CWD Urges Community to Save Energy
Carmichael Water District (CWD) is urging the community to do their part to save energy during this extreme heat. CWD is doing their part by taking measures such as adjusting temperature settings in offices and ensuring that unnecessary lights and energy using equipment are not in use.
Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller Rebate
Carmichael Water District is partnering with the Regional Water Authority to offer a rebate on the Rachio 3 Smart Sprinkler controller, which uses continuously updated weather data to adjust how long your sprinklers run. You can also manage the controller from your smart phone with the Rachio app.
2020 Groundwater Transfer
In partnership with Fair Oaks Water District (FOWD), and other regional agencies, Carmichael Water District (District) will be participating in a groundwater substitution transfer from May 2020 through November 2020.
During this timeframe, the District will be using its own groundwater sources as well as receiving additional groundwater from FOWD, which will allow a portion of the District’s surface water supplies to be sold downstream.
CWD Virtual Board Meetings
The District is modifying its operations in accordance with Federal, State and local health advisories to ensure both the safety of staff and the public as we face the evolving situation involving the COVID-19 virus.
Until further notice, Carmichael Water District will be holding virtual Board meetings.
Carmichael Water District‘s top priority is to ensure the safety of its employees and customers as we face the evolving situation involving the COVID-19 virus. Customers should be assured that our water supplies are not affected by the COVID-19 virus.
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