A scheduled rate increase was deferred Wednesday by the Truckee Meadows Water Authority board for the second time this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Truckee Meadows Water Authority
Work to erect tents for a temporary homeless shelter on East Fourth Street has halted due to a lawsuit filed by a nearby business owner.
SPONSORED: TMWA’s Operations and Water Quality Manager discusses the annual water quality report and what residents need to know about their local water supply.
SPONSORED: TMWA released its annual Water Quality Report, which contains information about the source of TMWA’s drinking water and how it compares to drinking water standards established by the EPA.
Three public restrooms will be installed along the Truckee River pathway, a popular biking and pedestrian jogging route that stretches approximately 12 miles and is currently without facilities.
The Truckee Meadows Water Authority board on Friday postponed a rate increase scheduled to go into effect in May.
“Lack of public restrooms has created a human waste issue that impacts the water quality of the Truckee River.”