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Easily find what you need on new PID "transparency" page

 

PID is committed to being open, accountable and communicating with the public - and customers can see the evidence of that on the district's new government "Transparency" page: PIDWater.com/open

 

 

While the district has shared much of the information on this page in the past, it is now easier to find. The new page brings all the information to one, easy-to-reach place.

 

The page includes meeting info (agendas, supporting documents, minutes), district policies, financial audits, compensation and benefits, Freedom of Information Act requests - and more. 

 

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Meetings & Events

Read all the documents related to the Process Water Recycle Project

State guidelines gave PID directors two choices recently: Change the way the district treats its waste washwater (process water) to meet NPDES discharge requirements, or treat the process water to remove solids and recycle this water back to the treatment plant. Directors adopted the second option. After a thorough evaluation of potential alternatives the Board approved the most feasible alternative that is fully described in the Preliminary Design Report, which will terminate the NPDES permit and eliminate the costly and non-compliant discharge to Magalia Reservoir, and treat the process water for potable reuse.

 

Either choice allows the District to continue treating water with the same stable, optimized and successful plant which produces good quality drinking water that its customers appreciate.

 

Recycling this water back to the Treatment Plant will add between 600-800 acre feet of water annually to PID’s water system—meaning that much less needs to be drawn out of Paradise Lake that will conserve our precious water supply that is subject to reoccurring drought conditions.

 

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Annual Consumer Confidence Report

 

Customer Assistance Program

 

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Updated Urban Water Management Plan

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The purpose of the Urban Water Management Plan is to inform the public and state agencies of the Paradise Irrigation District's water supply availability, exposure to droughts, conservation efforts, and plans for future supply. Urban Water Management Plans are prepared by California's urban water suppliers to support their long-term resource planning and ensure adequate water supplies are available to meet existing and future water demands.

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AquaHawk Alerting - Monitor Your Water Use

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