MVWD turns 90! (Oct 2, 2017)
Monte Vista Water District is celebrating its 90th anniversary!
2017 "Water is Life" Poster Contest Winners (May 20, 2017)
Monte Vista Water District is proud to announce the winners of its annual "Water is Life" art poster contest.
2016 Annual Water Quality Report Now Available (May 15, 2017)
Monte Vista Water District has published its 2016 Annual Water Quality Report (2016 Reporte Anual de Calidad de Agua). The report demonstrates that the District provides our customers with a high quality water supply that meets all federal and state drinking water standards. If you would like a paper copy mailed to your home, please click here or call 909-267-2165.
Thanksgiving Holiday - Offices Closed (Nov 9, 2017)
The District offices will be closed over the Thanksgiving Holiday, November 23-24, 2017.
Governor Declares Statewide Drought Emergency Over (Apr 10, 2017)
Monte Vista Water District is now on Facebook! (Oct 21, 2016)
District Certifies Drought-Resilient Water Supplies (Jul 1, 2016)
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.
District Rescinds Water Shortage Declaration, Maintains Water Use Requirements (Jun 30, 2016)
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.
2015 Urban Water Management Plan Adopted (Jun 29, 2016)
Water Discharge in San Antonio Channel (Aug 8, 2016)
District customers have asked questions about the water flowing in the San Antonio Creek Channel. This is a controlled release and delivery of imported water, which is captured in its entirety before it reaches the ocean and stored in Orange County's groundwater basin. All of this water will be used, and none will go to waste.