted?
What is the mailing address?
What are the options for making a reservation other than by telephone?
Is there a number to call for information?
How much is it to come in for the day?
Can we bring a dog to the lake?
Do I need a fishing license to fish at the lake?
Are float tubes allowed at the lake?
What are the boating requirements for the lake?
Is boating allowed at night?
I can't bring outside food, what else CAN'T I bring into the Casitas Water Adventure?
What If I Want To Bring My Own Food & Drinks?
How much are Water Adventure tickets?
Can I make Water Adventure ticket reservations?
Are group tickets available for the Water Adventure?
I am just going in to watch my children play at the Water Adventure. Do I have to pay also?
Do I have to wear a bathing suit?
I have a baby swim tube, may my daughter swim with it?
Do you offer discounts?
Can I bring an ice chest or cooler or glass containers into the Water Adventure?
Can I bring alcohol into the Water Adventure?
Do you offer Birthday Packages?
Where is the Water Adventure located?
Are there bears at Lake Casitas?

Camping FAQ


What campgrounds have a view of the lake?
Which campgrounds have playgrounds?
How many people are allowed per campsite?
How many tents are allowed per site?
How many pets are allowed per campsite?
How many vehicles are allowed per site?
What is the earliest I can check in?
What are check-in and check-out times?
What is the latest check-in time?
Are there tables, fire rings and BBQs at each campsite?
Can I bring my own BBQ?
How far in advance can I make a reservation?
Can I make a reservation for Saturday only?
Do reservations have to be paid for in advance?
What types of payments are accepted?
What is the mailing address?
What are the options for making a reservation other than by telephone?
Is there a number to call for information?

Water Adventure FAQ


How much are Water Adventure tickets?
What Am I NOT Allowed To Bring Into The Water Adventure?
What If I Want To Bring My Own Food & Drinks?
Can I make Water Adventure ticket reservations?
Are group tickets available for the Water Adventure?
I am just going in to watch my children play. Do I have to pay also?
Do I have to wear a bathing suit?
I have a baby swim tube, may my daughter swim with it?
Do you offer discounts?
Can I bring an ice chest, cooler or glass containers into the Water Adventure?
Can I bring alcohol into the Water Adventure?
Do you offer Birthday Packages?
Where is the Water Adventure located?

Fishing FAQ


Do I need a fishing license to fish at the lake?
Are float tubes allowed at the lake?
What are the boating requirements for the lake?
Is boating allowed at night?
Are dogs allowed on boats?

CMWD FAQ


How do I start my water service account?
How do I stop my water service account?
When is my meter read?
What number do I call to report a water leak?
What happens after a water leak is reported to CMWD?
Will my water be turned off when the repair crews work on the water lines?
What is CMWDs Responsibility regarding repairing leaks at a water meter?
Will CMWD show me how to repair my leak?
If my neighbor has a leak on his/her property, should I call CMWD to turn off their water?
Payment Options
Temporary Water Service

Water Conservation FAQ


How Can I Help Stop the 1 Trillion Gallon Annual National Deficit?
How do I know if I have a Leak?
How Can I Fix a Leak?
How Can I Save Even More Water?

Ojai Water

Q. When will Casitas begin water operations?

Casitas is will take over the Ojai water system on June 8, 2017, which is when the purchase of the Ojai water system will be completed. All reports of leaks, billing, or other water related services before that time need to be addressed with the Golden State Water Company.



Q. How much and when will I see the bond appear on my property tax bill?

Ojai property owners have been paying on the first bond for two years now, see  "Prior to 2nd Bond Issue", (page 5 of the "Rate and Apportionment" Document) at: Ojaiwater.org.  Ojai property owners will see the "After 2nd Bond Issue" amount appear on tax bills in the fall of 2017.  An estimate for the amount of payment can be found on the Estimated annual and prepay amounts document at Ojaiwater.org www.casitaswater.org



Q. How can I pay my portion of the bond up-front to save on the interest?

Please call Casitas at (805) 649-2251 Extension 0, for details on how to prepay this debt obligation. Please see Pre-Issuance Pre-Payment document below or slide number 11 on the Casitas Board Meeting PowerPoint for an estimation of costs.



