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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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Water line work on Agua Caliente’s Cultural Center starts today

Desert Water Agency crews are installing a water service line at the request of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians for its new Cultural Center at Indian Canyon and Andreas Road in Palm Springs.

The project was originally scheduled to occur before the Indian Canyon two way conversion, however the tribe rescheduled it several times.

Work along Indian Canyon Drive started Tuesday, Jan. 21 and should be completed by the end of the month.

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Soak up water education

Soak up water education

If you’ve ever been curious about water in the desert, then Water Counts Academy may be for you.

In its fourth year, the academy returns to UCR-Palm Desert in February with classes from 5:30-7:30 p.m.each Tuesday.

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Desert water agencies plan for future

Desert water agencies plan for future

Coachella Valley water agencies met Monday to kick off the 2020 Urban Water Management Plan process, required by the state every five years.

Representatives from Coachella Valley Water District, City of Coachella, City of Indio, Mission Springs Water District and Myoma Dunes Water Company, all attended the meeting held at Desert Water Agency.

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Historic water agreement promotes reliability

Historic water agreement promotes reliability

DWA General Manager Mark Krause and other water leaders gathered on Dec. 11 to sign a historic agreement that brings more reliability to DWA’s water supply.

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Discover DWA through tours

Discover DWA through tours

Ever wanted to see a water recycling plant up close? Or a well site where water is pumped from the underground aquifer? Maybe a reservoir where water is stored?

During our upcoming tour, people will get a chance to do all that and more.

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