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.
(Commerce, CA) – On Tuesday, September 24, 2104, the LA County Board of Supervisors approved a motion directing their staff to request a state management audit of the Central Basin Municipal Water District. The District is eager to work with the County and the State in an open and transparent manner to address any questions […]
The September Central Focus newsletter is now available and can be viewed here. The electronic newsletter includes information on the Water Bond that will be placed before voters in the November General Election Ballot.
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.