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East Porterville Water Supply Project Deadline Approaches
  • Steve Doe (right), DWR project manager for the East Porterville Water Supply project meets with staff from GEI Consultants, Inc. and Self-Help Enterprises at Well C1 in Tulare County.
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The final deadline to sign up for a free connection to the City of Porterville’s municipal water system is March 31. As of mid-March, 287 homes have been connected to the City of Porterville water system and are receiving water. The effort to deliver a reliable water supply to East Porterville homes was launched in response to hundreds of homeowners whose wells went dry during California’s five-year drought. The project is financed by the State of California, in collaboration with Tulare County, the City of Porterville, and several non-governmental organizations. In February, the East Porterville Water Supply Project team received a Water Justice Leadership award from the Community Water Center for its efforts to end East Porterville’s drought emergency. Learn more about the East Porterville Water Supply project, including how to sign up for the free connection.

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