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Oct 04,2021 | 10:07 AM
IRWD’s Board of Directors on Sept. 27 declared a level two water shortage to help meet the governor’s call for a voluntary 15% reduction in water use throughout the state. While IRWD does not have a water shortage, and is well-positioned to weather these dry times, the declaration affirms our...More
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Aug 17,2021 | 17:08 PM
Don’t waste a good thing. Responding to the governor’s request for 15% voluntary water use reductions around the state, IRWD has...
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Aug 12,2021 | 17:35 PM
Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District and Irvine Ranch Water District have teamed up to remind residents that mosquito...
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Aug 03,2021 | 11:27 AM
Throughout the nation and around the world, purple pipes pulse with water that has gone down drains and been treated for reuse in...
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Aug 02,2021 | 14:21 PM
Much of our state is suffering under extreme drought conditions, and while IRWD is well-positioned to weather these dry times, we can...
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Jul 30,2021 | 14:29 PM
While 2021 has been critically dry in California, Irvine Ranch Water District is well-positioned to weather these conditions for...
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Jul 29,2021 | 15:36 PM
Take some time in these summer months to do some garden maintenance. If you have fruit trees, be sure to remove any diseased or dead...

Water shortage declared; you can help

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IRWD’s Board of Directors on Sept. 27 declared a level two water shortage to help meet the governor’s call for a voluntary 15% reduction in water use throughout the state. While IRWD does not have a water shortage, and is well-positioned to weather these dry times, the declaration affirms our customers’ ongoing commitment to saving water and heightens the call for efficiency to achieve the savings goal. How can you help? Visit RightScape.com for water-saving tips and links to enhanced rebates that can help ... Continue Reading »

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Earthquakes can happen at any time of year – but they get special notice in October when communities all over the world participate in International ShakeOut Day drills the third Thursday of the month.

Irvine Ranch Water District is serious about safety and prepared for emergencies of all kinds, including earthquakes.

Our operations systems are designed with mechanical and energy redundancy to protect network reliability against natural and manmade risks.

We partner with other public age... Continue Reading »

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Using water wisely has always been a goal at IRWD. Since the 1990s, we have been increasingly focused on programs to help our customers do just that. Today, IRWD’s Water Efficiency team includes people specializing in drought-tolerant landscaping, leak detection, residential and business water use audits, educational workshops, rebates and analytics

We offer indoor and outdoor rebate programs to help you be more water efficient—including incentives to replace water-thirsty turf with beautiful, drought... Continue Reading »

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IRWD has been providing sustainable drinking water, recycled water and sewer services to our customers since the 1960s, expanding our facilities as we’ve grown with the communities we serve.

The Michelson Water Recycling Plant was constructed in 1967 and began delivering 2 million gallons of recycled water per day. Today, its capacity has grown 14 times over to 28 million gallons daily.

In 2001, to help supplement our recycled water system, IRWD increased use of recycled water with the Los Aliso... Continue Reading »

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Don’t waste a good thing. Responding to the governor’s request for 15% voluntary water use reductions around the state, IRWD has launched the Drought Response 15% Savings Sweepstakes to encourage customers to do their part to help California. Visit IRWD.com for details and a checklist of water-saving tips. Complete new accomplishments each month through December to increase your savings and your chances to win.

... Continue Reading »