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As a customer, how can I be prepared for an interruption of water availability?

Disaster can strike at any time and in any community. Rivergrove Water takes special measures to protect both the availability and quality of your water supply. Although no amount of preparation can prevent a disaster, you can plan to limit its effects. One of the most important supplies to have on hand in the event of a disaster is safe drinking water. 

A good rule of thumb is to store one gallon of water per person per day. You should plan for at least 14 days in the event of a major disaster. For example, a family of four should store 12 gallons of water, one for each person and enough for 14 days. For storage, as a general rule, change your emergency water supply at least every six months to ensure freshness.