Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Mendocino County Still Seeking Water Haulers to Address ‘Dire Drought Conditions on the Coast’


The following is a press release published by the County of Mendocino:

The County of Mendocino is seeking water hauling services from qualified water haulers to haul water from the City of Ukiah Water Treatment Plant at 935 River Street, Ukiah to the City of Fort Bragg’s Summers Lane Reservoir at 19701 Summers Lane, Fort Bragg.

The County is seeking trucks to haul a minimum of two loads per day (approximately 10,000 gallons). As the County ramps up the program, it is anticipated we will need an additional 3 trucks to haul a total of 40,000 gal/day. We will have a continued water shortage until we are able to secure more haulers.

For more information, please visit: https://www.mendocinocounty.org/government/mendocino-county-water-agency/water-hauling.

General questions related to the drought emergency should be directed to drought@mendocinocounty.org.

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