Golden State Water Company is hosting public meetings throughout Southern California to provide customers with information regarding Staged Mandatory Water Conservation & Rationing. The public meetings will also address statewide and local water-use regulations and resources available to improve water-use efficiency at your home or business.
Culver City will host a meeting on water rationing on Friday May 29, 2015 at 6 pm in the Rotunda Room at the Vets Auditorium, and all are encouraged to attend.
The Culver City service area under Golden State Water has been tasked by the State to reduce water
Stage 1 of the Mandatory water use reduction is that outdoor irrigation is restricted to two days per week:
Addresses Ending in Even Numbers (0, 2, 4, 6, 8) have watering days of
Sunday and Wednesday.
Addresses Ending in Odd Numbers (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) have watering days of
Tuesday and Saturday.
All outdoor irrigation must occur between the hours of 7pm & 8am
Failure to comply with these restrictions may result in the installation of a flow restrictor device along with associated fees between $150-$300 for installation and removal.
In order to achieve mandatory water-use reductions established by the State Water Resources Control Board, Golden State Water recently filed Advice Letters with the California Public Utilities Commission to activate Staged Mandatory Water Conservation & Rationing (Schedule 14.1).
The Staged Mandatory Water Conservation & Rationing (Schedule 14.1) filings outline restrictions, water allocations, enforcement measures and surcharges designed to achieve reductions due to water supply shortages or to achieve identified water usage goals established by an authorized government agency or official.
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