Title 22. Social Security
Division 4. Environmental Health
Chapter 14. Water Permits
Article 3. State Small Water Systems
§ 64211. Permit Requirement.
(a) No person shall operate a state small water system unless a permit to operate the system has been issued by the local health officer.
(b) A state small water system shall submit a technical report to the local health officer as part of the permit application. The report shall describe the proposed or existing system as follows: service area, distribution system including storage and pumping facilities, the water source including source capacity, water quality, and any water treatment facilities. The report shall identify the owner of the system and the party responsible for day to day operation of the system. The report shall include a plan for notification of those served by the system under emergency conditions. The report shall describe the operating plan for the system and shall specify how the responsible party will respond to failure of major system components.
(c) A change in ownership of a state small water system shall require the submission of a new application.
(d) A state small water system shall provide the following notice to the consumers served by the state small water system: “The domestic water supply for this area is provided by a state small water system. State regulatory requirements for operation of a state small water system are less extensive than requirements for larger public water systems. If you have questions concerning your water supply, you should contact [insert (1) name of water system, (2) name of responsible person, and (3) telephone number] or your local health department.” This notice shall be by direct delivery on an annual basis or by continuous posting at a central location within the area served by the state small water system.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 116340, 116350, 131052 and 131200, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 116275 and 116340, Health and Safety Code.
22 CCR § 64215
§ 64215. Water Supply Requirements.
Prior to receiving permit approval, a state small water system which was not in existence on November 12, 1991 shall demonstrate to the local health officer that sufficient water is available from the water system’s sources and distribution storage facilities to supply a minimum of three gallons per minute for at least 24 hours for each service connection served by the system.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 208 and 4010.8, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 4010.1 and 4010.8, Health and Safety Code.
22 CCR § 64216
§ 64216. Mutual Associations Prohibited.
No state small water system which was not in existence on November 12, 1991 shall be issued a permit to operate if the water supplier is an unincorporated association organized under Title 3 (commencing with Section 20000) of Division 3 of the Corporations Code.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 208 and 4010.8, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 4010.1, 4010.8 and 4014, Health and Safety Code.