Brayden O’Brien and Megan Murillo took home top honors at the Metropolitan Water District’s bewaterwise.com annual poster art recognition ceremony. Just 36 students from over 10,000 entries throughout Southern California were chosen to be featured in the BeWaterWise calendar this year.
Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District has implemented Stage II of its Water Shortage Contingency Plan for emergency drought conditions, EVMWD is asking customers to help protect our future water supply by taking measures to reduce their water use.
Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) routinely opens fire hydrants to blast stagnated water and sediment from local water mains. The presence of fine sediment in the water system poses no public health hazard, however the accumulation of sediment may cause water to become discolored or develop an unpleasant taste and odor