Q. What will my new water rates be?

Former Golden State Water customers (rate classification) will be the same as Casitas' customers of similar customer category type, i.e. business or residential.  We will bill on a monthly basis rather than on a bi-monthly basis. We are currently proposing to raise rates, please see the rate calculator at:   http://www.drivecms.com/uploads/casitaswater.org/Rate%20Calculator.htm. Please note there will be significant cost savings to Ojai customers even with the new water rates. 



Q. What will be my new water allocation?

There is likely going to be a lapse in creating new water allocations, but an estimate of what they will be can be found on the Ojaiwater.org page under water allocation calculator link.



Q. What are the rules for water usage?

The same water waste restrictions throughout the State of California will remain in place as well as Casitas Stage 3 drought conditions. 

  • No watering outdoors between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., except with a hand-held container or hose with a shut-off nozzle, or for very short periods when adjusting a sprinkler system;
  • No watering during and within 48 hours after periods of rain;
  • No Water Flow or Runoff: Watering or irrigating any lawn, landscape or other vegetated areas in a manner that causes or allows runoff such that water flows onto adjacent property, non-irrigated areas, private and public walkways, roadways, parking lots or structures is prohibited;
  • No excessive water flow or runoff onto pavement, gutters or ditches from watering or irrigating landscapes or vegetation of any kind;
  • Recommend watering only one day a week.



Q. When will I get my last Golden State water bill and when will the get their first casitas bill?

Your first Casitas bill is tentatively scheduled for June or early July 2017. Please pay all bills received from Golden State Water prior to being billed by Casitas.



Q. Who should I contact for billing problems?

Please contact Customer Service at Golden State Water if it refers to the last bill from them, or, contact Customer Service at Casitas Water if the billing problem is from Casitas. 



Q. Who do I contact for leaks or other problems?

Please call Golden State Water until the official purchase date, which is scheduled for June 8, 2017. Please call Casitas Water after that date at (805) 649-2251.



Q. Is there a special newsletter they should sign up for that will address their specific needs

Casitas is working on an email sign-up list that will provide updates on the transfer.



Q. What kind of meter will Casitas Municipal Water District utilize?

Casitas will utilize Sensus iPERL residential meter technology in the Ojai water system. Each meter has a Smart Point module that reads and stores data. This module provides the inbound and outbound access to measurements and diagnostics.

A Vehicle Gateway Base Station (VGB) is utilized monthly to collect the stored data within the individual meter Smart Point modules. The transmission of data is only performed when the VGB initiates the communication link. Individual meter transmissions are less than one second in length and are scheduled to occur once a month. Nothing is transmitted continuously. This technology is approved by the Federal Communications Commission within Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations. 



Lake Casitas Recreation Area

Q. Can we swim in Lake Casitas?

No. Because Lake Casitas is a drinking water supply.



Q. What campgrounds have a view of the lake?

Many campsites have some views of the lake, but the best and most popular are Campgrounds F, G, and M, depending on lake levels. Click here for more info.



Q. Which campgrounds have playgrounds?

C, G and M. There are also playgrounds near the front entrance, at the Santa Ana Boat Launch picnic area, the Wadleigh Arm Event area and at Picnic #8.



Q. How many people are allowed per campsite?

Six.



Q. How many tents are allowed per site?

There is no limit to the number of tents, but there is a maximum of six people per site.



Q. How many pets are allowed per campsite?

Two.



Q. How many vehicles are allowed per site?

Two vehicles per site. The first vehicle is paid for as part of the camping fee, the second vehicle must be paid for upon arrival. A third vehicle may be parked for a fee at a designated location inside the Recreation Area.



Q. What is the earliest I can check in?

If there is no one in the site from the night before, you can come in earlier, otherwise check-in time is 2:00 p.m. Call ahead to check the status of your campsite (805) 649-2233.



Q. What are check-in and check-out times?

Check in time is 2:00 p.m. and check out time is 12:00 noon.



Q. What is the latest check-in time?

Check-in times vary with the seasons, later during the summer, early during the winter. Please call for more specific information (805) 649-2233.



