CVWD commits considerable resources to make sure a steady supply of water is always available. That is why the district operates under the guidance of a Water Supply Master Plan.
This plan helps the district prepare for future demands. It considers population growth and the infrastructure needed to continue serving customers with a reliable supply of water.
When the next drought strikes, the CVWD already has options. The Water Supply Master Plan includes clear guidelines for reducing water use to conserve resources.
Earthquakes are also a way of life in Southern California and CVWD is ready. It has emergency generators in place to keep systems operating, and connections with neighboring water districts that can be tapped into as a temporary source of water.
Ongoing maintenance is the key to reliable service. CVWD crews work each and every day to identify leaks and repair them as quickly as possible. This reduces water waste and reduce the chances of a larger rupture.
These are just a few examples of how CVWD plans to keep delivering water to customers well into the future.