Rowland Heights, CA (Sep. 11, 2017) – Expansion of a Rowland Water District (RWD) recycled water pipeline project will save enough fresh water to allow for a 450,800-square-foot development with retail stores, a restaurant, hotel rooms and meeting space.
August 24, 2017-– For the 26th year in a row, Rowland Water District (RWD) will join the community and local businesses at the 45th Annual Buckboard Days parade.
Rowland Heights, CA (July 9, 2017) – On June 13, 2017 the Rowland Water District Board of Directors unanimously adopted the 2017-2018 budget of $21.8 million. The Operating Budget will provide affordable rates for customers and allow the District to continue managing its water costs and services as efficiently as possible. In the past 64 […]
Rowland Heights, CA (July 12, 2017) – Rowland Water District has released its 2016 Consumer Confidence Report, which is available online at www.rowlandwater.com or in person at the District Headquarters. Every year, The Consumer Confidence Report compares drinking water quality to state and federal standards based on water samples conducted by the District during 2016.
Two students from Alvarado Intermediate School in Rowland Heights took first place in the Broadcast Media and Digital Art Contest against 31 total entries, the largest amount of entries total in the contest.
Rowland Water District (RWD) received over 500 student submissions in this year’s Water is Life Poster Contest, which aims to raise awareness of the value of water.
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Spectacular drone footage shows water pouring into Lake Berryessa’s Morning Glory Spillway for the first time in nearly 10 years, after rains eased California’s long drought. Photo/Video: Evan Kilkus via Storyful
Through this Friday, March 24th, Rowland Water District will participate in Fix a Leak Week in partnership with the Environmental Protection (EPA) Agency’s WaterSense® program.
For the first time in its near 50-year history, overflow water at Lake Oroville Reservoir is sent down an emergency spillway. Damage in the concrete in early February reduced dam releases, resulting in high storm runoff pouring into the reservoir and causing the overflow. Lake Oroville is the heart of the State Water Project which […]