Q. Are there tables, fire rings and BBQs at each campsite?

There are tables and fire rings, some with half grills, at most campsites.



Q. Can I bring my own BBQ?

Yes, provided it is self-contained.



Q. How far in advance can I make a reservation?

180 days in advance. Click here for more reservation information.



Q. Can I make a reservation for Saturday only?

No. On the weekends we have a 2-night minimum (Friday/Saturday) and on major holidays, a 3 or 4-night minimum. You are welcome to come on a first-come, first- served basis but since we are always full on the weekends in summer, we would suggest that you call ahead and check availability.



Q. Do reservations have to be paid for in advance?

Yes. They have to be paid in full when made.



Q. What types of payments are accepted?

Visa, Master Card and Discover credit cards and cash.



Q. What is the mailing address?

11311 Santa Ana Rd, Ventura, CA 93001.



Q. What are the options for making a reservation other than by telephone?

In person during Reservation Office hours (8:00A-5:00P), Monday thru Friday, except on major holidays or online through the Reservation page.



Q. Is there a number to call for information?

(805) 649-2233.



Q. How much is it to come in for the day?

See our price list.



Q. Can we bring a dog to the lake?

Yes, dogs and other pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash no longer than 6' in length and under control at all times. They are not allowed within 50' of the lake or streams or inside the Water Adventure, and may not be left unattended but they are allowed in boats . See our price list.



Q. Do I need a fishing license to fish at the lake?

Yes. The California Department of Fish and Game requires persons 16 and over to have a valid California fishing license when fishing. Fishing licenses are sold at the Marina Bait and Tackle Shop. In addition, adults may supervise children under 16 without purchasing a license, but if an adult assists in any way e.g. baiting the hook, casting the line, etc. the adult must purchase a license. See Fishing Terms & Conditions.



Q. Are float tubes allowed at the lake?

No.



Q. What are the boating requirements for the lake?

See boating restrictions. Boats must be a minimum of 4' wide, a minimum of 11' and a maximum of 35' in length; however, boats between 26' and 35' in length must be inspected by Park Staff and a special permit issued. Canoes, kayaks and some inflatables are allowed. Inflatables must have a solid floor and transom, at least 3 chambers and 1' of freeboard. They are subject to inspection before being allowed on the lake.



Q. Is boating allowed at night?

No. Boating is limited to day use hours which vary depending on the time of year.



Q. I can't bring outside food, what else CAN'T I bring into the Casitas Water Adventure?

The following items are NOT allowed to be brought into the Casitas Water Adventure: radios, cassette recorders, sleeping bags, luggage, bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades, and coolers other than those containing baby food and/or water. Casitas reserves the right to add items to this list at its sole discretion. Wagons used as strollers and coolers containing baby food and/or water ARE allowed.

Due to bees and yellowjackets in the area, no food or drinks will be allowed to be brought inside the Water Adventure.   This policy has reduced reported bee stings by 90% from previous seasons!  Please note that all backpacks, purses, bags and coolers will be inspected at the entrance to the Water Adventure.  A picnic area is provided just outside the Water Adventure fence for your convenience.



Q. What If I Want To Bring My Own Food & Drinks?

Food & drinks are NOT allowed to be brought into the Water Adventure, however, picnic tables are conveniently located just outside the waterpark facility.



Q. How much are Water Adventure tickets?

See our price list.



Q. Can I make Water Adventure ticket reservations?

Yes, reservations are recommended to guarantee entrance. Full capacity is often reached, especially on hot, sunny days. Call (805) 649-1122.  See our price list.



Q. Are group tickets available for the Water Adventure?

Yes, for groups of 35 people or larger. Call (805) 649-1122.   See our price list.



Q. I am just going in to watch my children play at the Water Adventure. Do I have to pay also?

Yes, everyone entering the Casitas Water Adventure must pay the entrance fee.



Q. Do I have to wear a bathing suit?

Yes. All patrons entering the water must wear appropriate swimwear, no street clothes.



Q. I have a baby swim tube, may my daughter swim with it?

No. Floatation devices are not allowed inside the park. A variety of tubes are available to play in and there are lifejackets for small children.



