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DWA's lobby is currently closed to the public. We encourage all customers to pay their bill electronically or by phone. We have assistance for those in need - please see the "Get Help" section on the home page.

El vestíbulo de DWA esta cerrado actualmente al publico. Recomendamos que paguen su cuenta electronicamente o por telefono. Tenemos asistencia para aquellos que necesiten – por favor vea la sección ‘consigue ayuda’ en la página de inicio.

     

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Latest Updates

Webinar: Veggies, shrubs & artificial turf, oh my!

Join us on May 22  from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. and learn fun & appealing alternatives to grass. 

Desert Water Agency will host and moderate a webinar featuring experts on unique desert plants,  vegetable gardening in the desert and synthetic turf. 

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Businesses Urged to Flush Stagnant Water Upon Reopening

As some businesses begin to reopen, Desert Water Agency reminds stores, businesses and any unoccupied buildings to run stagnant water down the drain before drinking or using for other typical uses. Water sitting still in pipes for extended periods can build up microbes or mold and become discolored. 

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Customer relief extended through mid-July

After reflecting on the significant impacts our community has seen due to COVID-19, Desert Water Agency’s Board of Directors voted unanimously on Tuesday, May 5 to continue the Agency’s customer relief efforts through mid-July.

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Webinar: Go water wise and save

Webinar: Go water wise and save

Desert Water Agency will host a webinar from 10 – 11 a.m. on April 29 to show customers how they can conserve water and save money on their water bills through incentives.

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Essential Work Continues as DWA Goes Virtual

To ensure tap water remains safe and available during this public health crisis, Desert Water Agency repairs leaks, replaces failing pipelines and conducts water testing. As field crews continue essential work, Board of Directors and office staff are going virtual and responding to the economic hardship so many are facing.

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DWA waives late fees and cancels water shutoffs

In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) emergency, Desert Water Agency’s Board of Directors voted unanimously to waive all late fees and hold off on water shutoffs for 60 days (starting March 17).

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Head to the sink not the store

Head to the sink not the store

By Joseph K. Stuart, DWA's Board President  -  The other day at the market I saw lots of empty shelves.  I had heard about our local stores running low on hand sanitizers and toilet paper.  However, I did not expect that bottled water was a coveted quarantine stockpile item.  People need to go no further than the sinks in their homes for water in a quarantine scenario.

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Shoppers Don’t Need to Stockpile Bottled Water

Shoppers Don’t Need to Stockpile Bottled Water

Many local stores are experiencing high volume purchases of hand sanitizer, toilet paper and bottled water. Desert Water Agency is alerting the community to the fact that tap water is a safe, reliable and less expensive alternative to purchasing bottled water.

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Road work on Indian Canyon Drive at Tahquitz

Tomorrow (Wednesday, Jan 29), from about 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Desert Water Agency will pave over the new water line for the Agua Caliente's new Cultural Center on Indian Canyon Drive at Tahquitz Canyon Way. 

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