Did You Know?

Monte Vista Water District is implementing a 30-year, $100 million capital improvement plan to upgrade its water production and distribution systems.

Your Water District

The Feather River in Northern CaliforniaThe Feather River in Northern California, one source of imported water for the District

Where Your Water Comes From

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Drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) can come from a variety of different sources, including rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs and groundwater.

Monte Vista Water District's drinking water supply is obtained from two main sources:

In addition, the District owns stock in San Antonio Water Company and receives its entitlement through a connection with the City of Upland. The sources of Upland's water supply include groundwater, local surface water (San Antonio Canyon), and imported surface water.

Monte Vista Water District also distributes non-potable recycled water through a separate distribution system for customers to use for non-drinking purposes (landscape irrigation).

 

To learn more about the role of water utilities, the costs that go into providing water services and how customers can help keep water affordable and available, click here to watch "Water: What You Pay For" video.