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  • Employment Opportunities | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    Opportunities Your application will be saved online and can be used to apply for other jobs with East Valley Water District East Valley Water District is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer Title Notify Me Search Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest Delicious Stumble Upon Blogger LinkedIn Windows Live Home My Account Printer Friendly Email Page Contact Us RSS Site Map Translate Page Notifications Documents Benefits Claim for Damages Employment Opportunities MOU Personnel

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  • History | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    City of San Bernardino Water service remained with the District however primarily due to logistics and cost Highland Beyond In 1987 the City of Highland incorporated Now the district s previously agriculturally dominated service area is urbanized Before September 2000 the district s service area was approximately 14 750 acres or 28 5 square miles An annexation in September 2000 increased the district s service area by 3 228 acres and included the Greenspot Ranch Area The district has a service population of approximately 65 000 and collects no tax money All services are financed solely by rates customers pay only for the benefits and services they receive Expert Service Because the district focuses on providing 2 services water and sewer East Valley Water District has put together a professional team of experts to operate and maintain both systems The district has developed a straightforward management structure consisting of a Board of Directors that is elected by its customers a general manager and staff members The Board of Directors consists of 5 members of the community who represent their neighbors To assure the highest quality they hire trained professionals to operate and maintain the district s facilities This combination of

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  • North Fork Water Company | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    based on that agreement and East Valley Water District s projected delivery December through May using 1 4 flow of Santa Ana River at the point known as The Divide Month Miners Inch Day MID Est Daily River Flow CFS NF Share CFS NF in Miner s Inches Miner s Inches per Share January 2016 ¼ flow of Santa Ana River at The Divide 22 5 5 275 1 2 February 2016 ¼ flow of Santa Ana River at The Divide 22 5 5 275 1 2 March ¼ flow of Santa Ana River at The Divide 22 5 5 275 1 2 April ¼ flow of Santa Ana River at The Divide 22 5 5 275 1 2 May ¼ flow of Santa Ana River at The Divide June 500 July 600 August 600 September 550 October 450 November 400 December ¼ flow of Santa Ana River at The Divide Monthly Delivery Obligation The water deliveries in the period June through November may be reallocated between months but no more than 600 day inches are to be delivered in any 1 month Water deliveries from December through May are subject to change based on the amount of flow available Deliveries Deliveries may be cancelled at the customer s request To cancel delivery please contact our offices at 909 889 9501 and ask to speak with Allen Williams or Brenda Van Meter For assistance Friday weekends or holidays please call 909 889 9501 and ask to speak with the on call pump operator Contact Us Patrick Milroy Operations Manager Email Phone 909 806 4229 Allen Williams Water Production Supervisor North Fork Zanjero Email Phone 909 806 4227 Brenda Van Meter Administrative Assistant Email Phone 909 806 4223 After Hours On Call Pump Operator Phone 909 889 9501 FAQs Who should

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  • Groundwater Resources | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District While State Water Project deliveries are an important component of the District s long term water plan it has accounted for approximately 2 of water usage since 2010 Plant 134 Water Filtration Facility The Plant 134 Water Filtration Facility treats local surface water from the Santa Ana River and purchased water from the State Water Project s Devil s Canyon Pump station The water goes

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  • East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    889 9501 Public Affairs 909 885 4900 Water Conservation 909 806 4287 General 909 889 9501 http www eastvalley org directory aspx DID Enter search terms to display a list of entries in the Staff Directory JavaScript is required and must be turned on for a listing to appear on this Directory entry page We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause Live Edit Close Search Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest

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  • State Water Project | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    the district and other water agencies throughout the San Bernardino Valley Imported water is available and used on an as needed basis The State Water Project consists of 22 dams and reservoirs The largest storage reservoir with a capacity of 3 5 million acre feet is the Oroville Dam in Northern California From there water flows south to the Bay Delta where the North and South Bay aqueducts serve San Francisco Bay area communities The 444 mile long California Aqueduct begins at the Delta Pumping Plant and parallels Interstate 5 south to the Tehachapi Mountains To cross the Tehachapi s into southern California water is lifted by 2 000 feet at the Robert D Edmonston Pumping Plant Usage About 30 of State Water Project water is used for irrigation mostly in the San Joaquin Valley Approximately 70 is used for residential municipal and industrial use mainly in Southern California Water from the State Water Project is more expensive than water that the district obtains locally due to wheeling charges and pumping costs But having State Water Project water available for use during emergencies and drought situations provides security for the district Title Notify Me Search Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest Delicious

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  • Water Testing & Treatment | East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    Confidence Reports For more information or questions regarding our water quality please contact Mike Hurst Water Quality Coordinator at 909 772 5154 Plant 134 Expansion Improvements Plant 134 is a surface water treatment facility that is located just north of Highland Avenue The new improvements converted the existing facility into a membrane filtration plant and allow the district to increase capacity from 4 million gallons a day MGD to 8 MGD The reason for the improvements to the plant is to meet the Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfectants By products Rule established by the EPA The rule establishes a maximum contaminate level MCL for various byproducts and minimum treatment requirements for regulatory compliance The effective date for treatment facilities to be compliant is July 2012 Disinfectant byproducts are primarily formed when a disinfectant such as chlorine reacts with naturally occurring organic material in source waters East Valley Water District takes pride in the high water quality in the service area and this project in an example of actively remaining in compliance with strict water quality standards Storm Water Run Off Prevention Stormwater is urban runoff water that has picked up pollutants as it flows through the storm drain system a network of channels gutters and pipes that collect runoff from city streets neighborhoods farms construction sites and parking lots and empties directly into local waterways Unlike sewage which goes to treatment plants to remove toxins urban runoff flows untreated through the storm drain system and directly into our local water bodies Anything thrown swept or poured into the street gutter or a catch basin the curbside openings that lead into the storm drain system can flow into our channels rivers and eventually to the ocean The beauty of pollution prevention is that everyone in San Bernardino County plays a part

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  • East Valley Water District, CA - Official Website
    any inconvenience Please use this number to reference this error 80000000d25c622fec18335c Return to HOME page Live Edit Close av This Bl nk Search Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest Delicious Stumble Upon Blogger LinkedIn Windows Live Home My Account Printer Friendly Email Page Contact Us RSS Site Map Translate Page Notifications Documents Recycled Water Effort Employment Opportunities District Boundaries Agendas Minutes Public Notices Drought Update Frequently Asked Questions Media Center Notify Me

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