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Welcome back Ponderosa cabin owners! As you begin to repopulate following the rescinded evacuation order due to the Windy Fire, please be aware that there may be broken water main lines. The heavy equipment brought into the subdivision for fire suppression and structure protection may have fractured water lines.  If you have any issues with your water service, please contact Robert Cope or Tim Harness for assistance. 

Fall has officially arrived, along with another wildfire, continued drought, and the first snowfall!

Here are some things to keep in mind as you return to your Ponderosa homes:

  • Daytime temperatures are warm, however nights are becoming cold. It is a good idea to turn off the water to your Ponderosa home if you will be away for more than a few days. Water damage can happen any time of year!
  • Be aware that Water Use Restriction Ordinance is in effect. Signs are posted at the entrance to the subdivision stating the current level of restrictions.

On May 10, 2021  Governor Gavin Newsom expanded his drought proclamation to more counties, including Tulare county

The State Water Resources Control Board requires all water systems to continue to conserve water and reduce overall consumption whenever possible. Therefore Ordinance 2014-1-W is in effect at all times. We encourage all Ponderosa residents and visitors to practice water conservation. Thank you for your cooperation!