News Release Archive: 2005
The San Diego County Water Authority celebrated the groundbreaking of the first-ever Water Authority-owned water treatment plant. The Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant will be located just ...
The days are getting shorter and the weather cooler. Shorter days mean shorter watering times. In the autumn, lawns and gardens throughout the San Diego region need less water. As San ...
The San Diego County Water Authority and its 23 member agencies will host the seventh annual “Creating Paths to Partnerships Networking Forum.” The annual workshop provides information to ...
The San Diego County Water Authority board of directors took action at a special meeting today to approve construction of a 100-million gallon per day water treatment plant. The plant will help ...
The San Diego County Water Authority has issued a request for increased conservation efforts during this current hot spell. Just as we “Flex our Power” to conserve energy, residents and ...
The San Diego County Water Authority in partnership with SDG&E will host a workshop on energy issues for water wastewater, landscape and agricultural communities and agencies:
The results of a recent public opinion survey conducted for the San Diego County Water Authority, shows that many San Diego County residents support the development of local water resources over ...
The San Diego County Water Authority board members and community and labor representatives cut a ribbon on a 102-inch pipe today to officially begin the largest construction project in Water ...
The San Diego County Water Authority board of directors today approved a $1.338 billion budget for fiscal years 2006 and 2007 that funds the agency’s operations and capital improvements. The ...
The San Diego County Water Authority received the 2005 Multicultural Heritage Award at the 10th Annual Multicultural Heritage awards luncheon May 19, 2005 at the San Diego Marriott Hotel & ...
The San Diego County Water Authority today announced the completion of its first wetland creation project, eight acres at the northeast end of the San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve in Encinitas. ...
The San Diego County Water Authority board of directors today approved an agreement with the city of Carlsbad that defines how the two agencies plan to work together to develop a regional seawater ...
After several months of negotiations, staff from the city of Carlsbad and the San Diego County Water Authority have reached a proposed interagency agreement on the development of a regional ...
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Olivenhain Dam and ...
Spring has arrived and daylight savings time is just ahead. Despite all the rain this season, the San Diego County Water Authority reminds county residents that we live in a desert where water ...
The Water Authority is tapping common sense and technology to improve water conservation efforts. The Water Authority’s new conservation program, Smart Landscape, enhances the health and beauty ...
The San Diego County Water Authority’s Olivenhain Dam and Reservoir project has been selected one of five merit finalists in the worldwide 2005 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement ...
The San Diego County Water Authority and the Helix Water District today dedicated the new Moreno-Lakeside Pipeline. The new 4.7-mile pipeline will provide up to 80-million gallons per day of ...
The San Diego County Water Authority formally opened its new outreach office in El Centro today with an open house and reception. The office will be staffed by Grace Sesma, Water Authority public ...
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Water agency customers in several San Diego County communities have received…
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