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 series of three digitally printed textile layers illustrates a recording of layered sounds of the watershed in an art installation on display at UC Irvine's Langston Institute and Museum of California Art created by multimedia environmental artist and activist Linda Gass, who created the piece to address the changing watershed and its history: from the highly engineered infrastructure of today, and its endangered species and under-served communities, to the front-most layer of what the indigenous watershed may have looked like based on consultation with local tribes.

Read more: Santa Ana River Watershed featured in UCI art installation

The San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District Board of Directors has selected a new president and vice president to serve in 2021, following the swearing-in of two incumbent members.

Read more: SBVWCD Board of Directors reorganizes following oaths of incumbent members

San Bernardino Valley experienced a good year for groundwater storage, despite a relatively dry period in 2019-20, the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District announced today.

Above-average levels of water were recharged into local groundwater basins this past year, while precipitation levels in the mountains and valley were about 25% below average for the same period.

Read more: Water Year Storage Totals Higher than Normal, Despite a Dry Year