Town of Sunnyvale - April 8, 2022
New Water App available for download
The Town of Sunnyvale is excited to announce our partnership with Master Meter, Inc. to bring an advanced technology called My Water Advisor 2.0 that easily allows you to access your water account via a web-ready device (computer, lap- top, tablet, or smartphone application) in real-time while providing the following benefits:
- Create monthly water budgets.
- Proactively conserve water.
Address high consumption during the month - not after it's too late when the bill arrives.
Be notified of leaks throughout the month to address them promptly.
HOW TO SET UP YOUR ACCOUNT:
1. Visit www.mywateradvisor2.com.
2. Click "Join My Water Advisor."
3. Choose the following sign up option: "Sign up with Account Number."
4. Enter your account number and your full name as it appears on your bill.
5. Enter a valid email address and create a password.
My Water Advisor 2.0 is also available on the App Store and Google Play.
Outdoor siren and emergency notification testing
On the first Wednesday of every month, the Town of Sunnyvale will test the outdoor warning siren and the emergency notification system, weather permitting. It has been the Town's practice to test the outdoor warning siren monthly, however the Town recently added the testing of the emergency notification system to this practice.
This ensures the system is working properly and allows various Emergency Management personnel to familiarize themselves with the alert system, in the event an emergency occurs and the need to activate the system arises.
If you are not signed up to receive emergency alerts, it is important that you do so! Sign up at townofsunnyvale.org/alerts. You can also modify your existing subscription using the link provided.
Open for business
The Town would like to welcome it's two newest businesses to the Sunnyvale community; Burger King and Starbucks.
Burger King opened on Friday, April 1 and Starbucks opened on Monday, April 4.
Burn ban remains in effect
In March 2022, Fire Chief Doug Kendrick halted the issuance of burn permits until further notice due to the extremely dry conditions that Sunnyvale is experiencing. As of April 8, 2022, a burn ban remains in effect.
Sunnyvale Fire/Rescue Department does not recommend recreational burning until an improvement in weather conditions is seen. Please take caution with fire pits to avoid blowing embers and refrain from leaving fire pits unattended.
If you have any questions, please contact the Fire Department at (972) 203-0314.