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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.

SVPSD

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.

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

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

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

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October 2017 Snow in the Valley

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 the District's enabling legislation.

Click here for the District's Purpose & Mission Statement & Core Values.

Announcements/Meetings/Events

For Water & Sewer Emergencies, please call  566-411-6917.

For Medical & Fire Emergencies, please call 911.

The SVPSD Board of Directors meets regularly on the last Tuesday of each month at 8:30 a.m. Due to holidays, the November and December meeting dates are November 19, 2019 and December 17, 2019.

Finance Committee Meeting - Monday, September 23, 2019 at 9:00 a.m., 305 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, Room 212 - Agenda/Exhibits will be posted as they become available. 

Special Meeting, Board Appointment - Monday, September 23, 2019 at 10:00 a.m., 305 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, Community Room - Agenda. Exhibits

Regular Board Meeting - Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at 8:30 a.m., 305 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, Community Room - Agenda/Exhibits will be posted as they become available.   

Board Appointment

One of the five seats on the District’s Board is vacant due to the resignation of Director Eric Poulsen on September 3, 2019.  Eric served Squaw Valley as a Director of the Board for 32 years and has been a dedicated advocate for the Community.

 

To fill the vacancy, the Board of Directors will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, September 23rd, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. to appoint a new Board Member to serve until the term expires in November 2020.

 

All registered voters in Olympic Valley interested in being considered for appointment are encouraged to complete an application, available on the District’s website, and submit a letter of interest to the Board Secretary no later than 12:00 p.m. on Friday, September 13th, 2019.  The application is part of a packet that includes more details about the position and a job description.

 

The Special Meeting of the Board will include an approximately 15-minute interview of each applicant – the President will request that out of respect for each other and the process, that the other candidates leave the room during each interview. After the interviews are completed, the Board will call all candidates into the room, briefly discuss the interviews, and may make a motion to appoint a new Director.  If the motion passes, the new Director will take the Oath of Office and be seated for our Regular Board Meeting on Tuesday September 24th, 2019 at 8:30 a.m.

 

For further information regarding the vacancy, please contact the District’s Board Secretary, Jessica Asher at (530) 583-4692 ext. 213.

Application Package. 

Fire Department - New Information

Placer County Air Quality Monitoring

A PurpleAir air quality monitoring device was recently installed at the District.  Click Here to see real-time estimated air quality index numbers, which are updated every 20 seconds.  This program is provided by the Placer County Air Pollution Control District.  For more information, please visit https://www.purpleair.com

Low Flow Toilet Rebate Program

The District, in partnership with the Tahoe Sierra Integrated Regional Water Management Group is participating in a Toliet Rebate Program. 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 rebate on a qualified purchase of a new 1.6 Gallon per Flush 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 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  - click here for report