Recent News

As your local water utility provider, we strive to keep you continually updated on all matters related to your water service. If you do not find the information you need, please contact our office and we will gladly assist you!

Rate Increase Approved

Weaverville Community Services District
2019 Water Rate Increase

On November 20, 2019 The Weaverville CSD Board of Directors adopted ordnance   #19-11 New Water Rates.  The new rates will be put...

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Employment Opportunities

Weaverville CSD is looking to fill positions in the field and in the office.  Visit the employment page at https://weavervillecsd.com/employment-opportunity for more information. 

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Big changes to your water bill!

In an effort to get information to customers as quickly as possible and streamline our billing process we are kicking it up a notch. Beginning this May 2019;

We will read you meter on the 1st...

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2017 CCR

Every year, Weaverville CSD produces a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) to give our customers a sense of the water that we are producing.  That report is available through our website by clicking...

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Importance of Contact Info

More times than not, our staff responds to a leak at a property to find nobody home.  When the message gets back to the office, staff contacts the customer by the phone number on their account. ...

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Avoid the Freeze

The New Year is upon us and with that comes cold weather.  Take a moment if you haven't already to be certain your irrigation system is off and drained down, exposed pipes are insulated, and your...

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WCSD Passes Irrigation Ordinance

WCSD Board of Directors passed Ordinance 15-02 restricting customers to irrigating turf and ornamental landscape no more than 2 days per week.  The ordinance was passed at the regularly scheduled...

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WCSD Adopts Irrigation Restriction

On April 1, 2015, Governor Brown issued the fourth in a series of Executive Orders on actions necessary to address California's severe drought conditions, which directed the State Water Board to...

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