News from CVWD

CVWD – Roadmap. Crescenta Valley Water District (CVWD) takes great pride in delivering high quality, reliable and cost-efficient water and wastewater services to our 33,000 customers. As we uphold our mission statement “To provide quality water and wastewater services to the Crescenta Valley community in a dependable and economically responsible manner,” it is important that we recognize our key challenges and develop solutions now to secure our mission and reach our vision for the future of our District.
Imperial County, CAholtvilletribune.com

IID Pounds Pavement to Head Off Bill

Imperial Irrigation District officials are making a last-ditch effort to amend or kill proposed legislation that could fundamentally transform the governing board of the agency, Assembly Bill 1021. At the heart of the issue is how the bill could force the district — which provides water and power to virtually...
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Energy Industrycvwdwater.com

Wellhead Treatment Facility Update

CVWD's Wellhead Treatment Facility is currently underway at our property on the northwest corner of 19th and Sapphire Streets. The purpose of this treatment facility is to treat water from three wells which will increase water production and improve system reliability. Construction began mid-November 2018 and is ongoing. To view...
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Energy Industrycrescentavalleyweekly.com

OP ED A Way Forward: Crescenta Valley Residents Provide Valuable Input On Water Reliability Issues

As a local water supplier, Crescenta Valley Water District (CVWD) values the input of our customers and is committed to involving them in all aspects of our operations. In early 2020, CVWD staff formed a Community Advisory Committee (CAC) to gather input on funding for capital improvement programs, specifically pipeline replacements. Committee members applied for the role and were selected based on their familiarity with the issues and their interest.