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07-02-2019 Employment Opportunity

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Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District is currently accepting applications for the position of Human Resource Coordinator.  We encourage you to check out our employment page for more information about position title, job description, and salary information.

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2018 Consumer Confidence Report

BCVWD 2018 Water Quality Report is now available

At BCVWD, providing safe water is a top priority. The BCVWD 2018 Consumer Confidence Report provides customers with information about the quality of local drinking water.

“We are committed to delivering the highest quality of safe and clean drinking water to all rate payers,” said BCVWD Board Director Andy Ramirez.

You can read the report by clicking on the link below.

If you have questions about the report or would like a paper copy, please call (951) 845-9581 or stop by the District’s headquarters at 560 Magnolia Avenue, Beaumont, CA, 92223.

2018 Consumer Confidence Report

06-19-2019 – Career Day at Anna Hause Elementary School

Elementary-age students experience jobs in the water world at school’s Career Day

Local students had the chance to discuss water samples, check for chlorine residual, take groundwater level measurements, and see safety equipment and tools with Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District (BCVWD) staff at Anna M. Hause Elementary School’s Career Day last month.

In addition to classroom presentations, more than 200 students rotated from station to station with their classes to learn about a variety of careers. The BCVWD station was a huge success with students, who engaged with James Bean, Assistant Director of Operations, and Dustin Smith, Production Operator, in demonstrations and hands-on activities. The students learned about drinking water sources, water treatment, conservation and challenges for sustainability.

“Career Day gives students the opportunity to engage in potential careers and ask questions about what it is really like to pursue a water industry career path,” said Bean. “The event was a great way to expose young students to a wide variety of career options all at one time.”

BCVWD also discussed educational subjects that are important for water jobs, including science, math, and language arts.

BCVWD set up a booth with giveaways and samples, including:

  • Tools – pipe wrenches, meter wrench, turn off key, electrical volt meter, water quality meter (for testing PH, Total Dissolved Solids TDS, Electrical Conductivity, and Dissolved Oxygen), and “sounders” for gaining water levels out of production wells.
  • Sample bottles – with various preservatives and bottle types
  • Parts – full circle repair band (for repairing leaks), 1” meter
  • Products – bucket of chlorine tablets
  • Safety equipment – air monitor, full face air purifying mask with chlorine cartridges, Arc Flash suit for electrical testing, hard hats, traffic vests and various types of gloves
  • Photos – fire hydrants (hit by vehicles), main and service line leaks, main line leak repair, wells, pumping units, heavy equipment (tractors), and electric motors
  • Giveaways – 100 anniversary tote bags, rulers, gold fish crackers, and cone magnets

“Events like Career Day are an excellent way to get students thinking about possible careers in the water industry, as well as ways they can help save water and have a positive impact on conservation efforts,” said BCVWD Board Director Lona Williams.

Other Career Day attendees included the fire department, police officers (local, Sherriff, CHP, K-9 Unit), Southern California Edison, The Gas Company, and military personnel, as well as many other presenters.

05-30-2019 Beaumont Cherry Festival

The Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District is proud to support the 101st Beaumont Cherry Festival.

The annual event is Beaumont’s biggest community gathering and features games, rides, booths, music, entertainment, and food and drink.

This year’s event runs May 30 through June 2, with most activities taking place at Stewart Park.

Tickets are $7 for adults, $3 for children ages 6-13, $5 for seniors, active military, veterans and law enforcement. Kids 5 and under are free. There is no additional charge for the free live entertainment.

Pre-sale carnival wristbands are available for $23 until May 30 at noon. After that, the cost is $28. The wristbands include one-day access to the festival and all-day rides.

Wristbands can be purchased at:

 Beaumont Chamber – Cash Only 726 Beaumont Ave.

 BCV Recreation & Park District – Cash Only 390 W. Oak Valley Pkwy

 City of Beaumont – Cash & Credit Cards 550 E. 6th. St.

 Albert A. Chatigny Senior Community Center – Cash & Credit Cards

1310 Oak Valley Pkwy For a full schedule of events and more information, visit the Cherry Festival’s Facebook page or beaumontcherryfestival.org or call (951) 572-3197.

