Click here to view our 2013 Water Quality Report
Please call 760-788-2200 if you would like to request
a printed copy of the 2013 Water Quality Report.
Water distributed by the Ramona Municipal Water District meets all State and Federal standards and is tested daily! Our 2012 Consumer Confidence/ Water Quality Report was proudly mailed to District customers in June of this year. Please click here to view this report.
RMWD personnel will always show District identification when contacting our customers, and will NEVER ask to enter your home. We do not typically collect water samples directly from our customers, but from established water collection stations.
Commercial water treatment companies may contact you to offer their products and/or services. Please be advised, these contacts are not from the Ramona Municipal Water District. Should you have any questions about RMWD, please contact us at 760-789-1330. Thank You.
An article by the President of the Ramona Chamber of Commerce, published in their September newsletter.
Information on Assembly Bill x129. The bill that was signed by Governor Brown established a fire protection fee for structures within the State Responsibility Area (SRA). The bill required the Board of Forestry and Fire Protection (Board) to establish emergency regulation to implement the new fee. The website includes appeal process, FAQs and SRA Viewer to help determine if this bill applies toward your property.
The SRA (State Responsibility Area) Fee or Assembly Bill x129 is a fee established by the California State Assembly, and the Ramona Municipal Water District or Ramona Fire Department do not receive any revenues from this fee. THE SRA Fee is a new fee and it is in addition to any other fees or taxes.
The Ramona Fire EDU Fee of $188.52 is a fee that was approved by the people of Ramona in 1983. All of the Ramona Fire EDU Fee is used to partially pay the cost of Fire and Paramedic Services provided by the Ramona Fire Department/CAL Fire for the community of Ramona. The Fire EDU Fee was last changed in 1996 and has not been increased for 16 years.
For further information, please review the SRA Fee FAQs.