The San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (Valley District) is seeking public input on the Upper Santa Ana River Tributaries Restoration Project. Valley District prepared a Notice of Preparation (NOP) for the Upper Santa Ana River Tributaries Restoration Project in Riverside County.
More than 100 high school students throughout Riverside and San Bernardino counties came together to compete in the Annual Inland Solar Challenge held at Yucaipa Regional Park on the weekend of May 20. The challenge requires high school teams to build solar powered boats and race against each other.
SBVMWD will begin a seven‐month project to relocate a 45‐year‐old, 1,450‐foot section of the Foothill Pipeline near the San Manuel Casino to an undeveloped area immediately behind the Casino. Construction is expected to begin May 21 and be completed by November 30.
Valley District Wins $1 Million Grant to Develop a New Model to Predict Surface and Groundwater Flows Along the Santa Ana River
San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District has been awarded a $1 million grant from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that will enable it to develop a mathematical model for predicting surface and groundwater flows along the Santa Ana River.
Valley District has updated its 2011 Hazard Mitigation Plan as required by FEMA. The updated Plan has been reviewed/approved by the San Bernardino County Office of Emergency Operations, California Office of Emergency Services and FEMA.
Inland Empire cities, water districts and departments are joining forces in a manner never before seen in San Bernardino County: establishing a collaborative of agencies working together to ensure the long-term viability of underground water supplies, now at historic lows after 20 years of drought.
The San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District is taking advantage of last year's record-setting storms and filling its three reservoirs.
San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District provides water security to Inland Empire communities by planning for future water needs and by importing State Water Project water to help meet those needs.
Water Agencies Are Excavating a 700-foot Long Basin Downstream From Seven Oaks Dam That Will Remove Sediment From Santa Ana River Water
Construction of the “sedimentation basin” will result in more efficient groundwater recharge efforts as our local drought continues into its 20th year.
The San Bernardino Valley took another step toward the development of recycled water today, when the City of San Bernardino and its Water Department reached an agreement to resolve all current litigation with San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District and East Valley Water District.
The Board of Directors of the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (Valley District) approved a resolution supporting the California WaterFix today.