Water System Flushing:
This weekend, May 6-7, the Community will be performing the bi-annual water system flushing per Washington State Department of Health Guidelines.
This involves running large volumes of water through our water system in an effort to remove sediments that may have collected with the distribution piping.
As the water is flushed through the lines, Ferric Iron (res water iron) that is loosely adhered to the inside of the pipes will be scrubbed loose and flow downstream. Most of the loose Ferric Iron will be flushed out, but you may find your water is cloudy and has reddish brown particles in it for a few days. This has no effect on the water quality (other than visually).
If you experience this condition you may run water through all of your taps (inside and out of the dwelling) for 5 to 10 minutes. This should remedy the condition. If the condition persists please contact the CMCC water system Manger for further guidance.
- CMCC does not add chlorine to the water system for routine system flushing.
- To avoid cloudy water within your house plumbing, you could opt to consider installing a whole house filter. An example of a water filter installation can be found on this site under the Water System section.
- Learn more about your water quality in the latest Consumer Confidence Report which is sent to you annually, and filed under the Water System section on this site.
During this same time, volunteers will be blowing off the debris on some of our roads, and we could use your help! Meet us at the well house on Saturday, May 6 at 9:00 AM with your blower, and we’ll distribute assignments to those who are available. Thank you!
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