Voluntary Water Conservation in Effect

NGWCo_Voluntary Conservation

The North Fork of the Gualala River has swelled over the last couple of days due to the recent rain storms. 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 will be notified of the change by automated phone call on Monday, November 24, 2014.

This past week during the rain, company President David Bower took the opportunity to “wash” his truck by wiping it down while it was wet. It was a clever (and acceptable) way of washing his truck during Mandatory Water Conservation!Using rain to wash the truckThanks for your conservation efforts, everyone!