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The Landscape Transformation Program is currently open and accepting applications. Please visit socalwatersmart.com or call 888-376-3314 for more information.
Sewer system customers are responsible for their sewer line from their property line to the house, which includes the sewer "clean out" and "back-water valve." The back-water valve is installed to prevent any back up sewage in the district system from entering the customer's property. The back-water valve should be inspected and maintained periodically by a local plumbing service to ensure it is functioning properly. Review the Water Vs Sewer Systems Diagram here.
*CVWD field service representatives are not landscape professionals. CVWD water consultations are comprised of recommendations only. It is advised that you consult a landscape professional before making major changes to your landscape.
• Applications are pre-screened for basic qualifications• Pre-screened applications are forwarded to the hiring manager for review• Selected candidates are invited to interview and applicants not selected will be notified• Selected candidates are invited to return for a second interview• Final candidate is offered the position, completes pre-employment screening, and meets with the General Manager
Some positions may require applicants to pass a written exam. A performance test may be required for a position requiring certain skills, such as typing or the operation of heavy equipment. Decisions about the selection process are made by the hiring manager and the Human Resources Manager when the position opens. The job flyer will contain details if there are specific requirements to that recruitment’s selection process.
Each year in the Spring, CVWD publishes a Water Quality Report reflecting the water quality details from the prior you. You can view the Water Quality Report here, or request a hard copy be mailed to you by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. This report is also known as a Consumer Confidence Report.
The water quality report explains the quality of CVWD water, CVWD's water sources, any detections of drinking water contaminants, and what is being done to correct the situation.
We are pleased to report that CVWD has an unblemished record in supplying our customers with clean, safe drinking water. We meet all standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, State Water Resources Control Board, and California Department of Public Health (DPH).
Refer to our water quality report for more information.
CVWD must notify you by newspaper, mail, radio, TV, or hand-delivery if your water does not meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, State Water Resources Control Board, or California Department of Public Health standards, or if there is a waterborne disease emergency. The notice will describe any precautions you need to take, such as using store bought water or boiling your water. If a public notice is published and distributed regarding your drinking water, please carefully read it and follow the instructions.
Most people get their water from a public water system that must meet health-based drinking water standards. By law, CVWD must inform you if contamination is detected in your drinking water. CVWD must abide by strict drinking water quality requirements before delivering water to customers.
No, CVWD does not add fluoride to the drinking water supply. Fluoride occurs naturally in some CVWD water supplies at an average detection level of 0.33 part per million per our most recent Water Quality Report (2016). This and other information can be found in our water quality report. The water quality report information is comprised of sampling results from raw water sources such as purchased water, canyon water, and well water.
CVWD does not endorse or recommend specific home water treatment units. If, however, you are considering buying a home treatment device because of health concerns (e.g. you have a severely compromised immune system), make sure that the device is certified by the State Water Resources Control Board.
For additional help in picking a unit, visit NSF International, an independent non-profit organization.
The District’s water samples are analyzed by laboratories accredited by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the State Water Resources Control Board. A list of laboratories accredited by the state can be found on the state’s website at Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ELAP) laboratories. For more information, please contact the district’s Water Quality Division at 909-987-2591.