If your school is located within the Monte Vista Water District service area, then you are eligible to participate in any educational opportunity. Click here to view a map of our service area.
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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.
The water distributed by Monte Vista Water District that our customers receive at their taps meets or exceeds all state and federal drinking water standards set to protect public health.
The Federal Safe Drinking Act of 1974 and its 1986 amendments are intended to ensure the quality of our nation's water supplies. In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the California State Water Resources Control Board set forth regulations that limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems.
A drought is a period of persistent dry weather that continues long enough to cause serious problems such as plant damage and water supply shortages. When a severe drought takes place, we must all do our part to reduce water use and conserve as much as possible.
There is a Just for Kids page that has several neat websites that have lots of information about water, games and activities. Check it out! If you need additional information, call the community affairs office at 909-267-2130.
MVWD offers educational resources, materials and programs to assist educators in teaching their students about the value of water and the need to conserve. MVWD also hosts a Poster Contest and Bruce J. Lance Jr. Water Scholarship Program to incentivize students in learning more about water and conservation.
The Project Wet Workshops page provides details on what the workshops consist of and how to sign up.
Yes, any student who resides in the MVWD service area has the opportunity to apply.
Yes, any student who resides in the MVWD service area has the opportunity to participate.
Please visit the appropriate program page for details on current details, participation criteria, etc.
Art posters can be submitted in person or electronically. Visit www.mvwd.org/postercontest for current program details.
Scholarship applications can be completed and submitted online. Don’t forget to upload your essay and statement of financial need.
Yes, MVWD can visit your classroom and lead a water-related activity tailored to the students’ grade level. Please allow 2-3 weeks for scheduling and planning. Call 909.267.2130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a visit.
Yes, MVWD offers resources and activities for teachers on the resources for teacher’s page which includes web links to assist educators in teaching their students about the value of water and the need to conserve.
The Chino Basin Water Conservation District/Waterwise Community Center offers field trips to students to support place-based discovery of waterwise landscapes and exploration of the relationship between people and the environment. For more information, visit Instructor-Led Field Trips | Chino Basin Water Conservation District, CA (cbwcd.org).