In The Spotlight
In 2014, Valley District marked its 60th anniversary. To learn more, visit our history page and view the commemorative history book and documentary video.
The San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (Valley District) was formed in 1954 as a regional agency to plan a long-range water supply for the San Bernardino Valley. It imports water into its service area through participation in the State Water Project (SWP) and manages groundwater storage within its boundaries.
Is the Drought Really Over? Local Groundwater Basins Remain at Historically Low Levels
While wet weather up North is good news, agencies in western San Bernardino County still depend on local rainfall for 75 percent of their water.
Dozens of San Bernardino Families Plant Water Efficient Trees and Shrubs at Bryce Edward Hanes Park
Parents joined with their children and grandchildren on Saturday to plant several different varieties of Water Saving Garden Friendly plants and shrubs at San Bernardino’s Bryce Edward Hanes Park, which is expected to open to the public in April.
Inland Empire Water Agencies Import Record Amount Of Water This Year
Water agencies pooled their resources to import nearly 67,000-acre feet of water through Valley District this year. That’s enough water to sustain more than a quarter of a million people for one year.
Regular Board Meeting
May 02, 2017 02:30 PM
Legislative & Policy Committee
May 03, 2017 01:30 PM
External Affairs Committee Workshop
May 04, 2017 09:00 AM