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Mandatory Conservation (08/10/2020)

River flows have fallen below the required minimum, putting the Mandatory Water Conservation Program back in effect. Read all about it here.

Customers are reminded that restrictions on water use are in place, including irrigation methods and timing. For details, please refer to the above Mandatory Conservation page and to the customer handout from your November 2014 bill, which can be found here.

Please call the office if you have any questions. As always, thank you for conserving water!

Voluntary Conservation (6/2/2020)

Our water company’s Mandatory Conservation Program river bypass level changed yesterday, June 1. From now through November 14, river flows greater than 4.25 cubic feet per second put us into Voluntary Water Conservation mode.

Customers will be notified of the change by automated phone call.

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Keep up the good work with your conservation efforts!

Continued Office Closure Due to Power Outage

The North Gualala Water Company office will be closed yet again on Thursday, October 31, 2019 as our staff continues to work behind-the-scenes to restore the system following the extended power shutoff.

Regular and late payments will be processed when the office reopens. Customers are welcome to pay their bills online as well.

Your patience is appreciated!

Questions? Call David at 925-337-5258.

Voluntary Conservation Measures (02/11/2019)

The North Fork of the Gualala River has increased consistently due to a series of storms that have hit our area over the last few weeks. River flows are now above the bypass requirement of 41 cubic feet per second (see here), which means that the district is back under Voluntary Water Conservation measures.

Customers were notified of the change by automated phone calls today.

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The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook and other weather outlets are showing predictions for several more inches of rain this week.

Batten down the hatches everyone! And keep up the good work with your conservation efforts!

Voluntary Conservation (03/01/2018)

Our water company’s Mandatory Conservation Program river bypass level changed yesterday, March 1. From now through May 31, river flows greater than 21 cubic feet per second put us into Voluntary Water Conservation.

Customers were notified of the change by automated phone calls yesterday.

NGWCo_Voluntary Conservation

Keep up the good work with your conservation efforts!