Golden State Water Company (Golden State) has partnered with Central Basin to offer residents in the Golden State service area with a free Ultra High Efficiency Toilet and kits.
Central Basin to Join City of Montebello and San Gabriel Valley Water Company for Local Park Recycled Water Dedication
Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Municipal Water District will join the City of Montebello and the San Gabriel Valley Water Company (SGVWC) for the Grant Rea Park Recycled Water System Dedication on October 30, 2014.
The October Central Focus newsletter is now available and can be viewed here. The electronic newsletter highlights Central Basin's Water Conservation Retrofit Program and its positive impact on the Bellflower Unified School District.
Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Municipal Water District in partnership with Metropolitan Water District of Southern California will be hosting a free Drought Gardening Workshop in the City of Lynwood. The workshop is open to all Lynwood residents interested in learning more about water-efficient landscape designs.
Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Municipal Water District will be hosting a Groundwater Replenishment Workshop. Representatives from the Central Basin Municipal Water District, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the Water Replenishment District and the Los Angeles County Flood Control District will be discussing drought conditions, water levels and quality, and infrastructure.
The District is joined by representatives from the Department of Water Resources and Metropolitan Water District to discuss timely and critical issues in water supplies (Commerce, CA) – The Central Basin Municipal Water District hosted the 2014 District Briefing at the Clarke Estate in the City of Santa Fe Springs on Thursday, October 2, 2014. […]
(Commerce, CA) – During the September 24th Special Meeting, the Board of Directors selected Division II Director Robert Apodaca to serve as the District’s Board President and Division I Director James Roybal to serve as Board Vice President. President Apodaca, the Board’s former Vice President, succeeds Director Phillip Hawkins.