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Notice

The Roamingwood Sewer and Water Association’s Board of Directors would like you to be aware of two very important issues related to RS&W’s operations.

Issue 1 – Curb Stops and Valves: As stated in RS&W’s Rules and Regulations, no unauthorized person shall open or close any of RS&W’s curb stops or valves in any public or private water service line. Water shall not be turned on or off at the street by any person who is not an authorized agent of RS&W. Noncompliance may result in a fine of $100 per occurrence.
Please contact RS&W staff for assistance in this matter. There is a $20 charge for turning the water supply to a structure off and on again after initial connection which bears no charge.

Issue 2 – Easements: The reservations and restrictions of the Hideout reserve utility easements along the boundaries of each property. Utility easements cover a ten foot strip along property lines abutting a street and a five foot strip on each side and rear of the lot. Most lots do not have utilities along the side and rear, but only along the street.
During work on utility easements, Roamingwood staff found that some property owners have planted trees and shrubs in the easement area.
Property owners should be aware that should it become necessary for RS&W to work in the easement area, the property owner may be called upon to immediately remove such landscaping. However, if necessary, RS&W may, at its discretion, remove any or all such landscaping located in the easement area. Under no circumstances will RS&W be liable for replacement or damage caused to any landscaping located within the easement.

 

* New constructions: Landscaping on RS&W easements is prohibited. It is essential that we have landscape – free access to our water and sewer utility lines in order to excavate for repairs or replacement.
 
Residential Water Supply and Wastewater Service Connections
The links below will take you to illustrations depicting typical connections to the RS&W systems. Please note the location of the house main water shut-off valve, and the vent / cleanout for your sewer line. Knowing where these are may prove to be very useful in the event of an emergency (ruptured pipe, blocked drain, etc…). Please also note that the homeowner is responsible for their lines to the service connections at the street. If you should have any question as to where your responsibility lies concerning water / wastewater service lines, please contact our office at (570) 698-6162 to speak with a RS&W representative.
 
Typical Residential Water Service Connection
Typical Residential Sewer Service Connection

 

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