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January 27, 2021 1:43AM

IRWD has temporarily closed its offices to the public. We are here to help you via IRWD.com/services, at CustomerService@IRWD.com, or at 949-453-5300. If you are starting or stopping service, please use our online form. During this time, we will not charge late fees or disconnect water service. Live customer service is available 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday. For shorter wait times, please avoid Mondays.

January 27, 2021 1:43AM

IRWD has temporarily closed its offices to the public. We are here to help you via IRWD.com/services, at CustomerService@IRWD.com, or at 949-453-5300. If you are starting or stopping service, please use our online form. During this time, we will not charge late fees or disconnect water service. Live customer service is available 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday. For shorter wait times, please avoid Mondays.

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Jan 01,2021 | 17:18 PM

IRWD Celebrates 60 Years of Value

Irvine Ranch Water District is 60 years old — and we all have a lot to celebrate! IRWD’s long history of creative leadership and hallmark programs has ushered in a legacy of value for our customers, including low, stable rates, a diverse and highly reliable water supply and highly rated customer service. Irvine Ranch Water District was formed on Jan. 23, 1961, under the provisions of the California Water District Act within the California Water Code, in response to the increasing water needs of our region. IRWD initially served mostly agricultural customers. We were created to secure a water supply from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California for home use and irrigation. The District’s boundaries encompassed 60 square miles, roughly from the Santa Ana Freeway to the San Joaquin Hills. Today, IRWD Today, IRWD provides drinking water, sewage collection and recycled water to more than 425,000 residential customers and a daytime...
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Oct 10,2018 | 09:57 AM

Syphon Reservoir Improvement Project

Watch our Project Video   Syphon Reservoir Improvement Project from Irvine Ranch Water District on Vimeo. English-subtitles 視頻 비디오 Ver el video Recycled water is a vital, drought-proof source of water that has been safely treated for reuse after going down the drain. While it is not used for drinking, it is.