Q. Do you offer discounts?

Some discounts are offered. Water Adventure Price List

 



Q. Can I bring an ice chest or cooler or glass containers into the Water Adventure?

Ice chests and coolers containing baby food and/or water ONLY. Glass of any kind is not allowed.



Q. Can I bring alcohol into the Water Adventure?

No. Casitas Water Adventure is a family park. No smoking or alcoholic beverages are allowed.



Q. Do you offer Birthday Packages?

Shade structures can be reserved inside the Waterpark and group rates are available.  See Price List.  .



Q. Where is the Water Adventure located?

The Water Adventure is inside the park to the right of the entrance.



Q. Are there bears at Lake Casitas?

Lake Casitas Recreation Area

Lake Casitas Recreation Area is surrounded by wilderness areas. Yes, bears have been seen in the Recreation Area although on few occasions. A variety of animals make the Recreation Area and the surrounding wilderness their home. There are deer, coyotes, mountain lions, skunks, raccoons, opossums, many species of birds (bald eagles nest in the trees!), and ground squirrels to name a few.  There are also an abundance of insects so insect repellant is a must.

Please plan your visit to the wilderness carefully, protect your pets and your camp site.  Appropriately store your food and secure your site.



Camping

Q. What campgrounds have a view of the lake?

Many campsites have some views of the lake, but the best and most popular are Campgrounds F, G, and M, depending on lake levels. Click here for more info.



Q. Which campgrounds have playgrounds?

C, G and M. There are also playgrounds near the front entrance, at the Santa Ana Boat Launch picnic area, the Wadleigh Arm Event area and at Picnic #8.



Q. How many people are allowed per campsite?

Six.



Q. How many tents are allowed per site?

There is no limit to the number of tents, but there is a maximum of six people per site.



Q. How many pets are allowed per campsite?

Two.



Q. How many vehicles are allowed per site?

Two vehicles per site. The first vehicle is paid for as part of the camping fee, the second vehicle must be paid for upon arrival. A third vehicle may be parked for a fee at a designated location inside the Recreation Area.



Q. What is the earliest I can check in?

If there is no one in the site from the night before, you can come in earlier, otherwise check-in time is 2:00 p.m. Call ahead to check the status of your campsite (805)-649-2233.



Q. What are check-in and check-out times?

Check in time is 2:00 p.m. and check out time is 12:00 noon.



Q. What is the latest check-in time?

Check-in times vary with the seasons, later during the summer, early during the winter. Please call for more specific information (805)-649-2233.



Q. Are there tables, fire rings and BBQs at each campsite?

There are tables and fire rings, some with half grills, at most campsites.



Q. Can I bring my own BBQ?

Yes, provided it is self-contained.



Q. How far in advance can I make a reservation?

180 days in advance. Click here for more reservation information.



Q. Can I make a reservation for Saturday only?

No. On the weekends we have a 2-night minimum (Friday/Saturday) and on major holidays, a 3-4 night minimum. You are welcome to come on a first-come, first- served basis but since we are always full on the weekends in summer, we would suggest that you call ahead and check availability.



Q. Do reservations have to be paid for in advance?

Yes. They have to be paid in full when made.



Q. What types of payments are accepted?

Visa, Master Card and Discover credit cards and cash.



Q. What is the mailing address?

11311 Santa Ana Rd, Ventura, CA 93001.



Q. What are the options for making a reservation other than by telephone?

In person during Reservation Office hours (8:00A-5:00P), Monday thru Friday, except on major holidays or online from the Reservation page.



Q. Is there a number to call for information?

(805) 649-2233.



Water Adventure

Q. How much are Water Adventure tickets?

See our price list.



Q. What Am I NOT Allowed To Bring Into The Water Adventure?

The following items are NOT allowed to be brought into the Casitas Water Adventure: radios, cassette recorders, sleeping bags, luggage, bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades, and coolers other than those containing baby food and/or water. Casitas reserves the right to add items to this list at its sole discretion. Wagons used as strollers and coolers containing baby food and/or water ARE allowed. Additionally, no food or drinks will be allowed to be brought inside the Waterpark. Please note that all backpacks, purses, bags and coolers will be inspected at the entrance to the Waterpark.



