In This Issue Quartz Reservoir Reserve Pool Project Snapshot of History-Columbia Ditch System Annual Water Quality Report Native Plant: Dudleya Cymosa Gardening Tips-Watering General Manager’s Corner-The Budget Process On Tap – Click Here to read the July-August issue.
In This Issue Snapshot of History-Strawberry Lake Educating Youth About Water Staff Spotlight – The Shop Crew Native Plant: Clarkia Gardening Tips-Summer Vegetables General Manager’s Corner-New Melones On Tap – Click Here to read the May-June issue.
In This Issue About TUD’s Reclamation System The Home and Garden Show in April Staff Spotlight – Abby Parcon Planting Preparation and Gardening Tips General Manager’s Corner On Tap – Click Here to read the March-April issue.
Diverse water interests join together to support water quality and watershed projects 5 years of collaboration lead to collective agreement Sonora, CA—After 5 years of monthly meetings efforts to build collaborative agreement by a diverse gathering of local governments and agencies, non-government organizations, and the US Forest Service, all signed off today on a package […]
Tuolumne Utilities District (TUD) will be holding Special Board meeting workshops in the coming months to provide the Board and public a better understanding of different departments within the District. Each meeting will begin at the TUD Board room, with tours provided at the Sonora Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (1/17) and at other water treatment […]
Tuolumne Utilities District (TUD) customers along the Phoenix Lake watershed will be receiving an informational brochure this week on ways they can help protect Phoenix Lake as part of The Phoenix Lake Preservation and Restoration Plan. Phoenix Lake is the primary drinking water source for Sonora, Jamestown, Scenic View, Mono Village and East Sonora. The […]
Last month, the Tuolumne Utilities District (TUD) Board voted to change the Board meeting times from evenings to daytime. The Board members (Jim Grinnell, Kent Johnson, John Maciel, Delbert Rotelli and Michael Sarno) are eagerly looking for more input from TUD customers, business leaders and community supporters and are hopeful that the new time change […]
To ensure water quality, Tuolumne Utilities District (TUD) will begin its annual flushing of the water distribution systems next week. This flushing of water lines occurs every year and will run through March 2013, weather permitting. The reason for the flushing is to clear out any sediment or minerals that may accumulate in pipes on […]
In This Issue Emergency Repairs Phoenix Lake Project Staff Spotlight – Leonard Mauro Planting Preparation and Gardening Tips General Manager’s Corner On Tap – Click here to read the January-February issue.