Recent News

As your local water utility provider, we strive to keep you continually updated on all matters related to your water service. If you do not find the information you need, please contact our office and we will gladly assist you!

Neighborhood Watch

The Leavitt Lake Community now has a neighborhood watch.  If you are interested in joining the group you can contact the District office at (530) 257-7977.  

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Truck Donated to the Leavitt Lake District

The District had been searching for affordable financing to purchase another truck for the maintenance department.  However, the District simply could not afford another loan even though a partial...

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CDBG Grant-Projects Completed

The lift station is complete, the pond work is complete, the new shop is complete and the generators are installed and working.  We do have some grant funds still available and hope to pave around...

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CDBG Grant Project almost Completed

Grant funds have been used to construct a new lift station on Tamarack Street, Changed the pond systems from two separate systems into one system, upgraded the levees, installed a bar screen,...

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Community Clean Up

Leavitt Lake will be receiving dumpsters on September 14, 2018 for the community to clean up green waste and/or rubbish around their homes.  Please do not put any household garbage, tires or...

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Town Hall Meeting

Tom Hammond, our county supervisor, will be hosting a town hall meeting on September 12, 2018 at 6:00 P.M. at the Leavitt Lake Office. Tom will be discussing a variety of topics.  Everyone is...

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Accepting Applications

We are accepting applications for a position that has a variety of duties. It will mainly be for office clerk, but we need someone who is willing to obtain their wastewater and water...

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Permanent Water Restrictions On the Horizon

Gov. Brown has signed into law, that by 2022 each household will only be allowed 55 gallons of water per person each day.  

So far no information has been given out as how much of that alottment...

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Abatement Ordinance

The District will be reviewing a draft ordinance at the regular meeting in July that will make it mandatory for property owners/residents to have all weeds and debris cleared by each June 30th. ...

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New Board Member Appointed

A new board member has been chosen to fill the vacancy.  Dallas Langley will be sworn in on June 19, 2018.  Mr. Langley and his wife Kathy have lived in the district since the 80's.   

Mr....

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Online Payments

Several people have asked if we are going to set up an online payment system.  Actually what you need to do is contact your own bank and see if they provide online banking.  You then set up your...

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BOARD VACANCY

It is with great saddness that we must report that one of our Board members, Lenard Robinson, passed away on April 10, 2018.  Lenard was an awesome friend and great board member.  He is going to...

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Generator To Be Installed For Water Well/Pumps

The district is in the process of having a generator installed that will not only run the distribution pumps when the electrictiy is out, but will also power the wells to refill the storage...

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Construction Ending

The new lift station on Tamarack is online and running well.  The generator there has been tested and started and will take over anytime the power goes out. 

The work at the ponds has been...

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New storage building/shop is completed

The actual construction of the District's new 40 X 30 storage building/shop is now complete.  The new heating unit is in and almost complete.  The next step will be installing a generator large...

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Community Development Block Grant Projects

When we first began the projects made possible with grant funds, we tried to do as much as possible for the money we had.  As the projects are finishing up, we have found that we have money left...

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Town Hall Meeting

Tom Hammond from the Lassen County Board of Supervisors, will be hosting a town hall meeting on November 15, 2017.  The meeting will be held at 6:30 PM in the Leavitt Lake District Office.  The...

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Sandbags Available

If you feel you may need sand bags with the new storm coming in, Leavitt Lake residents may pick up sand bags at the Susan River Firehall located on 395 in Johnstonville.  You will have to fill...

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Leavitt Lake Community Services District Launches a Brand New Website! Subscribe Today!

We are excited to announce that our new website has launched and includes all the information our community needs related to their water service.  Check back often, as we will be adding...

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Town Hall Meeting

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