The District is installing new meters throughout the community.
The meters will allow us to implement a drive-by system for more efficiency and accuracy.
Help your community! Report leaks by calling 209-852-2331.
2013 WATER QUALITY REPORT
Water conservation is the most cost-effective and environmentally sound
way to reduce our demand for water. Using less water also puts less pressure on our sewage
treatment facilities, and uses less energy for water heating.
THE WATER AND ENERGY CONNECTION
Saving water also saves energy. 6.5% of the energy used in the state of
California is for pumping and treating water--in fact, pumping water
south (and uphill) in the State Water Project accounts for 2-3% of all
the electricity used in the state. And for your personal energy bill,
using less hot water saves on water heating. On the flip side, saving
energy and using alternative energy saves water--electricity production
from fossil fuels and nuclear energy is responsible for 39% of all
freshwater withdrawals in the nation.
WHAT CAN I DO?
There are many effective ways to conserve water in and around your home.
Look through this list for ways that will work for you.
Click here to see ways you can help:
Mandatory Water Conservation Measures
Due to the ongoing drought emergency and severe lack of water supply in Lake McClure, the district has adopted mandatory water conservation measures and water use restrictions effective December 3, 2014. The District's goal is to help you reduce your water consumption to preserve as much water in the lake as possible, in the event that this drought continues or worsens as predicted. The restrictions adopted by the Board and more helpful water conservation information can be found on our Water Conservation Page
December 15th, 2014 Board of Directors Meeting Materials
December 15th, 2014 senda
December 15th, 2014 Meeting Complete Board Packet
About the District:
The Lake Don Pedro Community Services District is a special district that provides water to a population of approximately 3,200 people. The CSD has been in operation since 1980, when the water district was entrusted to the community. A
is appointed by, and reports to
the Board of Directors
The community encompasses portions of La Grange and Coulterville, which overlaps Mariposa and Tuolumne County. Water is pumped from Lake McClure and blended with ground water before treating it and pumping it into our distribution system with over 1,400 service connections. The District is minutes away from two of California’s most beautiful lakes – Lake Don Pedro and Lake McClure. Fishing, boating, and water skiing are just a few of the fun things you can do in the area. In addition, Yosemite is just a 45 minute drive away.
The District is governed by a five member Board of Directors
, who are elected at large from within the District, to serve four year terms. The Board holds regular monthly meetings on the 3rd Monday at 1:00 PM at the District office, 9751 Merced Falls Road, La Grange. All meetings are open to the public and all customers are encouraged to attend meetings to voice their concerns and input. All Board meeting agendas and supporting documents are posted on the
Office (209) 852-2331 ext. 1
Cell (209) 591-7100
(updates and details from the General Manager)