Midway Heights CWD serves water customers in the
northern Meadow Vista and western Weimar area, delivering both treated and untreated
water via underground lines. The District encompasses about 4.1 square miles
between the Bear River to the west and Interstate 80 to the east (see map.) There are currently about 766 active customer
connections on the system.
MHCWD is a California Special District and, as such, is
governed by an elected Board of Directors. Day to day
operations are handled by the District's maintenance staff under the direction
of the General Manager, who in turn reports to the Board.
Current water level in the irrigation reservoir
is stable. The District's irrigation reservoir is nine (9)
feet deep when full
Note: Irrigation water is also known as "untreated,"
"non-potable," "raw" or "ditch" water.
- Active Customer Connections: about 346
Flat-Rate Connections: 182
Metered-Rate Connections: 164
- Fire Hydrants: 52
- Reservoir Capacity: About 7 Million Gallons
- Total Mainline Pipe: Approx. 20 Miles
- Active Customer Connections: about 420
- Treated Storage Tank Capacity: About 470,000
- Total Mainline Pipe: Approx. 23 Miles
See District Code, Article 6.5:
||General Manager; Chief Operator,
||Field Operations staff member
||Stroub & Company CPA, Roseville
||Bartkeiwicz, Kronick and Shanahan,
||Sauers Engineering, Inc., Nevada City,
|Raw Water Supplier
||Placer County Water Agency (PCWA),
|Treated Water Supplier
||Weimar Water Company, Weimar
Water Measurements &
Glossary of Terms
used by the District. (District Code, Article 1.2)
Policies and Procedures Manual is not available on-line, but may be
viewed on request by contacting the District Office.