05-23-2019 Notice of Change of Meeting Date

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Regular Meeting of the Finance and Audit Committee of the Board of Directors of the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District has been re-scheduled for Wednesday, June 11, 2019 at 3:00 p.m., at 560 Magnolia Ave., Beaumont, CA 92223, due to lack of quorum.

The agenda for this meeting will be posted no later than 2:59 p.m. on Friday, June 7.

Cancellation Notification

04-30-2019 Employment Opportunity

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Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District is currently accepting applications for the position of Customer Service Representative I.  We encourage you to check out our employment page for more information about position title, job description, and salary information.

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Call of Special Meeting – May 20, 2019 at 5:30 P.M.

The undersigned, John Covington, President of the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District, hereby calls a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors to be held Monday, May 20, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. at the District’s Administrative Offices located at 560 Magnolia Avenue, Beaumont, California 92223.

The agenda for said meeting will be posted no later than 5:29 p.m. on Sunday, May 19..

Dated: Monday, April 29, 2019

Attachment 1

Attachment 2

New Request for Proposal – Wells 4a, 10, 18

NOTICE INVITING BIDS RECEIPT AND OPENING OF BIDS Sealed bids will be received only at the Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District (Owner), 560 Magnolia Avenue, Beaumont, California 92223, Telephone (951) 845-9581 until 3 p.m. local time on Tuesday May 7, 2019 for Well Nos. 4A, 10 and 18 Well and Well Pumping Unit Rehabilitation and Repair.

Work: The work consists of well pumping unit rehabilitation at three (3) District well sites.  The sites are located within the District’s Service Area and are specifically located in the Community of Cherry Valley.

Well No. 4A is located on Edgar Canyon Road and is further detailed in Exhibit A of the complete bid package.  The Well 4A site will require site specific work related to components of well pumping unit repair and or replacement and well rehabilitation.

Well No. 10 is located on oak Glen Road and is further detailed in Exhibit A of the complete bid package.  The Well 10 site will require site specific work related to components of well pumping unit repair and or replacement and well rehabilitation.

Well No. 18 is located on oak Glen Road and is further detailed in Exhibit A of the complete bid package.  The Well 18 site will require site specific work related to components of well pumping unit repair and or replacement and well rehabilitation.

The work shall be performed by a single contractor under a single contract.  Prevailing wages will be in effect for this work and costs must be in compliance with State Labor Code as listed in the project agreement.  A PDF copy of the complete bid package is available on the District Website at www.BCVWD.org.  Alternatively, a copy of the complete bid package is available upon on request from the District’s Engineering Department. A charge of $10.00 will be made for each hard copy of each bid package requested.

Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at the place and time stated above.  Bidders are invited to be present.  Bidders may examine the Contract Documents at Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District, 560 Magnolia Avenue, Beaumont, California, 92223.  

Bidders shall be licensed in accordance with provisions of Chapter 9, Division 3, of the Business and Professional Code of the State of California on the date and at the time of submittal of the Bid. Required classifications are: Class A, General Engineering; C-57, Well Drilling; or D-21, Machinery and Pumps. Bidders shall have verifiable experience in similar work. Bidders and their sub-contractors shall also be registered to perform public work pursuant to Section 4104 of the public contract code with the State of California, Department of Industrial Relations.

Bidders must comply with and agree to all instructions and requirements in this notice and in the Request for Proposal.  All Bids must be submitted on the Prescribed Bid Form.  The successful Bidder shall furnish insurance in accordance with the Request for Proposals before execution of the Contract Agreement.  A mandatory pre bid tour of the three (3) project site(s) may be arranged with the District’s Assistant Director of Operations, James Bean.  Do not proceed directly to the project sites.

Owner reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to waive any irregularity, or to award a Contract to other than the lowest bidder.  If Owner elects to award a contract for the Work, the award will be made within 30 days from the date of the bid opening.  Bids shall be valid for said 30 day period.

Notice Inviting Bid for and Project Contract Documents

Call of Special Meeting – April 25, 2019 at 6:00 P.M.

The undersigned, John Covington, President of the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District, hereby calls a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors and Beaumont City Council to be held Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District’s Administrative Offices located at 560 Magnolia Avenue, Beaumont, California 92223.

The agenda for said meeting is attached.

Dated:l Thursday, April 18, 2019

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE OFFICIAL NOTICE

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