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Riverside County’s family of water agencies reassures customers that their tap water is safe, their system is reliable

Riverside County’s family of water agencies this past week launched a collaborative campaign with a goal to continue assuring customers that the region is coming together during this unprecedented time to maintain essential services to the communities they serve.  The regional campaign aims to reinforce the collective efforts the agencies have undertaken as essential service providers to protect public health during the COVID-19 (corona virus) pandemic.

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EMWD Celebrates Water Awareness Month

Perris, CA (May 12, 2020) — Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) is proud to celebrate Water Awareness Month throughout May by continuing efforts to bring our customers safe and reliable water services.

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EMWD Administration Center.

EMWD Closes Public Access to Promote Public Health

Perris, CA (March 18, 2020) — In response to public health recommendations surrounding the outbreak and spread of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) this week closed its main lobbies to the public until further notice.

There will be no interruption in water, wastewater or recycled water services during this period.

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EMWD General Manager Paul Jones, Senator Dianne Feinstein, EMWD President Ron Sullivan, EMWD's Jolene Walshand EMWD

EMWD Honors Sen. Feinstein with Water Champion Award

Perris, CA (March 12, 2020) — Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) today announced that United States Senator Dianne Feinstein has been awarded its Water Champion Award.

The EMWD Water Champion Award is presented to an individual who shows exemplary service in helping EMWD achieve its mission of providing clean, reliable water, wastewater and recycled water management services for residents of western Riverside County.

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Glass of clean water.

EMWD, UCR Partner on Water Affordability Study

Perris, CA (January 28, 2020) — An academic study by the University of California, Riverside’s (UCR) School of Public Policy, conducted in partnership with Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD), has found that water and sewer costs within EMWD’s service area were a fraction of the federal government’s water affordability threshold.

UCR reviewed eight years’ worth of monthly water bills from EMWD’s service area and compared household water costs the costs of water to other household expenses as a fraction of median household income (MHI). They find that, on average, monthly water and sewer costs accounted for approximately 1.5 percent of median monthly household income.

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