Where does my water come from?

Our water source is Fall Creek, which is located approximately 25 miles northeast of Yreka. This is an abundant supply of high quality water, and does not vary appreciably from season to season. The City also has an emergency water source referred to as the North Well. The well is on emergency standby, and is capable of producing approximately 1 million gallons per day. This source meets drinking water standards as set by the California Department of Public, but is not as desirable as Fall Creek.

The California Department of Health Services, Klamath District, completed an assessment of the drinking water source for Fall Creek in January of 2003. The assessment states that there have been no contaminants detected in this water supply. A complete copy of the assessment for Fall Creek and the North Well is available online.

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1. Whom do I contact when I have a waterline leak?
2. How do I apply for a meter down-size?
3. Where does my water come from?
4. How is the water treated?
5. Why does my water look cloudy?
6. What do I do if I have lower pressure than normal?
7. Is bottled water safer than tap water?