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CSA 16 - Par Country Estates

District Formed in 1978 | Currently serves 55 properties

San Joaquin County Public Works
1810 E. Hazelton Avenue
Stockton, CA 95205
8am-12pm & 1pm-5pm M-F
specialdistricts@sjgov.org
Maintenance issues: (209) 468-3090
Other Questions: (209) 468-3000

The following are the services provided and the rates charged for the 2022-2023 fiscal year (per Single Family Equivalent):

  • Water - $3,725 annual flat rate for Par County Estates residential properties, $2,309 annual flat rate for Hillside Greens residential properties. Metered properties pay a monthly fixed charge based on metered size and $4.40 per 1,00 gallons.
  • Storm Drainage - $15 annual rate for Par County Estates properties and $10 annual rate for Hillside Greens properties.
  • On October 19th, it was discovered that Well #2 had stopped producing water. The pumping equipment was removed by crane on November 8th and 9th. The well will be videotaped to determine the root cause of the issues along with determining the course of action required to complete the repairs. This will likely take several weeks to accomplish.

    Well #3 can provide sufficient water for normal use and yet in order to avoid stressing the well, the Department is requesting that Par County Estates residents minimize any non-essential water use until you have been notified that Well #2 has been returned to service. If you experience periods of low water pressure please contact the office.
  • December 31, 2019 - Maintenance work will be performed next week on the water system to clean the waterlines and remove sediment and build-up. You may see equipment and experience temporary disruptions to water service. If you have any questions about this work, please contact our Utility Maintenance division at 468-3090.

 

Financial Information

The fund balance chart below shows how much money your district has saved for operating and capital replacement reserves. Your reserves are used to cover unanticipated operating expense increases, as well as pay for planned/anticipated future projects to replace or repair your system components.