Flooding Meter Application
This is to acknowledge receipt of a flooding meter from the CRESCENTA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT to be installed on a hydrant at the location below.
We hereby agree that we are responsible for the above mentioned meter from the date of receipt until the date we return the meter to the proper authorities of the Crescenta Valley Water District.
In the event that the meter for any reason what-so-ever is not returned by us to the Crescenta Valley Water District in the same condition as it was when
received, we will be responsible for the cost of the meter and hereby agree to reimburse the Crescenta Valley Water District in full for such replacement.
We further agree that we will be responsible for any damage to the fire hydrant.
We hereby acknowledge receipt of a copy of Crescenta Valley Water District Rules and Regulations, 10.01 A & B, 10.03, 10:04 and 10.05 relating to flooding
meters and charges as listed on reverse side of this form. Having read those Rules and Regulations, we agree to be bound and accept the conditions and
terms contained therein.
ARTICLE 10: RULES APPLICABLE TO TEMPORARY CUSTOMERS
10.01: ESTABLISHMENT OF TEMPORARY WATER SERVICE
The District will, if no undue hardship to its existing Customers would result there from, furnish a meter and temporary water service for construction
purposes when the applicant has requested service on this basis or the District reasonably expects the service to be temporary and the applicant therefor has
paid advances and established credit. The District contemplates temporary service will be provided for a term of six (6) months or less, and requires the
applicant to comply with the following:
A. Advances: The applicant must advance to the District the estimated net cost of installing and removing the facilities necessary to furnish the service.
B. Deposits/Establishment of Credit: The applicant must deposit a sum of money equal to the cost of the meter and estimated bill as established by the Board
and set forth in Appendix D. If the duration of service is to exceed six (6) months, then the applicant must establish credit in the same manner as is
prescribed for permanent service, under Article 7.03.
10.02: RATES, CHARGES AND CONDIDONS OF SERVICE
The rates, charges and conditions for temporary water service will be the same as those prescribed for permanent service, but with a minimum monthly consumption charge and a one-time service charge as set forth in Appendix B.
10.03: CONNECTIONS TO FIRE HYDRANT
Fire hydrants connected to District mains are for use by the District and by organized fire protection agencies. Temporary water service from fire hydrants for any purpose must obtain written permission from the District and the appropriate fire protection agency prior to service, and shall operate the hydrant according to the instructions issued by the District. Unauthorized use will be subject to penalty as prescribed in Article 8.03F(5) and will be prosecuted according to law. Customer is responsible for proper and safe operation, including proper storage of construction meter at the end of each working day. A temporary service deposit is required in an amount set forth in Appendix D.
10.04: WATER FOR CONSTRUCTION NEEDS
All requests for construction water shall be made on an approved application form available in the District office and accompanied by a temporary service deposit amount as set forth in Appendix D, Any costs involved in supplying such connections will be prepaid by the applicant.
10.05: RESPONSIBILITY FOR METERS AND lNSTALLATION
The Customer shall protect District facilities involved in furnishing temporary service from the time they are installed until they are removed, or until 48 hours after the District has received written notice that the service is no longer required. The Customer shall be responsible for the cost to repair any damage to District facilities.