The Fair Oaks Water District believes that many of the intended outcomes of the proposed merger can be accomplished through reasonable agreements and collaborative operations between multiple local Agencies.
CONSERVATION STAGE 4-Long Term WATER CRISIS - Irrigating is limited to a maximum of three days per week using an ODD-EVEN schedule. Addresses ending in ODD numbers - Tues, Thurs, Sat; Addresses ending in EVEN numbers - Wed, Fri, Sun. NO WATERING ON MONDAYS
The current drought requires everyone in the State to conserve water, including every Fair Oaks Water District customer. The sweeping uniform conservation measures currently proposed by the State are not fair and reasonable to Fair Oaks Water District ratepayers however; therefore the District has been fighting back on your behalf.
Fair Oaks Water District meters are read every two months. You can monitor your water use more closely by reading your own water meter at any time. The process is as simple as locating your water meter and writing down a reading off of the meter register.
Since its foundation in 1917, the District has grown from delivering untreated surface water in large, horse-drawn tank wagons to supplying high quality water through 180 miles of pipeline. Along the way, the District’s history has been tightly woven with the community’s history.