Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Clovis Water

Recharge Basin MaintenanceIt is very important to the City to provide our customers with the highest quality of water possible. The City samples the water served to customers at the source, after treatment and in the distribution system. Each of these samples is analyzed to ascertain that the quality of the water meets all state and federal standards for water quality.

Please review the latest Consumer Confidence Report for detailed information of water quality sampling conducted on the City's water supply. For additional questions, please call (559) 324-2607. 

Water Leak Information 

The City is responsible for water leaks that are on City water mains or on water services leading from the water main to the water meter. Water mains are usually located in the street or alley. If you observe a water leak on a City water main or water service up to the water meter please call 324-2600 or use the contact form. Leaks which are located behind the water meter are the customer's responsibility to repair.

Water Quality
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Water Quality
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Certified Backflow Testers5/29/201313.26 KB
Consumer Confidence Report for Clovis Water Delivery6/6/201456.20 KB
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Surface Water Treatment Plant

Prior to the July 2004 commissioning of the Clovis Surface Water Treatment Plant, located on the eastern outskirts of the City, Clovis was facing a potential water shortage. The City’s groundwater wells and recharge facilities could no longer keep up with the demands of the City’s growth. Without the new water plant, the groundwater supplies could no longer support the water demands of the City. 

In a span of 15 months, a 20-acre parcel of land was transformed from pasture land to a fully-functioning surface water treatment plant, converting raw water from the Enterprise Canal (originating from the Kings River) into a potable water source for the residents of Clovis. 

The additional water production from the water plant enables the City to turn off a portion of its groundwater wells throughout the year, resulting in the replenishment of the water table. With the immediate capability of treating and delivering up to 22.5 million gallons per day of potable water to the City’s customers (expandable to 45 million gallons per day), the water needs for Clovis will be met for decades to come.

Surface Water Treatment Plant 

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