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Did you know that Cypress Ridge is a Cliff & Barn Swallow nesting site? The Swallows return here each year.  They feed on mosquitoes and other bugs and help us have a bug free spring and summer. 

The Federal Migratory Bird Protection Act of 1918 protects Swallows.

  • It is illegal to destroy a completed nest between Feb.15 - Sept.1
  • Old nests vacated by the birds may be removed after Sept. 1st.

U.C. Davis has information on preventing swallow colonies at www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/PESTNOTES

  • Scroll down to "Birds, mammals, and reptiles: Verterate pests".  
  • Click on "Cliff Swallows".

 How do you spot a Swallow’s nest?  Look for clumps of mud near the eaves of the house.  Nests under construction may be removed using high power water to knock down the mud – make sure you get all the mud off the house.  An incomplete nest looks like a quarter or half cup & may have eggs in it.  You may need a ladder to check out the nest.  If it does not have eggs in it, then you can knock it down.  The Swallows will try to rebuild the nests you knock down so, be diligent about removing the mud before it builds up, but always check to make sure there are no eggs in the nest.


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Water Conservation
IMPORTANT CYPRESS RIDGE WATER ISSUES
 
Golden State Water Company is implementing Stage 2 of the Staged Mandatory Water Conservation and Rationing filing for the Cypress Ridge service area effective September 19, 2021.
 
Watering Days
 
Outdoor irrigation is restricted to two days per week, between 7pm-8am on the specified watering day(s).
 
(Addresses ending in an even number may responsibly water on Sunday, Wednesday)
 
(Addresses Ending in an odd number may responsibly water on Tuesday, Saturday)
 
Failure to comply with these restrictions may result in the installation of a flow restrictor device along with associated fees for installation and removal.
 
No Customer shall use GSWC's water for non-essential or unauthorized uses as defined below:
a.  The application of potable water to outdoor landscapes in a manner that causes runoff onto adjacent property, non-irrigated areas, private and public walkways, roadways, parking lots, or structures.
b.  The use of a hose that dispenses potable water to wash a motor vehicle, except where the hose is fitted with a shut-off nozzle or device attached to it that causes it to cease dispensing water immediately when not in use.
c.  The use of potable water for washing buildings, structures, sidewalks, walkways, patios, tennis courts, or other hard-surfaced, non-porous areas.
d.  The use of potable water in a fountain or other decorative water feature, except where the water is part of a recirculating system.
e.  The use of potable water for watering outside plants, lawn, landscape, and turf area during certain hours prohibited by applicable laws or rules, during and up to 48 hours after measurable rainfall (0.1" or more.
f.  GSWC will promptly notify customers when aware of leaks within the customer's control; the failure to repair any leaks, breaks, or other malfunction resulting in water waste in a customer's domestic or outdoor water system within forty-eight (48) hours of notification by GSWD, unless other, specific arrangements are made with and agreed to by GSWC.
g.  The serving of water, other than upon request, in eating and drinking establishments, including but not limited to restaurants, hotels, cafes, bars, or other public places where food or drink are served and/or purchased.
h.  Hotels; motels must provide guests with the option of choosing not to have towels and linens laundered daily and prominently display notice of this option.
i.  The use of potable water for irrigation of ornamental turf on public street medians. The use of potable water for irrigation outside of newly constructed homes and buildings that is not delivered by drip or micro spray systems.
j.  Commercial, industrial and institutional properties, such as campuses, golf courses, and cemeteries, immediately implement water efficiency measures to reduce potable water use in an amount consistent with the mandated reduction.
k.  Further Reduction in or the complete prohibition of any other use of water declared non-essential, unauthorized, prohibited, or unlawful by an authorized government or regulatory agency or official.
l.  Use of potable water for watering streets with trucks, or other vehicles, except for initial wash-down for construction purposes (if street sweeping is not feasible), or to protect the health and safety of the public.
m.  The outdoor irrigation restriction does not apply to trees or edible vegetation watered solely by drip or micro spray systems.