NAEGLERIA FOWLERI NOT FOUND IN WATER SYSTEM
Thursday, September 21, 2017
UPDATE September 21, 2017
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On June 20, 2017 Louisiana Department of Health, Office of Public Health tested our public water system for Naegleria fowleri, brain eating amoeba, those tests came back positive.

The disinfectant change has proven to be successful in killing the amoeba. Recent results indicate there are no viable (living) amoeba in our system.

The test results are posted in the Water Quality section of this site.


For more information and the test results on Naegleria Fowleri, please visit our Water Quality Page.

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REOPENING OF MINORS CANAL SALT WATER INTRUSION STRUCTURE
Monday, October 16, 2017
Please be advised the Minors Canal Salt Water Intrusion Structure has been reopened.
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Please be advised that Consolidated Waterworks District No. 1 has reopened Minors Canal Saltwater Control Structure to marine traffic.

The District will continue to monitor the salinity level in Minors Canal. If the salinity level increases, the structure may be placed in “Auto Mode” or Locked Mode”.

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Hurricane Season
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 9:50 A.M.

With hurricane season upon us, it is important to remember, that during a major storm event your Water Service can be disrupted. If an evacuation is mandatory, we encourage everyone to take heed to the warning for everyone's safety. But if you can't evacuate, we ask that you store water for the possibility that your water service may be knocked out by high winds that will disrupt power at the Water Plant, and down trees that will break water lines. We make efforts to minimize the impact of such events.

Also remember once the water pressure is restored after a hurricane, that the drinking water may still not be safe to drink. This is because if water pressure drops very low, it is recommended that the water be tested first. Your Water Department will notify the public when normal water use is permitted.


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We recommend that you use bottled water for drinking or cooking purposes only. If you are unable to obtain bottled water for drinking or cooking, you can treat the water yourself. You can get the information on how to treat water from your local Health Department or information may be available on www.epa.gov. Because you may not have water pressure to flush toilets, we recommend that you fill a tub of water before the storm. This water can be used to help flush your toilets by taking a bucket full and dumping it in. This will normally make the toilet flush.

If it is necessary for you to stay during a major hurricane, which we do not recommend, we hope you will monitor all news reports and take all precautions and warnings seriously. We hope this information will better prepare you during the hurricane season.


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One-Time Responsive Pay February 6, 2017
Monday, February 6, 2017 12:00 P.M.

We are pleased to announce the availability of our One-Time Responsive payment system.
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The Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Water District No. 1 has implemented a one-time responsive payment system. You can now make a quick, one-time payment without registering an account. Simply click this icon located at the top right of our home page.

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SAFE DRINKING WATER FEE
Thursday January 5, 2017 10:00 A.M.

Act 605 of the 2016 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature increases the Safe Drinking Water Fee to $12.00/year effective January 1, 2017. This will result in a monthly charge to all metered customers of $1.00/month.
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‪Additionally, the current $3.20/year fee shall be collected for half of 2016 or $1.60 for July-December. This charge will appear on the August bills as “La Act 125”.

More Information:                  Safe Drinking Water Fee [PDF]
Louisiana Department Of Health:    225-342-7499
Website:                           www.dhh.la.gov
   

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Waterline Replacement Project
Tuesday, May 23, 2016 5:55 P.M.

Consolidated Waterworks District No. 1 has authorized construction to begin on the 8" water main replacement and the 12" water main extension.


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These projects are for the replacement of an 8-inch water main along Willard Ave and a 12-inch extension of the water main along Beauregard Blvd. These lines are being constructed to improve The District’s distribution system to better serve our customers. The projects are now in the construction phase which includes the mobilization, delivery of materials, staking out alignment and bringing in the necessary equipment to construct the project. The contractor on the 8-inch water main will have a crew starting Wednesday, May 25, 2016. Customers along Willard Ave, Johnson St, Greenway Ave, Fern St, Glendale Ave, Parkwood Ave, June Dr, July Dr, Winfield Blvd, Hollygrove Ave, and Vi Dr. may experience water interruption throughout the duration of this project. The 8" along Willard and the 12" along Beauregard are scheduled to be completed by September 2016.

Please view the Willard Ave maps below:

Willard Ave Section 1 [PDF]

Willard Ave Section 2 [PDF]


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Capital Improvement Projects

Consolidated Waterworks District No. 1 has authorized construction to begin on two capital improvement projects for the installation of a 30-inch ($6 million) and 36-inch ($7 million) transmission water main.
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These projects are for the installation of a 30-inch transmission water main (approximately 3.6 miles) along the north side of US Highway 90 from Highway 311 easterly to Highway 316 and a 36-inch transmission water main from the District’s Schriever Water Treatment Plant located on Waterplant Road (approximately 4.35 miles) along Bayou Blue By-pass Road and Highway 316 southerly to US Highway 90. These lines are being constructed to improve the District’s distribution system to better serve our customers. The projects are now in the construction phase which includes the mobilization, delivery of materials, staking out alignment and bringing in the necessary equipment to construct the project. The contractor on the 30-inch transmission main will have two crews starting this week. The 30-inch is scheduled to be completed by February 2016 and the 36-inch is scheduled to be completed by December 2015.

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