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The California Rural Water Association awarded the Squaw Valley Public Service District with the honor of “Best Tasting Water in California” at its Annual Expo in 2015.

The California Rural Water Association awarded the Squaw Valley Public Service District with the honor of “Best Tasting Water in California” at its Annual Expo in 2015.

We serve the community of Olympic Valley in eastern Placer County, CA, seven miles northwest of Lake Tahoe. Dedicated to high standards and quality service, and maintaining the public trust.

We serve the community of Olympic Valley in eastern Placer County, CA, seven miles northwest of Lake Tahoe. Dedicated to high standards and quality service, and maintaining the public trust.

SVPSD provides water, solid waste and sewer service, fire protection and emergency medical services.

SVPSD provides water, solid waste and sewer service, fire protection and emergency medical services.

Using state-of-the-art equipment to serve the Olympic Valley community.

Using state-of-the-art equipment to serve the Olympic Valley community.

Visit the District offices at 305 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, CA.

Visit the District offices at 305 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, CA.

Serving Squaw Valley since 1964

The Squaw Valley Public Service District serves the community of Olympic Valley by providing water service, sewage service, solid waste service, fire protection and emergency medical services. Click here for enabling legislation.
 

Announcements/Meetings/Events

September 2016

September Finance Committee Meeting - 9/26/2016 at 3:30 p.m., 305 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley - Room 212 - click here for agenda

September Board Meeting - 9/27/2016 at 8:30 a.m., 305 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley - Community Room - click here for agenda

Low Flow Toilet Rebate Program

The District, in partnership with the Tahoe Sierra Integrated Regional Water Management Group is participating in a Toilet Rebate Program beginning April 1, 2016. The program is funded through a Department of Water Resources Prop 84 grant. The program seeks to replace water wasting toilets by offering participants a $100 refund on a qualified purchase of a new 1.6 Gallon per Flush (GPF) WaterSense compliant toilet. The program is limited to the first 214 qualified applicants and is limited to units constructed prior to 1994.

Please see the Low Flow Toilet Rebate Application for the program guidelines. If you have any questions, please call the District office at 530-583-4692.

Enterprise System Catalog Published May 2016 - click here for report