Welcome to the Kinneloa Irrigation District
The Kinneloa Irrigation District (KID) is a public agency that owns and operates a water system in the north-central part of Los Angeles County near Pasadena, California. The service area of the District covers approximately 500 acres plus it encompasses a watershed area north of the District containing approximately 500 acres adjacent to the Angeles National Forest. The KID serves a population of approximately 1,900 and has approximately 600 metered services. Revenue for the KID is derived exclusively from the sale of water to its customers.
A revision of the Kinneloa Irrigation District Water Conservation Plan and an extention of the emergency water conservation restrictions were adopted by the Kinneloa Irrigation District Board of Directors on May 19, 2015. (Resolution 2015-5-19B)
S Residential and commercial landscape irrigation is limited to no more than two (2) days per week and no more often than every third day nor during the hours between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
S The filling, refilling or adding of water to indoor and outdoor pools, wading pools, or spas is prohibited except to maintain levels. However, the District strongly urges that a cover be used to prevent evaporation and thereby reducing the frequency of refilling.
S The use of water to clean, maintain, fill, or refill decorative fountains or similar structures is prohibited except to maintain levels. However, the District strongly urges that use of these structures be discontinued.
S Vehicle washing is restricted to the use of a hand-held bucket and quick rinses using a hose with a shut-off nozzle. The District encourages customers to use recycled water or a commercial car wash that uses recycled water.
S Customers shall fix leaks within 48 hours upon notification or observation of the leak.
Current Water Conservation Emergency Regulations from the California State Water Resources Control Board remain in effect.
To promote water conservation, each of the following actions is prohibited, except where necessary to address an immediate health and safety need or to comply with a term or condition in a permit issued by a state or federal agency:
S Allowing runoff when irrigating with potable water.
S Using hoses with no shutoff nozzles to wash cars.
S Using potable water in decorative water features that do not recirculate the water.
S Irrigating outdoors during and within 48 hours following measureable rainfall.
S Restaurants from serving water to their customers unless the customer requests it.
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