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Standard Specifications and Standard Drawings for the Construction of Water Facilities

Download: Standard Water Construction Notes

Download: Plan Submittal and Approval Requirements

 

Mesa Water District does not endorse any commercial entities, including backflow device testers. Any person possessing a valid certificate issued by the County of Orange Health Officer may perform testing. Click on the Orange County Cross Connection link to find backflow testers and for other Cross Connection inquiries.

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Rules & Regulations for Water Service

Mesa Water District (Mesa Water) was formed on January 1, 1960, under the provisions of the Costa Mesa Merger Law Water Code Sections 33200 and following, a special act of the California Legislature enacted in 1959. Mesa Water is a county water district operating pursuant to the County Water District Law. The Board, as authorized by Sections 31024 and 31025 of the Water Code, has established these Rules and Regulations for the sale, distribution and use of water.

Mesa Water provides water service to all Applicants, subject to the availability of water and/or the facilities necessary to provide the service, conditional upon receipt of all required fees and charges and in accordance with these Rules and Regulations.

All terms, conditions, rates and requirements contained herein are subject to change by actions of the Board.

View or download the full text of the Rules and Regulations by clicking on the buttons above.

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Fees: Deposits for New Development

A deposit will be collected on all new development to cover the actual cost for time and materials, including Mesa Water’s fully burdened labor rate, for Plan Check, Installation and Inspection work performed.
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Fees: Deposits for New Development

A deposit will be collected on all new development to cover the actual cost for time and materials, including Mesa Water’s fully burdened labor rate, for Plan Check, Installation and Inspection work performed.