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Sewer system customers are responsible for their sewer line from their property line to the house, which includes the sewer "clean out" and "back-water valve." The back-water valve is installed to prevent any back up sewage in the district system from entering the customer's property. The back-water valve should be inspected and maintained periodically by a local plumbing service to ensure it is functioning properly. Review the Water Vs Sewer Systems Diagram here.
*CVWD field service representatives are not landscape professionals. CVWD water consultations are comprised of recommendations only. It is advised that you consult a landscape professional before making major changes to your landscape.
• Applications are pre-screened for basic qualifications• Pre-screened applications are forwarded to the hiring manager for review• Selected candidates are invited to interview and applicants not selected will be notified• Selected candidates are invited to return for a second interview• Final candidate is offered the position, completes pre-employment screening, and meets with the General Manager
Some positions may require applicants to pass a written exam. A performance test may be required for a position requiring certain skills, such as typing or the operation of heavy equipment. Decisions about the selection process are made by the hiring manager and the Human Resources Manager when the position opens. The job flyer will contain details if there are specific requirements to that recruitment’s selection process.
CVWD does not currently offer a cash-for-grass rebate. The program we have available to our customers is called the Parkway Turf Replacement Rebate Program. CVWD is offering a $300 to customers who replace the grass in their parkways with high-efficient, drought-tolerant landscaping. Must be pre-approved before removing any grass. For program requirements, eligibility, and to apply, go to http://www.cvwdwater.com/341/Parkway-Turf-Replacement-Rebate-Program.