At the regularly scheduled March 25, 2020 Board Meeting, the EVWD Governing Board adopted Resolution 2020.05 and Ordinance 366 declaring a local state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
EVWD maintains essential services to customers, ensuring residents receive safe and reliable drinking water during the COVID-19 pandemic.
EVWD Closed Effective March 16, 2020. Customers may continue making a payment online, by phone, at any 7-Eleven, at the kiosk located outside of the District’s office, or by mail.
EVWD and San Bernardino City Unified School District celebrated the launch of the Water and Resource Management Career Pathway Program. This program will prepare students for a career in the water and wastewater industry.
An unknown vendor is attempting to collect credit card information over the phone by impersonating the District. If you receive a call like this, do not provide banking information and hang up.
Using state-of-art technology, the SNRC will combine unwanted food waste with material left behind during the wastewater treatment process to produce electricity.
The Sterling Natural Resource Center secures $1.49 million in funding from the California Natural Resources Agency for the development of a demonstration garden that will also serve as new community outdoor space.
East Valley Water District wants to share construction progress of the Sterling Natural Resource Center with the community. Through the installation of a time-lapse camera, community members can watch how the east side of the facility continues to develop...