Hinkle Reservoir Project
The Citrus Heights Water District (CHWD) serves its customers both surface water purchased from the San Juan Water District (SJWD) and groundwater from CHWD-owned facilities. In November, SJWD started a major maintenance project on its 62-million-gallon Hinkle Reservoir located near Folsom Dam. During the project (from November 2022 to April 2023), CHWD customers are requested to continue their efficient use of water and limit their outdoor water use in order to reduce surface water demands. If you have questions about the Hinkle Reservoir Project, contact Citrus Heights Water District by calling (916) 725-6873 or by emailing email@example.com.
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Behind the Tap
Water efficiency matters for CHWD’s community. CHWD offers tips, WaterSmart classes and rebate programs to help you improve your efficiency – saving water and saving you money. If you missed our previous WaterSmart classes, visit our online library here.
To assist customers in conserving water and protecting property, CHWD provides rebates for the purchase and installation of pressure reducing valves and ultra-low flush (ULF) toilets. CHWD also offers a $50-$75 rebate, subject to available funding, for the purchase of a high-efficiency clothes washer.
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Customer Advisory Committee
The Customer Advisory Committee (CAC) ensures community input is considered in plans to reinvest in CHWD’s water system’s infrastructure. Join the CAC to help shape the future of water in the community.
Board of Directors
CHWD is guided by a dedicated Board of Directors. Regular Board Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at the District office and via Zoom.
Providing the Community with Quality Water Services for 100 Years
Citrus Heights Water District (CHWD) has served the community since 1920. It is a water purveyor to about 67,000 people in portions of Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks, Orangevale, Carmichael and Roseville. The CHWD service area consists of 12.8 square-miles of service line with about 19,590 service connections. CHWD is guided by a dedicated Board of Directors.