Legislation co-sponsored by EMWD that would improve resources for failing water systems now awaits the signature of Gov. Jerry Brown after gaining widespread support from both houses of California’s legislature.
EMWD was recently awarded $750,000 in grant funding from the United States Bureau of Reclamation for the construction of a large diameter raw water pipeline in the San Jacinto Valley that will help provide long-term water supply sustainability.
EMWD has received a funding appropriation of $2.78 million from the United States Army Corps of Engineers through its 2018 workplan, furthering a long-term partnership that has greatly improved water supply reliability within EMWD’s service area.
In this issue: ∙ July is Smart Irrigation Month ∙ Home Water Surveys ∙ Irrigation/Landscape Tips ∙ Landscape Contest ∙ Sign Up for Continuous Usage Notifications ∙ Water Quality Report Now Available ∙ Contact EMWD
EMWD prides itself on delivering a safe and reliable drinking water supply at an exceptional value, and the month of May is the opportune time to celebrate those services that help sustain our health, lifestyles and economies.
In This Issue… • EMWD Leads Regional CWAD Coalition • Assessments Help EMWD, Customers Improve Efficiency • Local Agriculture Benefits From Recycled Water • Regional Program Focus on Groundwater Reliability