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.

If you’ve ever been curious about water in the Coachella Valley and the elaborate process involved in delivering safe and reliable water to homes and businesses – CV Water Counts Academy is for you.

The academy kicks off on Feb. 4 and is going virtual this year with free classes via Zoom. The deadline to apply is Sunday, Jan. 31.

The program is put on by CV Water Counts, a collaboration of six local water agencies including Desert Water Agency.

The five-week comprehensive program is designed to educate community members on local water issues.

Topics to be covered include: water quality and regulations, conservation, water supply, imported water, water efficient industries, building and development, water efficiency, sustainability and groundwater.

Classes are held once a week on Thursdays from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 4, Feb. 11, Feb. 18, Feb. 25 and March 4. The last class will consist of a virtual tour and presentation by all six local water agencies.

Participants must attend all five classes to receive a certificate.

For more information or to register go to www.cvwatercounts.com/academy.