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The County Service Area (“CSA”) will exercise reasonable care and diligence to deliver to its customers a continuous and sufficient supply of potable water at the required pressure at the point of service connection and to avoid interruptions in service or shortages. The CSA shall not be liable for interruptions, shortages, insufficiency of supply, lack of potable water, fluctuations or variations in pressure, or any loss or damage occasioned thereby.

The entire water system up to the service connection to each individual service, including the water meter assembly, shall be under the exclusive control and management of the CSA. When the CSA finds it necessary or convenient to make repairs or improvements to its system, the CSA shall have the right to temporarily suspend the delivery of water. Repairs or improvements shall be made as rapidly as practical and at such times as will reasonably minimize inconvenience to the customer.

Connections and water use shall be made in accordance with the provisions of the CSA rules, regulations, ordinances, regulations, policies, and specifications. No person shall connect, substantially increase, or alter the use of water without making application to the CSA, securing a water service permit, and paying applicable charges. No person other than duly authorized representatives of the CSA or fire department shall open or draw water from any CSA service, including fire hydrants, without prior written approval of the CSA and payment of applicable charges. Use of water from fire hydrants for any use other than firefighting or for hydrant maintenance by CSA or fire department personnel is prohibited. The CSA shall not be responsible for any loss or damages directly or indirectly resulting from or caused by the proper, improper or negligent installation, operation, use, repair or maintenance of water facilities or equipment by the customer or any other person.

The CSA or its authorized agents or employees shall have access at all reasonable times to enter the customer’s property for any purpose associated with the provision of water service, including inspection of the same to observe and determine that the CSA water ordinances and regulations are being observed and implemented.

No person shall place on any water pipeline, or pipeline easement, any obstruction, such as wires, fences, trees, or buildings or improvements, which may impede or otherwise interfere with the CSA’s ready access to any portion of its water system. (Ord. 1111, eff. 7/7/22; Ord. 1090, eff. 3/5/20)