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Traffic Alert June 14 - June 17 along La Costa Avenue between Piraeus Street and Saxony Road.

This week our Field Service Technicians (FSTs) will be conducting regularly scheduled maintenance using robotics cameras in the sewer lines looking for root invasion/blockages and cleaning any needed areas. This keeps our communities clean and our waterways pristine.

Please drive carefully and thank you for your patience.

Did you hear the news?💧

The governor recently extended emergency drought orders to many counties across the state.

In order to conserve water, the California Native Plant Society - San Diego Chapter made a list of useful resources including information on watershed gardening, rainwater harvesting, and much more!
https://www.cnpssd.org/water-conservation

Let’s congratulate Field Services Technician III Mauricio Avalos for achieving his 10 year anniversary at Leucadia Wastewater District!

During the last Board meeting, the Board President Donald Omsted, awarded Mauricio with his 10 Year Service Award.

It has been rewarding to watch him grow during the past 10 years and take on increasing responsibility with our Field Services Team.

Congratulations Mauricio, here’s to many more!

California Association of Sanitation Agencies California Water Environment Association

The Board of Directors will hear and consider oral testimony and written protests regarding the proposed rate increases for fiscal years 2022 through 2024 at a public hearing scheduled for Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 5pm.

Written protest letters or emails must include a name, signature and the property address or Assessor Parcel Number (APN). Please visit our website at https://bit.ly/3fwA7Gd for more information.

It's World Environment Day 🌎 🌿

World Environment Day is celebrated every year on June 5 to raise awareness and generate action on a pressing environmental issue. The Day offers an opportunity to reflect on accomplishments and renew our resolve in overcoming the environmental challenges facing the world today.

Wondering if you live within the Leucadia Wastewater District Service Area? 💭

Find out by visiting this interactive map, one of the new features on our updated website: https://ndcresearch.maps.arcgis.com/apps/View/index.html?appid=9c757076c3124c12bdb84e030560271f

We look forward to servicing you and your family!

It's World Reef Day 🌎 🌊

Industrial pollution, plastic pollution, sewage, chemical sunscreens and unmanaged high-density tourism all threaten coral reefs. The reef destruction that has happened up until now has been caused by humans, and we can fix it.

Three simple things you can do to make a difference are:

1️⃣ Use #ReefSafe sunscreen
2️⃣ Reduce single use plastics
3️⃣ Share this post and spread awareness of this issue

The District will be closed Monday May 31, 2021 in recognition of the #MemorialDay Holiday.

If this is an emergency please call (760) 753-0155.

Reminder to residents that live in District 1 to apply for an available seat on Leucadia Wastewater District Board of Directors (District) by WEDNESDAY, June 2 by 5:00 PM.

Applicants must be registered voters and reside in District 1 to be eligible. To determine whether you reside within District 1, please view an interactive electoral map on the District’s website here: https://bit.ly/3fjbOds