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Reduce your outdoor water use in honor of Smart Irrigation Month!

Check sprinklers for leaks and overspray, install drip irrigation to water the roots of plants and consider using a weather-based irrigation controller. Find more outdoor conservation tips at #SmartIrrigationMonth #BCVWD

“Watering outside makes up the majority of water use in homes,” said President Daniel Slawson, on behalf of the Board of Directors. “You can lower your water bill and help conservation efforts by making a few simple adjustments outdoors.”

Pooltime Tips!

Hang your pool towels to dry after swimming and use them a second time before washing them, saving water on that extra load of laundry. #PoolFun #ConservationTips #BCVWD

“Even small ways of conserving water can add up to make a big difference,” said Director John Covington, on behalf of the Board of Directors. “With our state’s current drought conditions, it is vital we all do our part to save.”

Help Ensure a Safe and Sustainable Water Supply

BCVWD is working to ensure a safe and sustainable water supply now and in the future by updating its Urban Water Management Plan. The document examines current and future water supplies and provides direction on how BCVWD will meet the anticipated needs of our customers over the next 20 years.

We value input from those we serve and invite the community to provide feedback on the draft plan at a public hearing on Thursday, July 22, at 6 p.m. Participants may attend the meeting in person at the BCVWD offices, 506 Magnolia Ave. in Beaumont, or virtually via Zoom.

To access the Zoom conference, use the link below:

To call in, please dial: (669) 900-9128

Meeting ID: 843 1855 9070

Passcode: 113552

For Public Comments, use the “Raise Hand” feature if on the video call when prompted. If dialing in, please dial *9 to “Raise Hand” when prompted.

Additional details and a complete meeting agenda can be found here.

California Drought Conditions

Did you know you can watch California drought conditions along with BCVWD? Visit BCVWD has a 35-million-gallon water storage capacity, just one of the many ways we are prepared for droughts and emergencies.

“Thanks to thoughtful planning and continuous monitoring, BCVWD is prepared to meet customers’ water demands even during multiple years of extreme dry weather,” said Director Andy Ramirez, on behalf of the Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District Board of Directors.

Ditch the Plastic

Ditch the plastic bottles and grab a glass of water instead! Single-use plastics often end up in streets or oceans, harming the environment. Keep our community clean and beautiful by buying less plastic and drinking safe, reliable tap water. #PlasticFreeJuly #BCVWD

“Taking advantage of your great-tasting tap water saves money and helps the environment,” said Treasurer David Hoffman, on behalf of the Board of Directors. “Its easy to reduce plastic use by filling a glass or re-usable water bottle.”

Tonight’s Board of Directors Meeting

We are excited to welcome the community back to in-person Board of Directors meetings! Join us tonight at 6 p.m. at 560 Magnolia Ave. in Beaumont. You can also participate virtually using the information below:


Telephone, please dial: (669) 900-9128

Enter Meeting ID: 843 1855 9070

Enter Passcode: 113552

For public comment, use the “Raise Hand” feature on the video call when prompted. If dialing in, please dial *9 to “Raise Hand” when prompted. #BCVWD

Dependable Water Supply

At BCVWD, we are committed to providing a dependable water supply. Each year, we publish an annual report on the safety of our water. Learn more and read the report at #WaterQuality #BCVWD

“Our team regularly samples and tests your water throughout the year to ensure it is safe to drink,” said Vice President Lona Williams, on behalf of the Board of Directors. “The 2020 Water Quality Report once again demonstrates our dedication to safety and a reliable supply.”

BCVWD Closed on July 5th

Happy Fourth of July! In honor of Independence Day, our offices will be closed Monday, July 5. Have a happy and safe celebration! #Happy4th #BCVWD

2020 Consumer Confidence Report

Enjoy a safe, reliable water supply!

Throughout the year, Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District (BCVWD) routinely monitors and tests your water to ensure its safety. The results of these tests are published in our annual Water Quality Report.

The latest report, based on testing conducted throughout 2020, is now available by clicking the link below. We are proud to note that BCVWD once again meets all federal and state drinking water regulations.

Read the report to learn more about your water supply, our water delivery system and how the District is committed to serving our customers.

To request a paper copy of the 2020 Water Quality Report or to ask questions, contact us at (951) 845-9581 or

2020 Water Quality Report

National Safety Month

Have a plan and be prepared! At BCVWD, we are dedicated to planning ahead for emergencies. June is National Safety Month, a great time to make a disaster plan. Visit for resources and tips on how to prepare for all kinds of emergencies. #NationalSafetyMonth #BCVWD

“This past year, our community faced fires followed by risk of flash floods, mudslides and debris flow,” said Vice President Lona Williams, on behalf of the Board of Directors. “National Safety Month is a great reminder to revisit your emergency plan, make updates and prepare your property and family before disaster happens.”

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