ORLAND — Glenn County residents on wells will get a chance to learn about how to connect to the Orland water system in a meeting slotted for 6 p.m. Thursday.
This meeting is a follow-up to a workshop in October that discussed various solutions to dry wells in the county area surrounding Orland as a response to the drought.
“Residents south of Orland between Interstate 5 and the Tehama Colusa Canal, the area with the highest concentration of reported dry wells and at-risk wells, will be the first area served,” said a press release issued Monday by the North Valley Community Foundation.
The meeting will be held at the Glenn Success Square Conference Center located at 131 E. Walker St. in Orland. Residents who can’t make it in person can attend via Zoom at tinyurl.com/WaterConnect.
So far there have been 271 reports to Glenn County of issues with water supply. Of those reports, 181 concerned dry wells.