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.
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.
Unprecedented teamwork among local water districts to establish a regional water storage program has received statewide recognition as the Innovative Project of the Year by the California Special Districts Association, the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District (SBVWCD) announced today.
Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to bring the Upper Santa Ana River Wash Habitat Conservation Plan to fruition.