Business Office Closed on Thanksgiving Day
Winterize Your Home Now
With the cold nights rolling in, winter is just right around the corner. We recommend anyone who does not live in their residence “full time”, and those that leave for extended periods of time for vacations, etc. should winterize as a precaution by turning off their water. It only takes a few minutes and if a leak/break occurs, the only amount of water that can potentially leak out will be what is actually in the lines at the time.
Turning Your Water Off
Even though you (or a service provider) properly shut down and drained your cabin, it is virtually impossible to evacuate all of the water from the system. There will always be an amount of water still in the pipes. When we experience freezing conditions, the remaining water in the system can still freeze and result in broken pipes. If you or someone else has not been to your cabin recently, please take caution.
Remember: Do not turn on the water and leave the cabin without looking and listening for breaks!VIEW TIPS ON WINTERIZING YOUR HOME
Water Production Goal
Our goal is to create a redundant system and to do that we have set a water production goal of 316 gallons per minute (gpm).
Water Production Goal
Per the Water Master Plan the Board had decided to set the goal for 316gpm. However, the progress % does not truly reflect wells that are currently online. We are still developing these new well sites and expect the new water systems added to our current pipeline by mid 2015. The goal may also be adjusted accordingly as we continue our search for water.
For more information regarding well exploration and detailed reports please review our past meeting minutes and published reports. If you haven’t already done so, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter ‘The Bubbler‘.
Dedication, Quality and Customer Service describes our approach to Customer Care. As a mutual water company, we are dedicated to providing excellent customer service.
We understand the importance of having a trusted partner who’s always looking out for you. That’s why we dedicated each and every day to providing the best service possible to you, our shareholder.
We are able to respond to customer requests in a timely manner. You can reach us by e-mail, phone, or fax. Anything we can do to make your day a little easier.
Whether it’s a simple inquiry or a water emergency, we are there for you. We have five full-time employees who are available during business hours. If you have an emergency, please call emergency hotline at 209-795-7030.
Water is Our Focus
Whether its drinking water, recycled water, or wastewater, its H20, and Blue Lake Springs Mutual Water Company manages this vital resource for the public in an effective and comprehensive way.
Our Board of Directors is elected by shareholders and charged with the responsibilities of establishing policies and rates, the construction and maintenance of facilities, and any other decision necessary to provide water services to our shareholders.
Who We Are
Blue Lake Springs Mutual Water Company is a local agency, formed by popular vote and owned by the people it serves. As a mutual company, BLSMWC is different from similar agencies because it operates independently of county government, answering only to the State of California and the People it serves.
Our Board of Directors is elected by voters of the Blue Lake Springs development and charged with the responsibilities of establishing policies and rates, the construction and maintenance of facilities, and any other decision necessary to provide water and sanitation services to our shareholders. Daily operations are administered by a General Manager who is appointed by the Board of Directors.
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