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Water Pressure

What's Normal?

Water pressure will vary depending on the elevation of the property and how close it is to the water supply (storage tank or reservoir) that it comes from. If your property is at a higher elevation relative to the water supply, you will have lower water pressure. If your propriety is at a lower elevation relative to the water supply, you will have higher water pressure.

 

The District recommends that all service connections install pressure regulator to prevent damage and manage stress on customer pluming and irrigation systems. Pressure regulators should be replaced every five years. The District offers a $50 rebate for installing a new pressure regulator or replacing an old one.

The District is not liable for any damage arising from high pressure. Service connections that do not have pressure regulators assume responsibility for the risks and liabilities for any damages that may occur as a result of high pressure.