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BOIL WATER NOTICE (10/14/2019) for parts of Ojai. The affected area includes the upper neighborhood portions north of Grand Avenue between North Montgomery Avenue and Mercer Avenue. Click link for a map of the impacted area, list of addresses that are impacted, and a fact sheet about "What To Do During a Boil Water Advisory."  https://www.casitaswater.org/Home/Components/News/News/74/17

 

PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION.  Construction will begin in August for two pipeline projects in Ojai – N. Ventura Street between Ojai Avenue and Summer Street, and Sunset Place between Mountain View Avenue and Grandview Avenue. Pipelines, fire hydrants, valves, and service lines will be replaced. We will keep affected residents notified in advance of any system shutdowns. We appreciate your patience as we upgrade the water system in this area. Please contact us at 805.649.2251 if you have any questions.

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The Casitas Dam was completed in 1958 to create the Lake Casitas Reservoir. Lake Casitas has a 238,000 acre-foot capacity when full. The lake first reached a full capacity and spilled in 1978. The last time water spilled over the Casitas Dam was in 1998.

Lake Casitas volume and level

For the most current information regarding Lake Casitas' level and volume, please check the Ventura County Watershed Protection District's site:  https://www.vcwatershed.net/fws/reservoir.html

Lake Casitas Above Sea Level Measurement: https://vcwatershed.net/fws/VCAHPS/php/ahps_d3.htm?gage=691

 

NOTE: The home page lake level indicator will be updated once a day.