Forms & Brochures
Thanks to plentiful rain and Paradise’s exemplary efforts at conserving water in 2015, Paradise Irrigation District has enough water in storage that California is not requiring the district to achieve a state mandated conservation goal in 2016.
It’s still important to use water wisely, of course. This includes a common sense approach to watering (avoiding outdoor watering at the peak of the day’s heat), not wasting water on driveways and irrigating efficiently. To use water wisely, PID customers can sign up for AquaHawk and benefit from its leak alerts—even if they’re not frequently online. For information, go to ParadiseSavesWater.com.
Applications will be accepted after May 1, 2016.
We are pleased to offer our Customer Assistance Program (CAP) to those residential customer’s (single family dwelling) who meet the guidelines listed below. This program provides a discount on your Monthly Service Charge for qualified customers. Funding is limited.
The types of backflow protection assemblies recognized by the Department of Health Services (Department) include: Double Check Valve (DC), Reduced Pressure Principle (RP), Double Check Detector (DCDA), and Reduced Pressure Detector (RPDA) Assemblies.
PID Standard drawing for Backflow & Cross Connection control Device Information
For use by customers and their contracted Backflow Device Testers.
Blank form to be completed by AWWA Certified Backflow Tester. Tester List Included.
Application for use by customers who wish for their PID water bill to be automatically paid from their bank account. Requires download and then sign and mail to Paradise Irrigation District. Customers who have a history of Returned or "bounced" checks may not qualify for Direct Debit.
Summary of Service Capacity, processing fees and Installations for New Meter Installation
Brochure of Paradise Lake Recreation Area. Includes Map of Lake, Lake boating and Parking fees and the Rules and Regulations regarding Usage, Boating and Fishing.
On October 11, 2015, the State of California enacted Senate Bill 272 (SB 272) which required local agencies to make publicly available a catalog of application software (“Enterprise System”) that is used enterprise wide.
“Enterprise System,” as defined by Senate Bill 272 (SB272), is referred to as a system that “collects, exchanges, and analyzes information that the agency uses” in multiple departments and/or is an original data source.
For each agency’s Enterprise Systems the following is to be disclosed:
- Current system vendor.
- Current system product.
- A brief statement of the system’s purpose.
- A general description of the categories or types of data.
- The department that serves as the primary custodian.
- How frequently the data is collected.
- How frequently the system data is updated.
Local agencies must disclose Enterprise Systems with the following exceptions:
- Physical access control systems, including employee identification management, video monitoring and other physical control systems.
- Infrastructure and mechanical control systems, including those that control or manage street lights, electrical, natural gas, or water or sewer functions.
- Systems related to 911 dispatch and operation or emergency services.
- Systems that would be restricted from disclosure pursuant to Section 6254.19.
- The specific records that the information system collects, exchanges, or analyzes.
In addition, the bill is not intended to “permit public access to records held by an agency to which access is otherwise restricted by statute or to alter the process for requesting public records.” If the public interest is served by not disclosing or is best served by disclosure of “system name, brief title, or identifier of the system,” then the agency may provide these brief details of the system.
All agencies are to complete this posting by July 1, 2016 and update annually.