Operating under a Water Shortage Emergency, the Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) Board of Directors approved Stage 2 Water Shortage rates at its October 5 meeting.
Calendar year 2021 is a critically dry year—the second in a row. Water levels in reservoirs across the state are below their historical averages. Based on current conditions and water supply scenarios for 2022, on September 1, 2021, the Zone 7 Board of Directors declared a Stage 2 Water Shortage Emergency asking for mandatory
Zone 7 is making it easier than ever before for customers to convert their lawns to more water efficient alternatives. Zone 7 and their water retailers are now offering increased rebate amounts for Water Efficient Lawn Conversion to single-family properties up to 50 percent of the costs with a maximum rebate of $2,000. The maximum rebate for a non-residential property or multi-family property is up to 50 percent of the costs, with a $6,000 maximum rebate. Since Zone 7 declared a drought emergency and
The Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) will adjust its voting area boundaries in response to the 2020 Decennial Census results. DSRSD transitioned from an “at-large” to a “by-division” voting system in 2019. Five unique voting divisions (Divisions 1,2,3,4 and 5) were established within the District’s service area. Voters residing in each individual division select one representative to serve on the Board, and that representative must live in the division from which they are elected.
The Board will
June 21st, sister agency Central Contra Costa Sanitary District diverted one million gallons of sewage to the Jeffrey G. Hansen Water Recycling Plant. Yes, it was planned. Yes, we want their sewage. It enables us to make more irrigation water for parks, school grounds, and golf courses in the San Ramon Valley: Central San, East Bay Municipal Utility District, and DSRSD. The previous five days, our water recycling plant used every drop of sewage to make irrigation water. Sewage from Central