Upcoming Meetings & Events

  • Sep
    23

    9:30am Smart Gardening Workshop - Whittier

  • Sep
    25

    10:00am Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors

  • Sep
    30

    9:30am Smart Gardening Workshop - Norwalk

  • Oct
    2

    10:00am Water Resources Committee

  • Oct
    3

    10:00am Communications Committee

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  • Central Basin Awarded for Achieving Highest Standards in Financial Reporting

    Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Municipal Water District has been awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for its 2016 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). This marks the 11th consecutive year that the District has earned this recognition for its commitment to achieving the highest standards in government accounting and financial reporting.

  • Central Basin Hosts Workshop on California WaterFix

    Commerce, CA – The Central Basin Municipal Water District hosted a workshop to discuss the California WaterFix, a project that aims at improving the infrastructure that brings imported water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta to Southern California. The cities and communities in Southeast Los Angeles County, which Central Basin serves, obtain their drinking water from two sources, groundwater and imported water.

  • Making Communities Safer, Engaging the Public

    1984 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Matt Peskin, founder of the National Association of Town Watch, introduced the very first National Night Out.

  • Whittier Student Recognized as 2017 Water is Life Poster Contest Winner

    For Immediate ReleaseDate: 7/3/17Contact: Priscilla SeguraPhone: (323) 201-5504

  • Central Basin Kicks Off Water Awareness Month Emphasizing A Lifestyle Change

    Commerce, CA –  Just one month after Governor Jerry Brown declared the drought over, Central Basin is kicking off May Water Awareness Month by encouraging residents and businesses to make water conservation a way of life. Since June 2015, residents and businesses in the District’s service area have saved over 22.6 billion gallons of water.

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