Quick facts for local governments

November 30, 2016

This infographic provides information about water and sanitation. 663 MILLION PEOPLE rely on unimproved sources, including 159 million dependent on surface water.  Globally, at least 1.8 BILLION PEOPLE use a drinking-water source contaminated with faeces.

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El Dorado Hills Community Services District

SERVICES: The CSD owns and manages over 170 acres of land including 134 acres of parks -- of which 15 are undeveloped -- and 82 acres of open space. The Promontory Community Park opened in March 2007 and includes extensive sports facilities. In addition, the CSD manages apx. 24 acres of street landscape, 44,000sf of community recreation facilities, and will soon manage over 2000 acres of private open space. The fiscal year 2009-2010 budget is approximately $7.7 million and the District has a full time staff of 46 park and recreation professionals and support staff in addition to over 150 part time and seasonal employees. The CSD also manages franchise contracts for cable television and solid waste collection. It is one of eight public agencies in the State of California to manage private CC&Rs (covenants, conditions & restrictions) on residential and commercial properties.

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El Dorado Hills Community Services District

SERVICES: The CSD owns and manages over 170 acres of land including 134 acres of parks -- of which 15 are undeveloped -- and 82 acres of open space. The Promontory Community Park opened in March 2007 and includes extensive sports facilities. In addition, the CSD manages apx. 24 acres of street landscape, 44,000sf of community recreation facilities, and will soon manage over 2000 acres of private open space. The fiscal year 2009-2010 budget is approximately $7.7 million and the District has a full time staff of 46 park and recreation professionals and support staff in addition to over 150 part time and seasonal employees. The CSD also manages franchise contracts for cable television and solid waste collection. It is one of eight public agencies in the State of California to manage private CC&Rs (covenants, conditions & restrictions) on residential and commercial properties.

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