Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Municipal Water District is working with Moody’s Investor Service as they review the District’s Aa3 Certificates of Participation. This review is in alignment with Moody’s policy of performing a surveillance review on every creditor in its portfolio at least once a year. Moody’s officials have indicated that it will be closely reviewing all California water and sewer agencies within its portfolio this year that rely on volumetric sales as a result of the State of California’s new conservation standards.
Commerce, CA – Over the next several week’s students across Southern California will be returning to school. The Central Basin Municipal Water District is excited and proud to announce that with the kicking off of the 2015-16 school year, we will once again be providing our award winning education programs to students in our service area. The District will also be debuting a new program aimed at educating students on the water and energy nexus.
Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Municipal Water District is partnering with local retail water agencies to provide increased conservation resources to residents and businesses in the Central Basin service area. At the July Board Meeting, Central Basin Directors authorized the General Manager to authorize agreements with several retailers to increase rebates on water efficient devices. This action to increase conservation rebates will help cities and retailers meet their conservation mandates.
Due to unprecedented public demand for incentives, Metropolitan Water District has exhausted funds for TURF REMOVAL rebates. Incentives for other devices are still available, visit www.socalwatersmart.com for a complete list of available rebates.
Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Municipal Water District Board of Directors voted to adopt the Central Basin Strategic Plan at the May Board of Directors Meeting. The Strategic Plan serves as a blueprint for Central Basin’s strategies in fulfilling its mission, goals and objectives. The Strategic Plan was developed in a collaborative process with feedback from the Central Basin Board of Directors, District purveyors and District employees.
The Central Basin Municipal Water District Board of Directors adopted the 2015-16 Operating Budget and Preliminary Capital Improvement Projects Plan with no rate increases.
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) has received an overwhelming response to the Conservation Rebate Program and due to the response, all program funding has been committed. Additional funds may become available as early as May 26, 2015. Please visit www.socalwatersmart.com after May 26 for the most up to date program information.