June 18, 2015
The Governor of California has instituted a mandate to all State agencies, including school Districts to immediately take steps to conserve water. In addition, there is a state-wide moratorium placed on new, non-essential landscaping projects. The state-wide goal is to reduce water consumption by 25%.
On May 26, 2015, the Lincoln City Council adopted regulations and restrictions that are in compliance with the new state regulations. The City needs to meet a mandatory reduction of 36% of its total water consumption. The regulations are effective immediately. Please see link for further information: http://www.lincolnca.gov/Home/Components/News/News/48/73?backlist=%2f
Anticipating the water conservation mandates, Western Placer Unified School District has taken a pro-active approach to water conservation for the last 3 years and has significantly reduced water consumption at all campuses and District properties.
With the current mandatory restrictions placed on landscape irrigation WPUSD is reducing all watering to 2 days per week (Monday and Thursday after 9 p.m. and before 8 a.m.) as mandated by the City of Lincoln. Please contact the maintenance & grounds department @ (916) 434-5000 to report suspected leaks, broken sprinklers or water run-off at any of our campuses.
Some key points in our water conservation best management practices include:
Links to State & Local Water Conservation Information Websites:
Association of California Water Agencies - http://www.acwa.com
State Water Board Drought Year Water Actions -http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/waterrights/water_issues/programs/drought/
Placer County Water Agency -http://www.pcwa.net/
The grounds crew is following the mowing schedule listed below. If you suspect leaks in your irrigation system, please let the maintenance and grounds department know immediately.
Feel free to contact the Director of Maintenance and Operations if your site has special needs
or events and we will do our best to accomodate.
(916) 434-5000- Stan Brandl
- Creekside Oaks Elementary School
- First Street Elementary School
- Phoenix High School
- Lincoln High School
- Lincoln Crossing Elementary School
- Carlin C. Coppin Elementary School
- Sheridan Elementary School
- Foskett Ranch Elementary School
- Twelve Bridges Elementary School
- Twelve Bridges Middle School
- Glen Edwards Middle School
If you accidently set off an alarm at one of the campuses, please call the monitoring company listed below with the school name, account number and password. This will ensure that the police will not be dispatched to the site.
The account number and password to each site will be provided by your site Administrator, along with the protocol for disarming and arming the system.
INTEGRATED FIRE SYSTEMS, INC. CENTRAL STATION :
The custodial staff at Western Placer Unified School District
are committed to maintaining a clean and healthy learning
and teaching environment for all students, teachers, staff
and the community to enjoy. Utilizing on-going training
and industry-proven equipment, the standard of cleaning
throughout the District meets or exceeds State & Federal
Below, are the checklists that the custodial staff uses to
assure that all areas have been cleaned during our summer
deep cleaning of all campuses.
Here is a powerpoint presentation about this summers' projects
documents/Z Hanging Docs/Summer 2013.ppt
documents/Z Hanging Docs/Summer Cleaning- Interior Classroom.doc
Click on the above link for interior cleaning details
documents/Z Hanging Docs/summer cleaning- restrooms.doc
Click on the above link for restroom cleaning details
documents/Z Hanging Docs/exteriorcleaning2013 WPUSD.doc
Click on the above link for exterior cleaning details
Western Placer Unified School District has one of the most diligent Storm Water Management
plans in Northern California. Utilizing state-of-the-art containment and reclamation systems
at the Transportation Yard, a scheduled monitoring and testing program and on-going training
on new regulatory requirements, our District ensures that our environment is not negatively affected.
Our latest Storm Water Management report can be located at the following link: