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For an overview of all completed, active and upcoming projects and programs, see the District's interactive map application.

 

Central Feeder Project Phase I

The San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (Valley District) overlies the Bunker Hill Groundwater Basin (Basin) which has an estimated capacity of 5 million acre-feet. The Basin serves approximately 600,000 residents in the East San Bernardino Valley from San Bernardino in the west to Yucaipa in the east. The basin also serves approximately 300,000 residents in the City of Riverside.  Read more...

City Creek Turnout

San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (SBVMWD) owns and operates the City Creek Turnout, located near 6680 Summertrail Place in Highland, CA.  State Water Project (SWP) water is delivered to the City Creek Turnout through the Foothill Pipeline.  SBVMWD proposes to modify the existing Foothill Pipeline City Creek Turnout (Turnout) and construct an 18-inch diameter raw water pipeline with water conveyance appurtenances, such as valves and additional piping, to provide controlled diversions of raw water from the Foothill Pipeline to East Valley Water District’s (EVWD) Water Treatment Plant 134 (Plant 134). Read more...

East Branch Extension

East Branch Extension is a State of California Department of Water Resources project. East Branch Extension was conceived by the Department of Water Resources (Department), San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (Valley District) and San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency (Pass) to allow delivery of State Water Project water to the San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency Service area and to the Yucaipa Valley and the Mill Creek areas within our district. Valley District contracted with the Department for a supply of water from the State Water Project in 1960 and the Pass contracted for a supply of water in 1962.  Read more...

Inland Empire Brine Line

The Inland Empire Brine Line (Brine Line) is a gravity pipeline that delivers non-reclaimable waste from the Santa Ana River watershed upstream of Orange County to a treatment plant in Orange County owned and operated by Orange County Sanitation District. Various water agencies throughout the watershed purchased capacity in the Brine Line to fund its construction.  Read more...

Integrated Regional Water Management Plan

In 2005, the Upper Santa Ana Water Resources Association (Association) agreed to develop an Integrated Regional Groundwater Management Plan (IRGM Plan) to address major water management issues for the communities of the Upper Santa Ana River Watershed. San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (Valley District), as the regional water agency, agreed to lead the planning effort and received a grant from the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) to prepare this plan.  Read more...

Santa Ana River Water Rights

Valley District has provided leadership in the management of water resources throughout its service area since its formation in 1954. In addition to its State Water Project contract that is used to provide supplemental water within its service area, Valley District has diligently pursued the acquisition of additional local surface water in an effort to increase water supply reliability for its customers.  Read more...