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Responding to COVID-19 

Twain Harte CSD's water, sewer and fire services WILL CONTINUE through the COVID-19 pandemic.  However, some of our operations will be modified until further notice to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

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CLOSED Customer Lobby

We are still available during business hours and are happy to serve you in whatever way we can. If you have questions or need help with anything, please:

  • CALL US: (209) 586-3172
  • EMAIL US: info@twainhartecsd.com

Payments can still be made:

  • IN PERSON: Drop off your payment in our Payment Drop Box located in our office parking lot.
  • ONLINE: Click HERE to make a payment.
  • BY PHONE: Click HERE for details.
  • BY MAIL: P.O. Box 649, Twain Harte, CA 95383

Click HERE if you have an after-hours emergency.

 

Fire Station Changes

Our fire department will continue to respond to emergencies 24/7 as normal; however, the following changes have been put in place to help slow the spread of COVID-19:

  • The Fire Station will be closed to public visits.
  • Non-essential meetings, training and public use of facilities are cancelled.
  • All interested volunteers will request applications via email instead of in-person.
  • Annual Fire Safety Inspections of community businesses are postponed until further notice.

Our fire department is doing everything it can to protect our community and first responders.  In the unfortunate event that you need to call 911 because you're experiencing symptoms similar to COVID-19, please help protect our first responders and community by informing the 911 dispatcher that you are experiencing flu-like symptoms.

For more information, see the below release:

THFD ops mod COVID19.pdf

 

Park Changes

COVID-19 continues to pose a severe risk to communities and requires all people in California to follow necessary precautions and to adapt the way they live and function in light of this ongoing risk. This guidance provides direction on usage of outdoor playgrounds and outdoor recreational facilities (hereafter facilities), to support a safe environment for children and families. It applies to outdoor playgrounds located in parks, campgrounds, and other publicly accessible locations. This guidance does not apply to indoor playgrounds or family entertainment centers.

Our park facilities are still open with restrictions. Be healthy and stay safe!

For more information on regulations and safety guidelines for Outdoor Playgrounds and other Outdoor Recreational Facilities please visit: CDPH Website

 

Modified Board Meetings

In compliance with the Governor's Executive Order N-25-20, we will be holding our meetings remotely via teleconference using ZOOM. Basic instructions on how to participate in the meetings will be included on our board agenda.  For more information on how to use ZOOM, click below:

How to Use Zoom

 

New Regional Stay AT Home Order

COVID-19 continues to surge at alarming rates in California. The Regional Stay Home Order will prohibit gatherings of any size, close operations except for critical infrastructure and retail, and require 100% masking and physical distancing. 

Tuolumne County Public Health announced that the order will be applied to the San Joaquin Valley Region, including Tuolumne County beginning Sunday, December 6th at 11:59 P.M. 

For more information on the order, see the press release below: 

12.5.20 Regional Order Final.pdf

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON COVID-19 AND WHAT YOU CAN DO TO SLOW THE SPREAD, VISIT THE CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION WEBSITE. 

FOR ADDITIONAL INDUSTRY GUIDANCE ON HOW TO REDUCE RISK, PLEASE VISIT THE STATES WEBSITE: https://covid19.ca.gov/.