COMMERCE, CA – In recognition of the Central Basin Municipal Water District’s operational and financial improvements, Moody’s Investor Service has assigned a stable outlook to the District. The previous rating had a negative outlook. This update to the rating is reflective of actions taken to strengthen the District’s financial stability.
In June 2014, the District was notified of a motion by the LA County Board of Supervisors to ensure continued water deliveries for residents in the Central Basin service area. At the time the District expressed our eagerness (view press release) to work with the County in an open and transparent manner to address any questions that the County had about Central Basin.
(Commerce, CA) – Central Basin Board President issued the following statement regarding the action to place a revised Water Bond on the November 2014 General Election Ballot: “The action by the Legislature to place a revised Water Bond on the ballot provides the opportunity for Californian’s to consider the investments proposed in the bond at a much lower price tag than was initially proposed.
COMMERCE, CA – The Central Basin Municipal Water District is pleased to announce it has been awarded a grant from the United States Department of Energy to retrofit public facilities, implement a notification awareness program and install software to manage water and energy use in its recycled water delivery system. The grant makes history as the first project aimed at reducing water and energy consumption simultaneously.
The August Central Focus newsletter is now available and can be viewed here. The electronic newsletter provides detailed information on the State Water Resources Control Board’s action to implement outdoor water regulations. If you are interested in subscribing to the Central Focus newsletter, please complete this form.
(Commerce, CA) – In light of California’s persistent drought, Central Basin Board President issued the following statement: “Our state in the midst of a distressing drought. These historic dry conditions have driven California to the highest classification of drought. To assist our cities during this challenging time the Central Basin Municipal Water District is offering access to resources, rebates and programs to our stakeholders.”
Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Board of Directors adopted a resolution in support of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP) at their July Board Meeting. The BDCP is a 50-year ecosystem project designed to improve water supply reliability and restore habitat in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.