Dogwood Mountain Homeowners Association

Citizens Advisory Committee (Asbestos Reports)

November 2019


October 2019

On 2 October 2019, Fresno County Water Works District #41 issued a notice that Asbestos levels tested above the maximum level. While this is “not an immediate risk”, it may have risks “over many years”. You can read the complete notice (PDF) for more information.


April 2019

The County of Fresno announced a public meeting of the Shaver Lake Citizens Advisory Committee (SLCAC) on Apr 26 at the Central Sierra Historical Society.


December 2018

Robin Sanchez of Fresno County sent an email notification with 3 attachments.


August 2018

The SLCAC announced a public meeting for Sep 14, 2pm, in the Shaver Lake Community Center. The agenda will include an update on the asbestos issue. Instructions are provided for receiving email notifications of future meetings. You can read the complete notice (PDF) for more information.


July 2018

On 25 July 2018, Fresno County Water Works District #41 issued a notice that Asbestos levels tested above the maximum level. While this is “not an immediate risk”, it may have risks “over many years”. You can read the complete notice (PDF) for more information.

On 5 October 2018, Fresno County issued another notice, with a reduced asbestos level. You can read the complete notice (PDF).


December 2016

Dogwood Mountain water is least affected by the asbestos degradation except for the costs of implementing the fix.


December 2014

Fresno County is researching ways to address a problem with Asbestos Cement Pipe in the Shaver Lake area. We have collected some documentation from the Shaver Lake Citizens Advisory Committee (SLCAC) here.


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