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Mule Days: Opening Night Supper TONIGHT

Click here for tickets to the Opening Night Supper on the Mule Days website.

ICA: Memorial Day Arts and Crafts Show


Sunday Music at the Memorial Day Arts and Crafts Show

ICA is presenting a full day of free live music during our Arts and Crafts Show in the Bishop City park. The stage is located in the center of the park between the pool and the skate park.

The day's music schedule:

  • 11am-11:45am - Sage Romero and the Akamya Culture Group
  • Noon-12:45pm - High Sierra Chorus
  • 1pm-1:45pm - Coale Johnson
  • 2pm-2:45pm - Eddy Evans
  • 3pm-3:45pm - Ray and Ryan Finch
  • 4pm-4:45pm - Derik Olsen and Friends
  • 5pm-5:45pm - Sandy and the High Country

We hope to see you there!

PERFORMANCES
When: Sunday, May 29 (11am-6pm)
Where:
Bishop City Park, Bishop, CA

MULE DAYS IS BACK!


Click here for the schedule of events on the Mule Days website.

County of Inyo - Environmental Filings: Forecast 2017 Energy Resource Recovery Account


The following documents filed and/or posted on May 19, 2016 in the County Clerk's Office pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA):

Document Type: NOTICE
Project Title: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL OF ITS FORECAST 2017 ENERGY RESOURCE RECOVERY ACCOUNT (ERRA) PROCEEDING REVENUE REQUIREMENT, A.06-05-001
Lead Agency: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON

The document can be viewed here: http://www.inyocounty.us/EnvironmentalDocuments/Documents/16-022.pdf

A complete list of documents filed/posted in the County Clerk's Office pursuant to CEQA since January 1, 2010 can be viewed on the following website: http://www.inyocounty.us/EnvironmentalDocuments/EnvDocs.php

City of Bishop: Public Works - State Removes 25% Water Conservation Requirement

Public Works News Release
State Removes 25% Water Conservation Requirement

The State of California has removed the requirement that City of Bishop water users reduce water use by 25%. While it removed this primary water conservation requirement, the state left other requirements in place. The state had implemented water conservation requirements last year in response to the drought. The state is relaxing some requirements due to more precipitation last winter. To meet the 25% requirement, Bishop had limited watering to only between 5 pm and 9 am. Since the state has eliminated the 25% requirement and since City of Bishop water sources are relatively unaffected by the drought, City of Bishop water users are free to water at any time during the day. Watering during cooler times would still be suggested because watering during those times is more efficient and probably better for your plants.

The state left the following water conservation requirements in place:

  • No outdoor irrigation such that water runs off irrigated area
  • No outdoor irrigation during and within 48 hours after precipitation
  • No washing vehicles unless hose is fitted with a shut-off nozzle
  • No washing driveways, sidewalks, and parking areas
  • No decorative water features unless there is recirculation
  • Landscaping for new homes must follow state requirements

The city has a standing water conservation incentive program available to help its water customers save water. The program provides free hose nozzles, hose timers, and irrigation system timers and provides rebates for some sprinkler systems and water Public Works News Release 24 May 2016 Page 2 of 2 conserving appliances. The incentives are available only to water customers of the City of Bishop and are limited to one per customer account. Also, quantities of the free items are limited. Also remember that landscaping needs less water now than in the heat of the summer. Tailor your watering to the needs of the plants and lawn to avoid overwatering. Saving water saves money, reduces water rates, protects groundwater, and is the right thing to do. Contact the City of Bishop Department of Public Works at 873-8458 for more information on water conservation and the City’s water system.

OVPSCC: Museum Hours


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