Annual Meeting of Shareholders: Tuesday, March 6, 2018, 7:00pm at the Old Firehouse, 20155 Elm Lane, Del Dios, Escondido, CA 92029
All shareholders and interested persons welcome. Annual elections for Board of Directors, and reports on activities, water quality, finances, capital improvements. Find out what your Water Company is doing, make your voice heard, and enjoy free pizza with neighbors and friends. See you there!
If you can't make the meeting, please be sure to send in your yellow proxy form ASAP or give it to a shareholder or Board member who will attend the meeting, to vote your share for you. A quorum of shareholders is required to do business at this meeting, so your attendance or proxy is critical: thanks!
The monthly meeting of the DDMWC Board of Directors meets at the Old Firehouse on Elm Lane on the First Tuesday of the month. Shareholders are welcome to attend.
The Annual Meeting of the Del Dios Mutual Water Company is on March 7, at 7 pm, at the Old Firehouse. All are welcome. Shareholders can cast their vote for the Board of Directors or send a proxy.
To encourage water conservation, the DDMWC offers a rebate for shareholders and residents who purchase new. low-flow high efficiency toilets to replace older models in residences in the DDMWC service area. To obtain the rebate, purchase and install a new toilet and call Board Member Larry Kluey to inspect the installation. If certified, rebate will be sent within 6 weeks. The Toilet Rebate Program will continue through 2017.
The State of California has lifted many of the mandatory water conservation measures previously in place. The Board of the Del Dios Mutual Water Company has revised our Water Conservation Measures to reflect this change.
Mandatory Water Conservation Measures:
The following revised mandatory water conservation measures are effective in the Del Dios Mutual Water Company Service Area as of July, 2016:
These measures are in effect until further notice.
For more information on water conservation, including tips for voluntary conservation, see the link under "Water Conservation" above.