This Community Strategic Plan for the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District (“District”) was Community Strategic Plan
developed during 2012 and early 2013 as a Community Strategic Plan built on the Board’s 2010 Strategic Plan. The purpose of the update was to assess progress from the 2010 plan and to evaluate certain elements of the 2010 plan for community support and financial feasibility. The Strategic Plan completed in 2010 was created to assist the District Board and Management in the development of a vision for the District shortly after the efforts to consolidate the District were not upheld. Certain expansion strategies and financial issues were of concern to various communities and partners. The Board set aside the approved plan and commenced with the short term actions and seeking community and partner feedback on the Community Strategic Plan.

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Projects

The District is near completion of the Santa Ana River Wash Plan, a Habitat Conservation Plan covering local infrastructure, expanded water conservation and mining and trails in the Santa Ana River Wash.

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Conservation

The District has been responsible for Water Conservation for over 100 years. Recharging the groundwater basin in wet times so you have water in dry years.

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