April 22 marks Earth Day, a worldwide push to protect and appreciate our environment. Over a full year has passed since the COVID -19 pandemic began, and Earth Day reminds us of our impacts on nature, both good and bad. For more than two decades, The Water...
The Water Conservation Garden Remains OPEN with Modifications for the Community During Time of Need The Water Conservation Garden will remain open for walking, hiking, holiday lights and retail shopping with some modifications. Under California health guidelines The...
The Water Conservation Garden is proud to announce that admission will be free for veterans this Veterans Day. Our garden thanks its local veterans for their bravery and service to our country. Visitors will be able to enjoy a series of beautifully themed...
Two Vista homeowners received recognition from the Vista Irrigation District Board of Directors for their entries in the District’s 2020 WaterSmart Landscape Contest at its July board meeting.
The Sweetwater Authority received CAPIO’s EPIC Award earlier this month for its innovative communication for the Hydro Station Education Experience. Photo: Sweetwater Authority
The Sweetwater Authority received CAPIO’s EPIC Award earlier this month for its innovative communication for the Hydro Station Education Experience.
The Water Utility Hero of the Week highlights essential work performed during the COVID-19 pandemic by the San Diego County Water Authority and employees of the San Diego County Water Authority’s 24 member agencies.
Three new fish-friendly seawater intake pumps, recently commissioned at the Claude “Bud” Lewis Carlsbad Desalination Plant, are among the most environmentally advanced intake pumps in the world. The pumps are part of a broader effort to ensure the long-term health of the marine environment near the Plant, which sits on the shores of Agua Hedionda Lagoon.
East San Diego County firefighters and first responders will be better prepared to respond to emergencies due to improved communication capacity through a new partnership with the Helix Water District.
The water industry is among the sectors that are classified as essential. Emily Fleming, Padre Dam Municipal Water District Customer Service Representative, is the Water Utility Hero of the Week.
Helix Water District recently completed a new demonstration landscape outside of its administration building in La Mesa. The project is intended to inspire and educate the surrounding communities to install WaterSmart landscaping, and it serves as an example that residents can use to help design their own landscaping.