The Water Quality Reports for EID's water systems are now available online.
Read our bimonthly newsletter for interesting and important information about the District.
Memorial Day - EID Offices Closed
Regular Board Meeting
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Recycled Water Irrigation Workshop
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Silver Lake Boat Launch and Day Use Areas - Open for 2018 Season!
The Silver Lake boat launch and day-use area is open for the 2018 season!
Caples Lake Boat Launch and Day Use Area - Open for 2018 Season!
Caples Lake Boat Launch and day-use areas are opened for the 2018 season!
EID Urges Caution Around Streams and Rivers
EID urges caution when approaching local area streams and rivers. As the weather temperatures raise, snow in higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada are beginning to melt causing higher and more random water flow patterns. The snowmelt also keeps water at dangerously cold temperatures.
May 8 at 1:25PM
Be safe—warmer temperatures mean higher more random and extremely cold water flows.
May 3 at 11:21AM
***Share this with your friends, family, and community.*** The Brown Administration is trying to advance a budget trailer bill based on SB 623 (Monning) – a two-year bill from 2017 – which would establish a statewide drinking water tax, intended to assist disadvantaged communities that lack access to safe drinking water. If the Administration is not successful with the budget trailer bill, Sen. Willliam Monning is expected to try to move SB 623. There is a better way to solve the problem. The state can use a package of funds comprised of ongoing federal safe drinking water funds, general obligation bond funds, the assessments related to nitrates in groundwater proposed in the budget trailer bill and SB 623 and a limited amount of state general fund dollars. This package of funds is a far more appropriate way to address a problem that is a key social issue for the state.
May 1 at 12:35PM
The 2017 Water Quality Reports are available online.