El Prieto Canyon Weir
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Ion Exchange Perchlorate Treatment System
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Olive Avenue Treatment Plant
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California Friendly Garden
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Ware Reservoir
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Water Conservation Garden
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A message from the Board of Directors:

Lincoln Avenue currently has an opening on the Board of Directors, and invites
applications from qualified individuals.
Qualifications:
Prospective candidate must be a shareholder and own property in Lincoln's service area.
Role of the Director:
"For information on a director's duties and obligations, click here:"
Deadline:
Interested parties should submit their resume by Monday, July 28, 2014.
For questions, please contact Bob Hayward, General Manager, at (626)798-9101, ext. 213.

State Of California Water Drought Information

2013 was the driest year in recorded history for many areas of California, and current conditions suggest no change is in sight for 2014. Water conservation is always important in California, but this year no Californian can afford to waste any water. We all need to do our part. Therefore, Lincoln Avenue Water Company has taken the following measures:

1.  Voluntary Water Use Reduction Request  Click here. 

2.  Resolution Establishing a Moratorium on New Water Connections  Click here.

What we do

Lincoln Avenue Water Company, a Mutual Water Company, was established in 1883 to supply water to the western region of Altadena, an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County. As a mutual water company, its shareholders are the people that are served by its distribution system. There are over four thousand meters that serve a population of over 16,000 people.

Lincoln Avenue Water Company reservoirs range in elevation from 1202 feet at the main pumping plant to 2146 feet at our highest reservoir. Other reservoirs are located at intermediate elevations and each has a distribution system supplying adequate water pressure.

The Company is not in business to make a profit, but to serve potable water to its owners (stockholders) at cost. The Company is managed by a five person Board of Directors which oversees the Company operations (“Board”). Water rates are adjusted to meet our operating expenses, plus an allowance for improvement and replacement of the water distribution system.

2014 Capital Projects

Infrastructure Upgrade / Current Projects

Distribution / Facility

  • North Glenrose Reservoir Roof-Support (Structure)
  • Ware Reservoir - Solar System
  • Glenrose Booster #1 and Olive Booster # 5  Rehabilitation
  • Ware Reservoir - Ventilation Up-grade
  • Well #3 Performances Inspection and Evaluation
  • System Isolation Valve Replacement
  • PVC Service Line Replacement
  • IX and GAC Valving Modification and Up-grade
  • Scada System Up-grade
  • Utility Billing System - Up-grade

 

 Pipeline Replacement

  • East Mariposa St.-(Fair Oaks to Raymond - 1186' of 8" Cement Lined Steel Pipeline)
  • Altadena Dr.-(Altadena Dr., to Casitas - 962' of  8" Cement Lined Steel Pipeline)
  • Crestford North of Altadena Dr.-( 648 ' of  8" Cement Lined Steel Pipeline)
  • Ridgeview-(Altadena Dr., South to Mariposa - 648' of  8"  Cement Lined Steel Pipeline)