Our electrical and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Services primary responsibility are to maintain all electrical, electronic, instrumentation, associated control data networks, and SCADA systems and their networks that are used to supply water to District customers as well as systems that treat water. Additionally, the electrical services group continues to revise operating systems for efficiency and ease of operation. Monitor District facilities for electrical violations and safety hazards to maintain an electrically safe environment.
Water Quality is responsible for protecting the public health while ensuring the District delivers high-quality water to its customers. To accomplish this, Water Quality investigates and resolves water quality issues, customer inquiries, and complaints; maintains a system of sampling; completes analysis and State/Federal regulatory reporting; operates and maintains systems for disinfection; and implements and supports District projects.
The Mechanic Maintenance (Garage) provides maintenance and recordkeeping of all District Fleet to include all vehicles and heavy construction equipment. The District Mechanic maintains the fleet daily, ensuring the fleet is operational 24 hours per day, 7 days per week for customer service calls and emergency response. Additionally, this area also maintains and makes repairs to all other miscellaneous small equipment and field equipment.