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What Causes a Water Line to Break?


With all of the recent activity, we thought water line breaks would be a great topic. Water main leaks and breaks typically occur due to a handful of causes: Corrosion -corrosion is a natural phenomenon occurring over years and can be caused by the waterContinue reading

Backflow and Cross Connections Program


The Kings Mountain Water Park Company Backflow and Cross Connections Program document is now available. Click here to view it. The purpose of the program is to prevent contamination of the water system. We encourage all customers to read the program document. Please feel freeContinue reading

KMPWCO Sanitary Survey


The Kings Mountain Water Park Company Sanitary Survey is available. Click here to view it The watershed sanitary survey is completed to meet the requirements of the California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Chapter 17. This survey can provide customers with an overview of theContinue reading

Storm Water Runoff


What is Storm Water Runoff? Storm water runoff occurs when precipitation from rain or snowmelt flows over the ground. Impervious surfaces like driveways, sidewalks, and streets prevent storm water runoff from naturally soaking into the ground. Why is storm water runoff a problem? Storm waterContinue reading

Watershed Protection


Wondering what all the fuss over watersheds is about? The following presentation introduces the basic concepts of watersheds, how land use changes, neglect, dumping and urbanization negatively impact aquatic systems, and why watershed management is critical for maintaining our valuable water resources. watershed[waw-ter-shed] The areaContinue reading

Flow Meter


According to Tom, the flow meter flew the coup today. So what is a flow meter? It is (wait for it) a device that measures water flow. In our case, this flow meter is helping us accurately measure the total water pulled into the systemContinue reading