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Residences are reminded about the requirement to close their shut-off valve at the street if they will be absent for more than 3 days. Please ensure your valve is serviceable. DO NOT turn the District curb stop valve which requires a special key. Residents are liable for any damage caused to curb stop from use, including use by hired plumbers.
CHLORINE IN DRINKING WATER — A key element of the District’s Multi-Barrier Approach to Ensuring Safe Drinking Water is the use of sodium hypochlorite (chlorine) as a disinfectant. Residents concerned about chlorine and chlorine by-products in their water should consider use NSF certified activated carbon filtration.
SODIUM LEVELS — Sodium is a naturally occurring element in our well water. The levels of sodium exiting the treatment plants are within established limits, but can exceed the alert level for people on sodium restricted diets. It is recommended that such people use an alternative source for drinking water.
MANGANESE – Manganese is a naturally occurring mineral in our groundwater. Treatment removes most of the manganese, but at times it can exceed new water quality guidelines and can persist in water mains. Residents experiencing brown water should run taps until water runs clear. it is recommended that formula for infants be made from alternate source of water.