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TOURS

Diamond Valley Lake

TVMWD partners with Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to educate stakeholders through annual tours to Diamond Valley Lake.

Colorado River via Gene Village

TVMWD partners with Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to educate stakeholders through through tours to the Colorado River Aqueduct (CRA) via Gene Village. This is one of several alternate CRA tours.

State Water Project

TVMWD partners with Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to educate stakeholders through annual tours to the State Water Project.

Colorado River Hoover Dam

Three Valleys MWD partners with Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to educate stakeholders through tours to the Colorado River Aqueduct (CRA) via Hoover Dam. This is one of several alternate CRA tours.

Plant tours for schools

Three Valleys has a water operating plant located at their headquarters site in Claremont, CA. Upon request and availability student tours may be scheduled for schools located within our member agency areas.

Contact tor more information

To participate in tours you will generally be invited by a director serving your member district retail operator. You may also reach out to TVMWD staff and request to be placed on a waiting list at 909-621-5568.

CONSERVATION AND OTHER WATER FAQs

Is it important to conserve during rainy years?

Southern California is lucky enough to have different sources of water — imported, local groundwater, surface water and some recycled supplies.  However, even during a rainy year, we are still dependent upon imported supplies to meet all of our demand.  If we save water now, realizing that wasting this resource is costly and unnecessary, we can “hedge our bets” against the cyclical droughts that are a part of our normal weather patterns.  Since 50% of California’s water is imported, we are also dependent upon things like snowfall in the Sierra Nevada, supply infrastructure, and maintaining healthy environmental conditions for fish and other wildlife. (source TVMWD website)

Drought tolerant and other native plants

Drought-tolerant and other native plants are naturally beautiful and a wonderful addition to any home garden. For more information visit, http://www.bewaterwise.com/

Is my tap water safe?

Please click here to view a video produced by Metropolitan Water District regarding water safety. (source: MWD Website)

Rebates

TVMWD participates in various rebate programs in partnership with Metropolitan Water District. Residential rebates are currently available for high-efficiency washing machines, high-efficiency toilets, rotating sprinkler nozzles, rain barrels and cisterns, weather-based irrigation control, soil moisture sensor system, and turf replacement program. For more information visit the MWD WaterSmart page. (source: MWD Website)

Be water wise

This is your one-stop for information related to residential/commercial rebates, information regarding California native plants resources and current watering index guides. We must all do our part to conserve this vital resource. (source: MWD Website)

FAQs the rest

Three Valleys Municipal Water staff have compiled a comprehensive list of of answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs). This link will direct you to the TVMWD Website FAQ section for additional information.

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