The City of Sacramento Department of Utilities has just issued this alert for the residents of Curtis Park:

We wanted to let you know that we have heard from a few neighbors in the Curtis Park area that there are some people knocking on doors claiming to need access to their homes and properties to “inspect the water line.”

Please help us to remind neighbors that the City and its contractors will not need to access the inside of their homes to do work on the water main construction project currently in the neighborhood. The Contractor, T&S Construction, will need access to their front and back yards, but a 7-day and then a 24-hour notification in the form of a door hanger will be delivered to the homeowner in advance of accessing back yards.   

All City employees and the project inspector, Annie Martin who is an employee of Psomas, will wear ID badges and drive vehicles labeled as a City vehicle or a Psomas truck.  T&S Construction employees drive trucks labeled “T&S Construction”.

If you are approached by someone needing access to your home or yard, please ask to see ID. If you are at all uncomfortable, deny access to the property and contact the police department and the City’s Project Manager, Paul Barnes at 808-1442 or Michelle Carrey 808-1438.

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