The Wellness Program invites you to participate in a challenge to pack your lunch from home (and eat it) every day for two weeks!
Here are some benefits of packing your lunch:
This is a friendly reminder that our Employee Assistance Program provider changed as of Jan. 1, 2019.
The Holiday Luncheon is an opportunity to celebrate the successes of the year and show appreciation for each employee's dedication and hard work over the past year. Thank you everyone for a great year!
Congratulations to Deion Gonsalves for being awarded Employee of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of 2018!
Congratulations to Maria Baritell for being awarded Employee of the Year for 2018!
Congratulations to the LVE Prop 1 Funding Team for winning Team of the Year for 2018! The team includes fourteen employees from various departments.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Monday to mark the completion of the project. Thanks to all the employees involved in the early efforts to reduce the overall project cost by $18 million, by suggesting an alternative solution to relocating our LV pipeli...
On November 29, Director of Engineering Rachel Murphy participated in the Girls Lead the Way STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Summit, which was presented by Chevron in partnership with the Contra Costa Economic Partnership, Contra Costa Tr...
We are excited to announce a new Wellness Program dedicated to encourage employees’ personal and professional productivity, and physical and mental well being. This new program is intended to promote a work site culture that inspires employees’ goals...
Check out this Bald Eagle spotted by Jill Suitos-Novak at Mallard Reservoir. Thanks for sharing, Jill! Do you have on the job photos you'd like to share with everyone on the Employee Website?
The utility is potentially facing billions of dollars in damages as state authorities investigate PG&E equipment as a possible cause of the Camp Fire. Bankruptcy could affect wildfire victims seeking damages...
Public health is every society’s and every drinking water system’s most fundamental objective. The prosperity and existence of civilizations rest on drinking water being safe, available and affordable.
Governor Gavin Newsom today [Friday] announced the appointment of his California Natural Resources Agency Secretary and California Labor and Workforce Development Agency Secretary, and senior advisors and members of the communications team...
“This is commonsense legislation to facilitate much-needed safety improvements to the Contra Costa Canal,” said Senator Feinstein. “Transferring the title will help save lives and modernize the Contra Costa Canal system.”
A National Heritage Area designation would authorize $10 million in federal funding over 15 years to provide matching grants to local governments, historical societies, and community nonprofit organizations throughout the Delta.
“ACWA wants to work with Gov. Newsom, his administration, the Legislature and other stakeholders on a funding solution that does not impose a statewide water tax.”
Tackling what promises to be a controversial issue, Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed a tax on drinking water Thursday to help disadvantaged communities clean up contaminated water systems.
City officials contend the State Water Resources Control Board is overreaching with a new, sweeping plan to restore California’s depleted river system by limiting draws on such water supplies as San Francisco’s Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in Yosemite.
Water management in California has always been challenging. The state’s variable climate is marked by long droughts and severe floods, with stark regional differences in water availability and demand. California’s “water grid...Read the Summary...
Water management in California has always been challenging. The state’s variable climate is marked by long droughts and severe floods, with stark regional differences in water availability and demand. California’s “water grid...
As his term as governor drew to a close last month, Jerry Brown brokered a historic agreement among farms and cities to surrender billions of gallons of water to help ailing fish species. He also made two big water deals with the Trump administration...
While a number of the amendments to the Guidelines simply codify the implementation of CEQA as currently required by case law, many of the changes will significantly alter the application of CEQA to future projects.
California’s proposal, prompted by legislation passed in 2015 but also informed by its landmark human-right-to-water law from 2012, aims to bridge the gap between utility resources and customer needs.
Fully developed and analyzed voluntary agreements that protect public health and the environment should be encouraged. Faced with proposals that were anything but, the board did the right thing in not delaying further.
From the California Water Commission: The latest climate change assessments show reduced Delta exports and carryover storage due to climate change likely by mid-century.
“The last few years have shown how variable California’s climate truly is and what a profound impact climate change has on our water resources,” said DWR Director Karla Nemeth.
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