Public Notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON DECEMBER 1, 2021

The Padre Dam Board of Directors will conduct a public hearing at their meeting scheduled at 3:30 on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 to receive public comments and consider changes to fees for services and products provided by Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve, pursuant to the District’s Rules and Regulations.  

 Proposed Amendments to Santee Lakes Rules and Regulations

 The meeting will be held at the District’s Customer Service Center, 9300 Fanita Parkway in Santee and electronically pursuant to Brown Act provisions as a result of the COVID-19 State of Emergency. Letters of support or protest may be sent to the Board Secretary, Padre Dam Municipal Water District, PO Box 719003, Santee, CA 92072-9003 or emailed to apederson@padre.org. All letters must be received by 2:00 pm on December 1, 2021.  

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LEVEL 1 DROUGHT DECLARATION

On October 19, 2021 California Governor Gavin Newsom extended a drought emergency across all counties in California and directed water suppliers to execute their Water Shortage Contingency Plans.   At their meeting on November 3, 2021, Padre Dam’s Board of Directors declared a Level 1 Drought Preparation Condition for Padre Dam’s service area.  Level 1 calls for voluntary water conservation by 10 percent and include Padre Dam’s Rules and Regulations Section 5.1.6, Mandatory Water Use Efficiency Efforts in Effect at all Times


NOTICES OF EXEMPTION

Notice of Exemption for Padre Dam's Pipeline Condition Assessment JN 218034

The work consists of performing an investigation of an existing 24-inch cement mortar lined and coated steel potable water pipeline.  The work entails excavating a trench approximately 6-feet wide by 10-feet long by 8-feet deep.  Tools will be utilized to assess mortar condition and pipe wall thickness.  If the pipe is determined to be in poor condition, a new section of pipe of approximately 10-feet in length will replace the deteriorated section of pipe.