Yurok Public Water Systems Boil Alert

Kepel water system Alert:
Where does my water come from? Your water comes from 1 surface water source.

The YPWS draws its water from a variety of sources, including the Klamath River, the Trinity River, and several smaller creeks and springs. The water is treated at a state-of-the-art water treatment plant before it is distributed to customers. The YPWS also has a comprehensive water quality monitoring program in place to ensure that the water meets all applicable state and federal standards.

May be an image of body of water and text that says 'okTrid YUROK TRIBE Public Water Systems PO Box 1027 Klamath, CA 95548 (530)625-4130ext1625 625-4130 Attention: Conserve and Boil Water Advisory Officially effective for the Kepel Public Water System February 7,2024 This notice is currently effective until lifted by YPUD We are sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience. If you have any questions or comments, you can contact: Kevin Latham- PWS Manager 530-440-4339 klatham@yuroktribe.nsn.us'
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The Yurok, Kepel Water System is a water supply system that serves the Yurok Tribe in Northern California. The system is operated by the Yurok Tribe’s Department of Public Works and is funded by a variety of sources, including federal grants, tribal funds, and user fees. The System is a gravity-fed system that draws water from the Klamath River. The water is then treated at a water treatment plant before being distributed to customers. The system also includes a reservoir that stores water for use during peak demand periods.

source: Yurok Public Utilities Division

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