Helping Nature Store Our Water


Here's where you can get the latest information on what is going on in the San Bernadino Valley Water Conservation District. There are press release fact sheets and other information on various issues related the District in the listing below.

A decade-long partnership between three local water districts to enhance recharge capabilities in the Upper Santa Ana River Basin took a major step forward this month when the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District Board of Directors approved plans and specifications for the Enhanced Recharge Project Phase 1B. Design for this new phase of improvements was completed by the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District and Western Municipal Water District, and will be constructed by those districts on lands owned by the conservation district, which in turn will operate the facilities. The improvements, once completed, are expected to increase recharge capacity to 500 cubic feet per second.