Does the Free Chlorine Water Conversion relate to the Water Restrictions and/or Water Leaks?

No, the conversion process is a common practice, but has been exacerbated by the ongoing drought. Our conservation restrictions are currently at Stage 2. If we must change the stage, you will be notified. Should you see any water leaks, please report these to 311. We encourage you to see if a report has already been filed by checking the 311 app or looking at the location of the leak for a wooden stake painted blue. A wooden stake painted blue means that the report has been investigated, and it is already on our schedule to be fixed. 

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1. Is the water safe for drinking and bathing?
2. Are we under a boil water notice?
3. If restaurants are serving bottled water, how can we be sure it’s safe to drink from the tap?
4. How can I be sure my water tastes/looks how it’s supposed to?
5. What can / should I do if I still have concerns or my water tastes or looks different?
6. What is so bad about nitrification?
7. Why are we doing this?
8. What do I do if my water tastes/smells bad?
9. Why are we flushing so much when we’re under drought conditions?
10. Does the Free Chlorine Water Conversion relate to the Water Restrictions and/or Water Leaks?