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Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) is pleased to announce that John Adams, who has an extensive history in public sector finance, has been hired as EMWD’s new Chief Financial Officer.
Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) has been recognized with the 2020 Utility of the Future Today award for EMWD’s groundbreaking approach to expanding its recycled water system.
This week Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) received recognition and recertification by the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) for its industry-leading safety achievements. EMWD again obtained Cal/OSHA Voluntary Protection Plan STAR status, exemplifying the safety culture and corresponding recognition it first achieved and has continuously held since 1999.
Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) was recently recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association, marking the 16th consecutive year that EMWD has earned the distinction.
As we face the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 and a changing world, this summer is looking different for many of us than it has in the past. But no matter how you celebrate summer activities, we at Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) will continue to ensure you have the safe water you need.
Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) has released its 2019 Consumer Confidence Report, which provides customers information about their drinking water quality and sources.
Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) today finalized an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board (State Board) that will significantly increase what was already the largest grant award in EMWD’s history.
Now more than ever, the availability of safe, clean and reliable tap water is critical to the well-being of residents and businesses in communities
Back in September the Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD), awarded the contract for the Basin Project, which is on a 39-acre site at the west corner of Mountain
Despite unusually heavy rains during the past year, we are acutely aware that recurring droughts, dependence on imported water and climate variation all affect the availability of water locally and throughout the state.
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