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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 […]
(January 26, 2017) -Representatives of Metropolitan Water District of Southern California joined Rowland Water District earlier this month for the popular California Friendly Landscape Class.
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Cash for Classrooms Will Drive New and Exciting Water Education Programs – Rowland Water District is pleased to announce this year’s EduBucks winners who were recently selected for their dedication and commitment to providing a water-based curriculum.
Insurance Costs Remain Low While District Maximizes Every Dollar ROWLAND HEIGHTS, CA (December 30, 2016) – Rowland Water District received special recognition during the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA)/ Joint Powers Insurance Authority (JPIA) Fall Conference held earlier this month in Anaheim. Each year, the association commends water districts that have a prevention loss […]
(November 22, 2016) – Rowland Water District united with OPARC, a non-profit organization last year to assist with the painting of fire hydrants around the District.
The District has united with OPARC, a non-profit organization to give adults with special needs the change to paint fire hydrants throughout Rowland Heights.