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Recent Water Problems


Farmers Union Irrigation reduced the water in our ditch by 25% back on June 29. Recently, Friday July 17 through Monday July 20, this has been causing some problems with not enough water in the ditch to run the pumps. Generally this occurs early in the morning, usually around 6:00 am. We’re currently working on this problem and hopefully by the time you receive this as an email, we’ll have it resolved.
In the mean time and only on a temporary basis, if you missed your regular time, go ahead and manually water. The best time to do that would be during the day from noon until 9:00 pm to not interfere with other home owners and to have adequate pressure.

Summer Lawns mows the lawn on Wednesday so they do not water late Tuesday or most of the day on Wednesday. You may want to water during that time if you need some extra time.

You can report issues during normal business hours (M-F, 9am-5pm) to Development Services at 939-6000, Ext. 207. If you have an after-hours emergency or if the water is off in your neighborhood after-hours, you may contact one of the following Board members: Roy 939-1482; Ron 375-0302
Contact information is also available at Contact Info.

Development Services maintains close contact with both Farmers Union and Summer Lawns concerning our water availability and their site will have the latest information.Link to Dev-Services Check the notes under “Important News”.

Filter Problems

We’re still experiencing filter problems in just a few areas. The CW wand filter and the large main filter at the pump both look good. The filter at the Gazebo area has been showing quite a lot of sand. Plant matter is the normal material found in filters but sand could mean a break in a main line somewhere maybe under a pathway or street that may not have surfaced yet. Has anyone noticed excess standing water anywhere in the subdivision? If you do or if you are having to clean your filters much more often that normal please send an email to RedLeafHeightsHOA@gmail.com. Be sure to include your address.

Thanks everyone! We know that this is not an opportune time to have irrigation problems.