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The Pinedale County Water District Board of Directors and Staff are pleased to bring you this new website where you will find news and information about The District. We hope you find this website informative and helpful.


EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1, 2017- MARCH 31, 2018 --Outdoor watering will be limited to 1 day per week.  Even-numbered addresses (ending in 0,2,4,6,8) water on SUNDAY ONLY.  Odd-numbered addresses (ending in 1,3,5,7,9)  water on SATURDAY ONLY.  Watering may only be done between the hours of 12:00 a.m.-6 a.m. & 7 p.m.-midnight on the allowed watering day.  NO WATERING will be allowed Monday thru Friday. NO outdoor watering will be allowed within 48 hours after any measurable rainfall. Outdoor watering will be limited to 5 minutes per station.


POOL DRAINING requires a Pool Draining Permit which can be obtained by contacting our office. Violators will be assessed a $150 penalty for draining a pool without a permit.


PCWD will issue citations & assess fines for violations, as follows:  1st offense-warning; 2nd offense-$40 fine; 3rd offense-$100 fine; 4th offense-$200 fine; 5th offense (and every offense thereafter)-$500 fine. Contact the PCWD office at (559) 439-2362 for questions, or to report a possible violation.


Click here for --> 2016 Consumer Confidence Report

Attention California Water Users: State Mandated Water Regulations <== Click Link for updated information.

See the adopted resolution--> https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/board_decisions/adopted_orders/resolutions/2017/rs2017_0024.pdf

Would you like information on saving water? click here --> http://saveourwater.com/

Please see new watering schedule and chart below.


Water is one of the San Joaquin Valley's most precious resources and should not be taken for granted. In addition to following the watering schedule, here are a few simple ways to help conserve water:

--Install low-flow shower heads & toilets in your home when possible

--Repair leaks immediately.  Faucets or toilets that drip or run constantly are a HUGE waste

of water.

--Adjust the float in your toilet so that the water level in the tank is a little lower.

--Turn off the faucet when brushing your teeth or doing dishes.  Allowing the water to run

Constantly while performing these tasks can waste gallons of water each day.

Please contact our office if you observe a leak in the street or need to report excessive water use and our staff will be happy to assist you.


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