Sierra Madre, CA. - August 6, 2014 – On Monday, August 11, 2014, construction will begin on the replacement of the existing water main in North Mountain Trail Avenue. The existing main was installed in 1928 and has been subject to multiple serious leakage incidents in recent years.
The City of Sierra Madre would like to extend a huge thank you to the Sierra Madre Issei Memorial Foundation and Sierra Madre Volunteer Firefighters Association. Through their generous support the Sierra Madre tradition of Family Movie Fridays continued this summer, providing wholesome, free entertainment to the families of Sierra Madre and surrounding communities.
Many Sierra Madre water customers have worked hard to conserve water and their efforts are much appreciated. All those who have done so are already Water Warriors. By all means thank you, and please keep up the good work!
On July 15, 2014, the California State Water Resources Control Board adopted Emergency Regulation Article X ("Prohibition of Activities and Mandatory Actions During Drought Emergency") pursuant to its authority under Water Code Section 058.5. On July 22, 2014, the City Council held a duly noticed public hearing to consider the implementation of further mandatory water use prohibitions consistent with the state-adopted Emergency Regulations of the California State Water Resources Control Board. The City Council action was required under the State regulations.
The following prohibitions are in addition to and separate from the previously adopted 30% water use reduction.
A pipe in the restroom of the Hart Park House Senior Center recently burst and caused water damage to the facility. Repairs will be made on the weekends, allowing the center to remain open throughout the week. No relocation is necessary; however, bingo on Tuesdays, August 5th and 12th, 2014, and the Senior Club meetings on Saturdays, August 2nd and 9th, 2014, are cancelled. All other programs and services will be offered at the Hark Park House Senior Center as usual.
Please call the Hart Park House Senior Center at 626-355-7394 with any questions.