Well, you can’t say that you never catch a break during this coronavirus pandemic. The Mammoth Community Water District reduced water and wastewater base rates by 25% for all customers for three months in response to economic hardships created by the COVID-19 Pandemic for the months of May, June, and July bills.
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MCWD press release Mammoth Lakes, California – Mammoth Community Water District’s (MCWD) laboratory participated in a Mentor Initiative to become an early adopter of The NELAC Institute (TNI) 2016 laboratory standards that ensure data of known and documented quality. The Mentor Initiative was conceptualized by the State’s environmental laboratory accreditation program, and executed by mentor laboratories. It is anticipated […]
MCWD release The Mammoth Community Water District’s Consumer Confidence Report on water quality during 2018 is now available at the District’s reception and permit desks and at the Mammoth Lakes Public Library. The report can also be viewed or downloaded from the District’s website, http://www.mcwd.dst.ca.us/assets/ccr2018.pdf. Water delivered by the MCWD in 2018 met all state and […]
News release Mammoth Lakes, California – The Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ELAP) oversees the accreditation of environmental testing laboratories, including drinking water and wastewater laboratories in the state of California. ELAP will be changing requirements over the next several years to ensure statewide consistent water quality testing and reporting. The new requirements, which will be presented to the […]
News release During the summer of 2014, the Mammoth Community Water District (District) upgraded to new meters that wirelessly transmit data using remote collectors. This advanced technology allows the District to see hourly usage of all water meters on the distribution system. Utilizing software developed by WaterSmart, a data analytics company, the District is able […]
Press release Mammoth Lakes, California – December 27, 2018 – The Mammoth Community Water District made a $289,000 investment last year to install a new trash removal system at the wastewater treatment plant. Trash in the wastewater collection system clogs pumps and pipelines and decreases the life expectancy of treatment plant machinery. The new Huber […]
Press release from GBUAPCD and MCWD Mammoth Lakes, CA – Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District (Great Basin) and Mammoth Community Water District (MCWD), having reached a full and complete settlement, Thursday filed a joint stipulation to dismiss pending litigation. The two public agencies, Great Basin and MCWD, believe that withdrawing the lawsuit will […]
Press release Mammoth Community Water District Joins Fourth Annual Imagine a Day Without Water Campaign to Raise Awareness About the Value of Water Mammoth Community Water District (MCWD) joined elected officials, water utilities, community leaders, educators, and businesses participating in the fourth annual Imaginea Day Without Water, a nationwide day of education and advocacy about the […]
News release Sewer Rehabilitation Project in Mammoth Lakes Starting in Mid-September Annual Sewer Maintenance Program Prolongs Utility of Pipes The Mammoth Community Water District maintains about 78 miles of sewer line to serve its customers. This month, about 1.25 miles of sewer pipe will be upgraded to improve its structural integrity. This annual maintenance work will […]
Press release Last month, The Mammoth Community Water District (MCWD) offered a free class to the public discussing plants that thrive in the Mammoth region. MCWD provided the class as an educational tool for customers to improve their landscape by selecting plants that do well in Mammoth’s harsh growing climate and don’t use much water. Dustin Blakey, the […]
Press release The Mammoth Community Water District (MCWD) offered a tour of their facilities to Mammoth Middle School 6thgrade students and the public last month. MCWD provided the tour as a way for customers to get a better understanding of what the District does to provide water and wastewater services to the Mammoth Lakes community. […]
MCWD news release Mammoth Community Water District Consumer Confidence Report on Water Quality in 2017 is Now Available The Mammoth Community Water District’s Consumer Confidence Report on water quality during 2017 is now available at the District’s reception and permit desks and at the Mammoth Lakes Public Library. The report can also be viewed or downloaded from the District’s website, http://www.mcwd.dst.ca.us/assets/ccr2017.pdf. Water delivered by the MCWD in 2017 met all state and federal water quality standards. The report includes detailed information regarding the community’s water supplies such as where your water comes from, what constituents were detected in 2017, and how it compares to state and federal standards. For questions about the Consumer Confidence Report, please contact the District during normal business hours at (760) 934‐2596.