Recycled Water FAQs

FAQs About the Clovis Recycled Water Project Why is the wastewater treatment plant necessary? To provide for wastewater treatment for new growth areas in the City, the City evaluated either…

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About the Plant

The Clovis Water Reuse FacilityIn early 2009, the City of Clovis’ new, state-of-the-art Water Reuse Facility began producing up to 2.8 million gallons per day (MGD) of highly-treated recycled water.…

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Recycled Water

The City of Clovis Recycled Water PlantThe State Water Resources Control Board is encouraging recycled water projects throughout the State of California. By building out the Recycled Water Master Plan,…

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Water QualityCertified Backflow TestersConsumer Confidence Report for Clovis Water DeliveryWater Conservation2015 Urban Water Management Plan Errata2015 Urban Water Management Plan FinalConsumer Confidence Report for Water DeliveryDrought Tolerant Plant ListEmergency WaterHi-Efficiency…

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Updates The outdoor water use schedule is changing on April 1st to 3 days per week, as noted below. Be sure to reset your sprinkler timers to Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday (for customers with…

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Forms and Schedules

Sewer System Management Plan2017 Sewer System Management Plan AuditCertified Backflow TestersCommunity Clean-up Schedule and InstructionsConsumer Confidence ReportGroundwater Management Plan 2006Recycled Water Master Plan 2005Recycled Water Use Rules & RegulationsRefuse Route…

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Clovis ParksThe City of Clovis Parks Division maintains approximately 285 acres of City parks and landscaping. As Clovis grows, our City is challenged to preserve the quality of life currently…

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