Q. What If I Want To Bring My Own Food & Drinks?

Food & drinks are NOT allowed to be brought into the Water Adventure, however, picnic tables are conveniently located just outside the waterpark facility.



Q. Can I make Water Adventure ticket reservations?

Yes. Call (805)-649-1122. See our price list.



Q. Are group tickets available for the Water Adventure?

Yes, for groups of 35 people or larger. Call (805)649-1122 .  See our price list.



Q. I am just going in to watch my children play. Do I have to pay also?

Yes, everyone entering the park must pay.



Q. Do I have to wear a bathing suit?

Yes. All patrons entering the water must wear appropriate swimwear, no street clothes.



Q. I have a baby swim tube, may my daughter swim with it?

No. Floatation devices are not allowed inside the park. A variety of tubes are available to play in and there are lifejackets for small children.



Q. Do you offer discounts?

Some discounts are offered. Casitas Water Adventure Price List



Q. Can I bring an ice chest, cooler or glass containers into the Water Adventure?

Ice chests and coolers containing baby food and/or water ONLY. Glass of any kind is not allowed.



Q. Can I bring alcohol into the Water Adventure?

No. Casitas Water Adventure is a family park. No smoking or alcoholic beverages are allowed.



Q. Do you offer Birthday Packages?

Yes. Click for more information.



Q. Where is the Water Adventure located?

The Water Adventure is inside the park to the right of the entrance.



Fishing

Q. Do I need a fishing license to fish at the lake?

Yes. The California Department of Fish and Game requires persons 16 and over to have a valid California fishing license when fishing. Fishing licenses are sold at the Marina Bait and Tackle Shop. In addition, adults may supervise children under 16 without purchasing a license, but if an adult assists in any way e.g. baiting the hook, casting the line, etc. the adult must purchase a license. See Fishing Terms & Conditions.



Q. Are float tubes allowed at the lake?

No.



Q. What are the boating requirements for the lake?

See boating restrictions. Boats must be a minimum of 11' and a maximum of 26' in length, and a minimum of 4' wide. Canoes, kayaks and some inflatables are allowed. Inflatables must have a solid floor and transom, at least 3 chambers and 1' of freeboard. They are subject to inspection before being allowed on the lake.



Q. Is boating allowed at night?

No, other than scheduled night tournaments.



Q. Are dogs allowed on boats?

Yes.



CMWD

Q. How do I start my water service account?

A water service account with CMWD may be opened either by:

- telephoning the District’s Customer Service at (805) 649-2251 ext 133

- coming in to the District Office, 1055 N Ventura Ave, during business hours (8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Mon.- Fri.)

 When you call or come in to open an account, that account will be put in your name – you may not establish an account for another person.

A deposit is required of all customers when opening a new account in order to establish credit worthiness. The deposit must be paid within 10 business days of the service start date in order to avoid interruption of service.

New owners are required to provide proof of ownership. A copy of the Grant Deed may be mailed, faxed, or e-mailed. Financial Statements are not accepted as proof of ownership.

Click here for more information.



Q. How do I stop my water service account?

A water service account with CMWD may be closed by phoning (805) 649-2251, or by requesting in person at the District Office. The District requests 72 hours notification when closing your account. There is no fee for closing your account. Any customer who vacates premises being served water by the District and fails to request that service be taken out of their name shall be held responsible for all water used on those premises as well as monthly service charges up until the time the District has actual notice.



Q. When is my meter read?

If the first two digits of your account number start with 11, 28, 41, 51, 61, 71, 81, 98, or 97, your meter is read every month, usually by the 10th.

If the first two digits of your account number start with 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31, or 32, your meter is read every odd month, usually by the 10th.

If the first two digits of your account number start with 10, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, or 96, your meter is read every even month, usually by the 10th.



Q. What number do I call to report a water leak?

Call the District phone number at (805) 649-2251 report a water leak 24 hours a day.



Q. What happens after a water leak is reported to CMWD?

The CMWD representative will dispatch an investigator to the leak location based on the information given by the caller. During the investigation, our representative will attempt to ascertain origin of the leak and if it is on the District’s pipes.



