The Board of Directors of the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (Valley District) approved a resolution supporting the California WaterFix today.
Valley District is in the process of updating its 2011 Hazard Mitigation Plan as required by FEMA.The primary purpose of Mitigation Planning is to develop sustainable, self-reliant, disaster-resistant communities.
At least 200 local residents a day are enjoying Bryce E. Hanes Park and Jon Cole Skate Park, which opened May 13th.
San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, and its partner Western Municipal Water District, are taking an important step toward increasing their ability to capture more stormwater to refill a local groundwater basin.
San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District is pacing itself to import a record 86,000 acre feet of State Water Project water this year from Northern California, the district announced today.
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.
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.
San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District has just produced a summary of the 1969 settlements between agencies in San Bernardino and Riverside counties.
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.