Annual Water Quality Report
Your water: Clean. Fresh. Pure.
That's the focus of the just-released PID Annual Consumer Confidence Report. The six-page report is available online at pidccr.com as well as in a printed version at the district office, 6332 Clark Road.
Included in the report is information about where PID's water originates, how it's treated and the district's water delivery system. Also included are sampling results listing a variety of substances. The good news? In addition to tasting great, the sampling found no violations in any area. Drink up!
Customer Assistance Program
May 2—that’s the day Paradise Irrigation District will begin accepting applications for its Customer Assistance Program for low-income households. Each qualifying household will receive a $10 subsidy on their monthly PID bill. This amounts to a 32.5% savings off the current service charge.
But hurry! Funds for the program are limited; only 1,583 households will be accepted. Qualification is based upon households enrolled in PG&E’s CARE/FERA programs; priority will be given to households qualifying for the CARE program.
Completed applications (which must include required qualification paperwork) will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis beginning at 9 am on May 2, 2016. FERA customers may turn in their application beginning May 2 but will not be considered for approval until June 1, providing funding remains available at that time.
Applications are available now at the PID Office, 6332 Clark Road. Call 530/877-4971 for details.
Save Water in Your Vegetable Garden
Imagine growing luscious tomatoes and other vegetables in your garden this summer—without having to use lots and lots of water. That’s just what Paradise (California) resident Charles Brooks does and in this quick video he’ll share his tips with you.
For more ways to save water, see ParadiseSavesWater.com