‘The Placer County experienced a heavy downpour in October”, Squaw Valley reports. This affected some of the water systems. Squaw Valley was a victim of this anomaly. Squaw Valley adds that this unexpected weather event resulted to an inundation of an upgraded water system. They had installed this upgrade during summer at Gold Coast and High Camp. This was the reason behind the contamination of the water. Learn more: http://mynews4.com/news/local/e-coli-found-in-squaw-valley-resort-water-health-officials
Squaw Valley makes it clear that this storm only affected the two above-mentioned water systems. This means that the rest of the water systems were still safe since they do not supply water from these two systems. Moving forward, Squaw Valley reports that they did not supply any contaminated water to members of the public.
The Squaw Valley Public Service District in conjunction with the Placer County Environmental Health conducted a testing exercise that detected this contamination Squaw Valley comments. They also claim to have acted with high urgency and sounded out with other experts in the water safety field. Squaw Valley takes delight in the consultation, adding that it was of great help because it helped them to take the most effective measures to address this water safety issue. They promised to proceed with these strategies until the water system gets back to its safe levels.
Squaw Valley assured the members of the public that they would always get safe water since they will not use the water systems at the Gold Coats and High Camp until experts, such as health officials, ascertain its safety. They confirmed that all the water supplied to the public is safe for any use.
Squaw Valley said that customer safety is their priority and that they always want customers to access clean and safe water at all times. They vowed that they are treating the matter with great caution just the way they treat any other safety challenge that affects customers.
In the meantime, Squaw Valley promises every guest at High Camp and Gold Coast of full access to the resorts’ facilities. Besides, they will get free bottled drinking water. The guests would also be updated accordingly once the water safety experts resolve this issue.
Squaw Valley sends sincere regards to the Squaw Valley Public Service District and the Placer County for the assistance offered. It also appreciates the continued cooperation towards resolving this matter.