Please call the office to start, close, report outages, or ask questions about your account, 626-797-1138 or contact our General Manager, William Kimberling, at email: email@example.com.
We are pleased to report that Company shareholders have positively responded to our request to maintain water conservation efforts. For more information on sustainable landscapes, local plant nurseries, and gardening tops at conservation, please visit www.bewaterwise.com.
The following water use practices set forth by the State of California in 2016 are still recommended in 2021 for Las Flores customers:
Payments can be:
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|Tier||Range||Rate per Units Consumed|
|1||1 to 10 HCF||$3.66|
|2||10.1 to 20 HCF||$4.02|
|3||20.1 to 39 HCF||$4.62|
|4||39.1 HCF and greater||$5.78|
|Service Charge||Flat Rate||$28.88|
Under the tiered approach, the first 10 HCF of monthly usage will be charged at the Tier 1 rate. One hundred cubic feet (HCF) is equivalent to 750 gallons. The second 10 HCF of monthly usage will be charged at the Tier 2 rate, and so forth.
Imported water costs continue to rise. However, through cost containment measures,
we have been able to hold our costs steady. We are pleased to announce that there will no rate
increases for 2021. The table above shows the current rates.
The first 10 HCF of monthly usage will be charged at the Tier 1 rate. One hundred cubic feet (HCF) is equivalent to 750 gallons. The second 10 HCF of monthly usage will be charged at the Tier 2 rate, and so forth. If you use 10 HCF or less, you will see an increase of less than $4.80 per month. If you use between 10.1 HCF and 20 HCF, you will see an increase of $4.81 - $8.63 per month. If you use between 20.1 HCF and 39 HCF, you will see an increase of 8.64 -$16.99 per month. Usage over 39 HCF will result in increases of $17.00 or more per month. The new rates go into effect January 1, 2020 and will be reflected on the bill you receive in February for your January usage.
If there are any questions, please feel free to call our General Manager, William Kimberling, at 626-797-1138.
The Company continues to focus efforts on upgrading the aging infrastructure. This year, we completed the construction of a new building at the Sacramento site to replace the old shop building, an 80+ year old structure that was not seismically resilient. We replaced a major section of pipeline on Wapello Street. This project replaced 1,200 linear feet of four inch pipeline with eight-inch cement lined and coated 10-gage steel pipe. In 2021, we currently plan to replace 1,500 linear feet of pipeline along Santa Anita Avenue, Marigold Street, Saint James Place, and Palm Street. Collectively over the last 20 years, the Company has invested more than $3 million in new pipelines and facilities. It is our goal to continue with this program, while being capable of promptly responding to any unplanned incidents that may occur.
For more information regarding news about your water company, please see the updates in January 2020 Update Letter.