COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY DRINKING WATER NOTICE NOT IMPACTING SFID CUSTOMERS
On Monday, July 8th, the San Diego County Water Authority (Authority) posted a news update in regards to a water quality violation resulting from a treatment process failure at the Authority’s Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant (Plant) on April 21-22, 2019. This Plant serves treated water to member agencies in the San Diego region. This water quality violation requires written notification to affected customers from member agencies who distributed treated water from the Plant during this time period. The Santa Fe Irrigation District DID NOT utilize any treated water from the Plant during this period, so there is no need to notify our customers of this water quality violation. Santa Fe Irrigation District operates our own treatment plant (R.E. Badger Filtration Plant), which provided all treated water distributed to our customers during this time period. Though not impacting our customers, further information about this water quality violation and notification to impacted water agencies can be found HERE. (link: http://www.sdcwa.org/water-quality)
Santa Fe Irrigation District is committed to continually providing safe and reliable water service to our customers.