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.
Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Board of Directors adopted a Reserves Policy at the April Board Meeting. The policy is geared towards providing financial stability to achieve Central Basin’s objectives and to provide the District the ability to respond to operational uncertainties and emergencies.
Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Municipal Water District Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Mr. Kevin Hunt has been selected as the District’s new General Manager starting April 27, 2015.
During the April 27 Board Meeting, the Central Basin Board of Directors presented the Standing Ovation award to three of the District’s employees: Sharon Kumar, Dorrett Lambey and Peggy Williams. The three staff members were recognized for their outstanding efforts within the Finance Department.