District News

Algae Blooms Affecting Taste of Water. Update: The District is responding to taste and odor issues associated with its imported water supply. Your water is safe to drink. The District has transitioned to local supply sources to improve water flavor. If customers continue to experience taste and odor issues, please contact the Operations Department at (909) 624-0035, Ext. 185. More...

District Certifies Drought-Resilient Water Supplies. The District, in partnership with local agencies, has certified to the State Water Resources Control Board that it has surplus water supplies available to meet projected demands even under ongoing drought conditions. Click here to view the District's state drought self-certification documents. More...

District Rescinds Water Shortage Declaration, Maintains Water Use Requirements. MVWD thanks our customers for helping us reach our state-mandated water use reduction goal! MVWD has sufficient water supplies to meet demands even under continued drought conditions, so on June 22 the Board of Directors lifted its shortage declaration. Please note: year-round water use efficiency "best practices" are still in place and will be enforced. Click here to report water waste. More...

2015 Urban Water Management Plan Adopted. The Board of Directors has adopted the district's 2015 Urban Water Management Plan, which demonstrates that the district has surplus supplies to meet projected demands for at least the next 25 years. More...

"How Do You Save Water" Winners. MVWD would like to thank all of our customers who participated in the District's "How Do You Save Water" Campaign! Your creative submissions were reviewed, and two lucky winners have been selected to receive a free water-efficient toilet and installation.Congratulations, Julieta Aguilar and Maria Mendoza both from Montclair!
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