COVID-19 (CORONA VIRUS) INFORMATION:
On May 4, 2020, the Yuba County Health Officer issued a new order that continues to limit activities to reduce the spread of COVID-19. This new order allows for an increased number of activities and business operations to take place that are considered lower risk from a health perspective provided Social Distancing and Business Operations Protocols are followed. The lower risk businesses includes allowing all construction and agriculture operations, provided protocols are followed.
In response to the order and to provide our customers with services to support the allowed operations, Community Development and Services Agency has increased the number of services available to the public.
Beginning May 4, 2020:
- CDSA will be available to process all Building, Environmental Health, Planning, and Public Works permits related to construction
- CDSA main phone lines will be answered Monday – Friday between 8am-12pm and 1-4pm.
- In compliance with the order, we are limiting face to face interactions as much as possible and encourage continuing use of our online tools
- For business activities that cannot be accomplished using our online resources, appointments can be made by calling 530-749-5430
- We remain committed to provide our customers with the best possible service during the COVID-19 Health Crisis
Outdoor Use of Water
Gold Village Residents
At the request of residents, the District has reconsidered the ongoing prohibition of all outdoor use of water. The water surface elevation of the aquifer has been holding steady over the past several weeks, and residents have requested that drip irrigation be allowed to preserve trees and shrubs. Since the benefits of preserving trees and shrubs will outweigh the limited use of water associated with drip irrigation, the District will allow drip irrigation of trees and shrubs under the following conditions:
- The drip irrigation does not spray water into the air;
- No watering of turf/grass is allowed, even with drip irrigation;
- No runoff into gutters or onto driveways will be allowed; and
- Drip irrigation should be periodic for short intervals, not continuous.
Residents are reminded that under the new tiered water rate structure, water bills reflect the quantity of water used. Any residents who over-water outside landscaping will pay significantly higher water bills under the new metered rate system. The District will continue to monitor the aquifer level to ensure that no harm is being done by this change in policy. This change is effective June 10, 2015.
Please Contact Sam Bunton at (530) 749-5420 or at email@example.com if you have any questions.
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