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Water Quality Report now available online

Water Quality Report now available online

Lots of people are curious about water in the desert. Where does it come from? How is the quality? Is it safe to drink?

Our annual Water Quality Report, now available on our website, answers those questions and many others. It contains a variety of useful information including an FAQ section that answers common water quality questions and sample results from water delivered in 2018.

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New election division map available for review

A new division map for Desert Water Agency elections is now available for public review. There are four maps (A, B, C & D) that members of the public can review and provide feedback on.

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Sierra snow levels at 188%

Sierra snow levels at 188%

The final snow survey of 2019 showed a healthy late-spring snowpack and that means ample water supplies across the state, according to the California Department of Water Resources.  

The survey taken May 1 at the Phillips Station in the Sierra Nevada mountains shows a snowpack of 188 percent of average thanks to the wet winter.

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Key Claims Dismissed in Agua Caliente’s Case Against Water Agencies

Court says water agencies haven’t harmed the Tribe

A federal court announced on Friday, April 19 that the Agua Caliente Tribe was not harmed because it has always had access to as much high-quality water as it needs. The judge ruled that the Tribe does not have standing, the right to pursue a lawsuit against the local public water agencies, Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD) and Desert Water Agency (DWA). The only claim remaining in the Tribe’s lawsuit is the “narrow issue” of whether the Tribe has an ownership interest in storage space for groundwater under its reservation, the court wrote.

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Sierra snowpack boosts local water supply

Sierra snowpack boosts local water supply

Statewide the Sierra Nevada snowpack is 162 percent of average, thanks to the wet winter that has heavily dusted the mountains.

The Department of Water Resources conducted their fourth snow survey of 2019 on April 1 and recorded 106.5 inches of snow depth and a snow water equivalent of 51 inches.

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Maps for division elections available; more public hearings set

Maps for division elections available; more public hearings set

Maps that show how Desert Water Agency’s service boundary could be divided for elections by division are available on the agency’s website at www.dwa.org/divisions.

Two public hearings are planned for customers to share input on the maps.

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DWA to host rebate workshop

DWA to host rebate workshop

Desert Water Agency will host a rebate workshop on Wednesday, March 27th at 9 a.m. at its office (1200 S Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs).

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Desert Water Agency invites public to Butterfly Block Party

Desert Water Agency invites public to Butterfly Block Party

Desert Water Agency is hosting a free community event from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, outside our main office, 1200 S. Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs.

The 2nd annual event features fun activities for the entire family and encourages the community to visit its pollinator garden and wall art. In addition to people, the garden aims to attract: Monarch butterflies, Queen butterflies, hummingbirds, bees, bats and other pollinators.

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Snow Creek Village on water conservation notice

Snow Creek Village on water conservation notice

Snow Creek Village residents are being asked to conserve water through March 15 while crews work to repair facilities damaged in the area during the Feb. 14 storm.

Water quality has not been affected due to the damage. Tap water is safe to drink and use as normal for cooking and sanitary needs. But we ask residents to not use water for irrigation, washing down pavement and other nonessential uses.  

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Rain alert - turn off sprinklers

Rain alert - turn off sprinklers

Rain is expected to douse the greater Palm Springs area into Friday morning.

Don’t forget to turn off your sprinklers and let your yard drink up rain. After measurable rainfall leave your sprinklers and irrigation off for at least two days.

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