Q. Will my water be turned off when the repair crews work on the water lines?

In some cases, it may be necessary to turn your water off while repairs are being performed. CMWD makes every effort in attempting to notify customers if a shutdown is planned.



Q. What is CMWDs Responsibility regarding repairing leaks at a water meter?

CMWD is responsible for repair of leaks on the District’s side of the meter. Any pipe repairs on the customer side of the meter are the responsibility of the customer.



Q. Will CMWD show me how to repair my leak?

CMWD employees are not permited to advise you on repairs to your plumbing system.



Q. If my neighbor has a leak on his/her property, should I call CMWD to turn off their water?

You should first attempt to contact your neighbor and inform them about their leak. If you are unable to contact your neighbor, please call the District. We will send out a CMWD representative to access the leak.



Q. Payment Options

By Mail – When mailing your payment, please remember to include the payment stub. Payment mailing address:

Casitas Municipal Water District

1055 Ventura Avenue

Oak View, CA 93022

In Person – You may pay your water bill at the District office. We accept cash, check, Visa, or MasterCard. If you would like to make a payment after hours by check, you may drop your payment through the night drop located on the left hand side of our front door.

Casitas Municipal Water District

1055 Ventura Avenue

Oak View, CA 93022

Online – You can make a Visa or MasterCard Payment on-line by visiting our website at www.casitaswater.org and clicking on Pay Your Bill. Follow the prompts to set up your user name and pass code. You will need to know your account number and your last payment amount. There is a $1.25 charge to make your payment on-line. Click here for more information.

Telephone – Visa and MasterCard payments can also be made over the phone at no extra charge by calling the District Office 805-649-2251. Telephone payments can only be made during business hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm.



Q. Temporary Water Service

Metered water service can be temporarily provided from a fire hydrant in the vicinity of your project. Construction projects and other activities that need water service for a limited time period can benefit from this service.

This service requires a Temporary Service Application to be filled out, a $50.00 installation fee and a $100.00 refundable deposit.

There will be an additional installation fee if you require the meter to be moved from the original location.

There is a monthly stand-by fee charged regardless of water consumption. See our Rate Schedule for Water and Stand-by charges.



Water Conservation

Q. How Can I Help Stop the 1 Trillion Gallon Annual National Deficit?

Our annual federal deficit might be $1 trillion dollars but did you know that our annual water leak deficit is 1 trillion gallons. The average American household wastes more than 10,000 gallons each year from easy-to-fix water leaks. Unlike the federal deficit, many of these leaks can be easily fixed by you with little upfront costs. Addressing our water leaks now, much like fixing our federal deficit, will result in big savings well into our future. Visit our Water conservation page for more info.



Q. How do I know if I have a Leak?

Are you using more than 16 units of water (12,000 gallons) in the winter per month? If so, you probably have a leak unless there is some other obvious explanation for the high usage such as large number of people living in the home. Does your toilet run in the middle of the night? Do you have dripping faucets? Try adding food dye to the toilet tank and wait a few minutes to see if the color goes into the bowl; if so, you have a leak. Please flush so as not to stain your toilet bowl. Check your pipes, are they wet? Visit our Water Conservation page for more info.



Q. How Can I Fix a Leak?

Showerhead and faucet connections can be easily tightened or sealed with a wrench or with pipe tape. If you have a leaky toilet, try changing the flapper. Toilet flappers usually start to decay after five years and stop creating a tight seal in your toilet tank. In the yard, you can easily change a faulty sprinkler head by simply screwing it off and replacing it with the same brand tip with the same spray dimensions. A licensed plumber or gardener can always assist you with repairing your leaks when all else fails. Visit our Water Conservation page for more info.



Q. How Can I Save Even More Water?

if you need to replace a plumbing fixture or appliance replace it with a WaterSense labeled model. The WaterSense label can be found on toilets, faucets, and soon to be found on showerheads. These models will use 20% less water and are independently tested and certified to perform as well or better than standard plumbing fixtures. For more information on water saving tips please visit www.epa.gov/watersense.