Water Quality Advisory Updated May 20, 2020: Here's what residents should know.

Information for potential candidates that may be interested in the PID elective offices to be filled for the November 3, 2020 General Election (Divisions 1, 2, 3, & 5).  2020 Information for Interested Candidates - PID Elected Offices


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  • Disconnect and drain the garden hose connections.
  • Close outside vents, crawl spaces and doors so cold air doesn’t seep inside.
  • Repair broken windows, etc.
  • Insulate!!!
  • Wrap water lines, backflow device and meters in insulation.
  • Wrap pipes subject to cold or freezing, especially pipes that may be above ground and exposed to freezing temperatures.
  • Locate The Shut-off Valves
  • Make sure the valves at your PID connection or backflow are working.
  • Place a tag on the main shut-off valve. Make sure everyone in the house knows where it is and how to operate it in an emergency.
  • If you’re going away, keep a minimum amount of heat on in the house. This will help protect the pipes in case the temperature drops.

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