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NOTICE: Bottled Water Program Hiatus
NOTICE: Bottled Water Program Hiatus
Coronavirus Response Action (March 26, 2020)
Heeding the California Governor's Executive Order N-33-20 proclaiming a State of Emergency while assessing the latest guidance provided by the State and County Departments of Public Health and following similar actions taken from numerous surrounding public agencies and member agencies of the Central Basin Municipal Water District (District), the District is temporarily taking additional precautionary measures to District operations to protect public health, reduce community spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect the health of the District's Directors and employees
Coronavirus Response Actions
Heeding the President's Declaration of a National Emergency while assessing the latest guidance provided by the State and County Departments of Public Health and following similar actions taken from numerous surrounding public agencies and member agencies of the Central Basin Municipal Water District (District) 1, the District is temporarily taking precautionary measures to District operations to protect public health, reduce community spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect the health of the District's Directors and employees as follows:
Central Basin MWD's Water Quality and Supply Remain Unaffected by the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Central Basin Municipal Water District’s (District) mission is to deliver reliable and high-quality water, now and for future generations. The health and safety of our Directors, staff, and communities we serve are our top priority. We would like to assure you that COVID-19 has no impact on the District’s water quality or supply.
Two Local Students to be Included in Metropolitan Water District's 2020 "Water is Life" Calendar
Commerce, CA – Two local students from the Central Basin (District) service area were selected to have their artwork featured in Metropolitan Water District’s (MWD) 2020 “Water is Life” calendar. The calendar is comprised of artwork with encouraging messaging from students in grades K-12 to use water efficiently by conserving more.