The Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District is currently soliciting bids for Well No’s 5,13,18, and RR1 Pumping Unit Repair and Well Rehabilitation.
Notice and Agenda of a Joint Agency Workshop
Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District
City of Beaumont
Yucaipa ValleY Water District
Discussion Regarding Regional Sewer Collection and Sewer Treatment Opportunities
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District intends to adopt or amend a conflict-of-interest code pursuant to Government Code Section 87300 and 87306. Pursuant to Government Code Section 87302, the code will designate employees who must disclose certain investments, income, interests in real property and business positions, and who must disqualify themselves from making or participating in the making of governmental decisions affecting those interests.
Notice is hereby given that a vacancy currently exists on the Board of Directors Division 2 of the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District (District). The term of the vacancy expires November 16, 2016.
In response to the new State of California Emergency Regulations, the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District Board of Directors took action to limit water use in their service area. The board passed a resolution at the August 13, 2014 meeting that requires all customers to immediately limit urban water use.
We test the drinking water quality for many constituents as required by state and federal regulations. This report shows the results of our monitoring for the period of January 1 – December 31, 2013 and may include earlier monitoring data.
The California Water Code requires all urban water supplies within the State of California to prepare Urban Water Management Plans and update them every five years. These plans satisfy the requirements of the Urban Water Management Planning Act of 1983.
The Urban Water Management Plan was adopted by the BCVWD Board of Directors on August 8,2013 and submitted to the California Department of Water Resources for approval. On June 27th, 2014 the District received a letter from the State of California stating that the District’s UWMP had been approved.