YOUR WATER ACCOUNT NUMBER WILL BE CHANGING
As of October 3rd 2016, FPUD will be switching to our new Utility Billing
Application. While there will be no change to the current services you are billed
for, your water account number will be changing. Your new account number will be
in a nine digit format like this, XXXXXX-XXX.
Cycle 03 September statements will be the first to reflect this change.
If you have an existing FPUD Online Profile, or are set up for Automatic Payment
withdrawal with FPUD, there will be no need to make any changes to your profile,
or input your new water account number.
Your new account number will automatically update to your online profile.
And to your Automatic Payment Withdrawal information.
If you pay your FPUD statement through a third party vendor, such as your bank,
it is important that you include your full account number as it appears on your
statement, including all zeros. If your FPUD statement is paid
on your behalf automatically by a third party vendor, again such as your bank, it
is important that you update your FPUD account number to ensure that
your payment is applied to the proper FPUD water account.
Cycles 01 and 02 billing statements prepared and mailed prior to October 3rd 2016,
will not include the new account number format. However, you may still use the payment
stub from those statements when mailing your payment, or when coming into the office.
If you have any questions regarding the new account number format, or if you are
unsure of your billing cycle,
please call our Customer Service Department at (760) 728-1125.
NOTICE OF POSSIBLE TRAFFIC DELAYS
The final paving work on S Mission Rd, near the High School, scheduled
Monday, August 29th is being temporarily delayed pending approval from the
County. FPUD is waiting to hear whether a "chip seal" is needed in order to
move forward with the final portion of the road work associated with the
sewer main replacement that began earlier this year. The S Mission project has
affected the areas between Olive Hill Rd and Overland Trail.
If you have any questions regarding this project, please contact
Noelle Denke at (760) 728-1125
SMR CONJUNCTIVE USE PROJECT
The final EIR/EIS for the Santa Margarita Conjuctive Use Project, to supply
over 30% of the District's water demands, has been completed and will be
considered by the District board for adoption at the September 26th board
meeting. the entire document is available to view
For additional information, or questions about the project or property,
contact Brian Brady at (760) 728-1125, or by email at
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