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Sod & Seed Deadline Extended

The deadline to plant sod and seed has been extended through this Friday, June 16. Customers who plant sod or grass seed this week will be allowed to water daily through June 30th to allow the planting to root, but will then need to observe the District's three-day-per-week watering schedule beginning July 1. Please note that "seed" refers to seeding lawns. Seeds for gardens may be planted throughout the summer, and customers should follow the residential watering schedule.

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June 13, 2017 3:42 pm

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March 30, 2017 9:54 am

ECCV is excited to begin offering new metering technology that makes it easy for you to track your home’s water use. Beacon transmitters, which use cellular networks to communicate meter readings to the District, are now being offered to ECCV customers. This technology also allows you to review your daily, even hourly, water consumption with the EyeOnWater app.

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EyeOnWater App

Information about your water usage is at your fingertips. The EyeOnWater app allows you to track monthly, weekly, daily, and hourly water usage. Knowing when your home is using the most water can help you find ways to conserve. The app also allows you to set custom leak alerts to help you avoid costly water waste. You can access the app on computers and mobile devices.

Cost: Each Beacon transmitter costs about $50. However, ECCV will share this cost with interested customers, meaning you only pay a one-time, $25 fee. ECCV will install the Beacon device at no cost to you, and the EyeOnWater app is free to download and use on computers and mobile devices.

March 22, 2017 8:04 am
ECCV conducts a system-wide flush of its water lines each spring. This process usually takes a little more than a month and involves opening hydrants throughout the District. This effort helps remove naturally occurring sediment from water lines to prepare for summer, when demand increases. This process also ensures hydrants throughout the District are in good working order which is important for public safety.
 
The schedule below indicates when ECCV crews plan to conduct flushing operations in each neighborhood, weather permitting. Neighborhoods will also be notified ahead of flushing operations on NextDoor. Please be cautious of doing laundry during flushing. Please be aware that the flush can create temporary water discoloration. If this happens, run a faucet on cold until the water clears.