|Russian River County Water District
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This public district was organized in 1983 with the primary purpose to acquire the private Russian River Terrace and Rio Dell Water Companies. District directors issued assessment bonds and acquired grants to construct a new water delivery system consisting of two wells located near Steelhead Beach, four steel tanks and a distribution system including meters and fire hydrants.
The service area extends three miles along the Russian River from Marianna Road on the east to Summer Home Park on the west.
The system expanded in 1994 to include the Summer Home Park area. The local property owners approved a benefit assessment district to finance a new storage tank and distribution system with service meters and fire hydrants.
In 1998/99 the Hacienda area approved a similar benefit assessment district to renovate their water service system, again including a new storage tank, service meters and fire hydrants. In 2007, the District annexed two mutual water companies and adjacent areas which needed a safe, potable water supply. The two annexed systems include the Hollydale Mutual Water System and the Rural Canyon Mutual Water System.
Subsequent assessment proceedings will provide funds to construct improvements to these water systems. In 2015, the service area includes 1,252 customers.
The fire flow in the 128 fire hydrants located within this district deliver in excess of 1,000 gal/min. This exceeds the 750 gpm requirements of the California Public Utilities Code and the Department of Health Services.
The Russian River County Water District holds monthly public meetings:
Date: 4th Tuesday of the month*
Location: The Community Room behind the Forestville Fire Station, 6554 Mirabel Rd in Forestville.
* Most Decembers and some Novembers, the meetings are earlier in the month and possibly earlier in the day. Check the RRCWD website for details: RRCWD Board Schedule