The cold winter season is fast approaching! Let’s help make it warm for those in need by supporting the national non-profit organization, One Warm Coat. Please donate clean, ready to be worn coats, sweaters, jackets, sweatshirts, scarves, hats o...
As Customer Service Supervisor, Dominic is the epitome of ‘exceptional service.’ He started at the District over 26 years ago and worked his way up from the mail room. Dominic truly cares about the customer experience and motivates his...
ACWA on Oct. 15 submitted “A Roadmap To Achieving the Voluntary Agreements” to Gov. Gavin Newsom and top members of his Administration that calls on the State to take the necessary steps to re-engage on Voluntary Agreements (VAs) regarding the Delta...
The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) recently launched an environmental justice community survey to gather input to inform Delta Conveyance Project planning. The survey, entitled, “Your Delta, Your Voice,” seeks direct input...
California’s Water Year 2020 has come to a close and while Northern California was mostly dry, parts of Southern California experienced above average precipitation. The water year ended below average and further demonstrated the impact of climate change.
As they tear through forests and developed areas, fires in California, Oregon, and Washington have destroyed water infrastructure and released chemical contaminants.
A major expansion of the Los Vaqueros Reservoir took a step forward with the release of the Final Feasibility Report by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) that concluded the initiative is economically viable.
The primary goals of the legislation are to use water more wisely, eliminate water waste, strengthen local drought resilience, and improve agricultural water use efficiency and drought planning.
The Bureau of Reclamation has released the Final Feasibility Report, which documents potential costs and benefits of the Los Vaqueros Reservoir Expansion Project.
Marathon Petroleum Corp. has decided to indefinitely halt production at its Martinez oil refinery, about three months after the company idled the facility because of decreased demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Reclamation announced today ongoing congressionally mandated contract conversions pursuant to the WIIN Act. Today’s release includes draft repayment contracts from the Central Valley Project south-of-delta contractors for a 60-day public comment period.
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