We will be flushing hydrants on April 18, 19, 20, and 21. Follow the link below to see what areas we will be flushing on these dates.
We will continue to post updated information on the areas that we will be flushing as the schedule is developed. We will give notice on this web site prior to flushing.
We will be flushing hydrants on April 11, 12, and 13. Follow the link below to see what areas we will be flushing on these dates. We will continue to post updated information on the areas that we will be flushing as the schedule is developed. We will give notice on this web site prior to flushing.
We do not have a scheduled start date on the hydrant flushing. We will get the schedule posted on the web site prior to any flushing.
Hydrant flushing is a maintenance procedure performed by water systems to remove sediment that accumulates in the lines. Below are links to videos of examples of hydrant flushing and why it is done. There are many others that can be found on line.
Our maintenance personnel will be performing our annual hydrant flushing during the month of April 2021. Follow this link for important information.
Nuestro personal de mantenimiento realizará nuestro lavado anual de hidrantes durante el mes de abril de 2021. Siga este enlace para obtener información importante.
Please follow this link to view the new water rates which will begin with the billing statement you receive in December 2020.
We are currently performing emergency repair to a water line that broke and had to shut of the line. The streets affected are Florence Way, Regal Drive, McRae Road, and Avenue 17-1/2. We are working as fast as possible to get the repair made and water service restored. Thank you for your patience.
We will be flushing hydrants throughout the system in the Month of August 2020. Follow this link for information about the dates and times:
Follow this link to see updated information about your water as of July 29, 2020:
The over drafting of the water aquifer in the Madera sub basin is reaching a critical level in our area. Our most recent well tests have shown extremely low pumping water levels. The pumping water level at some of our wells is 600 feet below the ground. The standing water level is around 320 feet. We are currently working on our wells to overcome this. We are asking our residents to cut back on outdoor watering. We are not asking that you stop watering, but if everyone can cut back on the outdoor water use it will make a difference. You may experience periods (when everyone is watering) of lower pressure than you are accustomed to while we are making these modifications to the wells. We will keep you updated. Madera Valley Water Company continues to strive to provide safe reliable drinking water to it’s users.