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Need a lift during difficult times?

Need a lift during these difficult times? Area renters who have lost income due to COVID-19 could be eligible for rent and utility support through the United Lift Rental Assistance Program. Check out the video below or go to unitedlift.org to learn more.

“Many of our community members are facing financial setbacks as a result of the COVID-19 crisis,” said Board Director Andy Ramirez, on behalf of the Board of Directors. “The United Lift program provides relief to those who need it most, helping them get back on their feet after a challenging year.”

Drinking Water Week

During Drinking Water Week is a perfect time to teach kids about the value of water! Play eye spy, do a puzzle or find your way through a maze with children’s activities that you can find at awwa.org/Events-Education/Drinking-Water-Week/DWW-Materials.

“The long-term viability of our water resources rests in the hands of our children,” said Secretary and Board Director Andy Ramirez, on behalf of the Board of Directors. “Helping children understand the role water plays in our everyday lives sets the groundwork for a sustainable water future.”

#DrinkingWaterWeek #BCVWD

Save water by freshening up the mulch in your garden

Save water by freshening up the mulch in your garden this spring! Natural mulch reduces moisture loss in soil, reduces weed growth, and puts the finishing touch on a California-friendly garden.

On behalf of the Water District, Board Secretary Andy Ramirez reminds customers that “Though outdoor watering makes up the majority of a home’s water use, by using California native plants and conservation, this will help you save money on your next water bill”. #ConservationTips #BCVWD

BCVWD is dedicated to growing our region’s water supply

BCVWD is dedicated to growing our region’s water supply. California’s reservoir project provides an opportunity to address water insecurity issues and plan ahead for times of drought. Learn more about the Sites Reservoir Project Agreement and our participation from the article in the Record Gazette.

https://www.recordgazette.net/news/san-gorgonio-water-agency-and-beaumont-cherry-valley-water-district-to-participate-in-state-s/article_1d544e4e-1a18-11eb-b60c-53e3e06fc3cb.html

“At BCVWD, we are committed to planning ahead to meet the future water needs of our customers, including likely drought situations,” said Board Director Andy Ramirez, on behalf of the Board of Directors. “Participating in the state’s reservoir project allows us to work together with partners from across California to tackle statewide water supply concerns, while also growing our local water resources.”

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