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Jun 13,2022 | 10:54 AM
Are you looking for ways to save water to help with California’s statewide drought? Start by looking at your water bill. IRWD uses a budget-based rate structure — which provides enough water for your indoor and outdoor needs, gives you control to save money, and ensures revenue stability for the water district. We...More
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Feb 16,2022 | 07:22 AM
Irvine Ranch Water District and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California are working together to support...
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Jan 28,2022 | 11:00 AM
PUBLIC HEARING ON REDISTRICTING OF THE IRVINE RANCH WATER DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS DIVISION BOUNDARIES AND DIVISION...
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Jan 24,2022 | 07:05 AM
Vivienne Tsang is an IRWD customer who really gets it. She knows water is too precious to use just once—which is why recycled water is...
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Jan 17,2022 | 06:55 AM
Recycled water keeps our community green and beautiful, even during periods of drought. It makes up 27% of IRWD’s water supply and is...
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Jan 11,2022 | 11:00 AM
PUBLIC HEARINGS NOTICE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jan. 24 public hearings on IRWD's proposed rate changes and the...
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Jan 06,2022 | 17:11 PM
Irvine Ranch Water District (IRWD) and Rosedale Rio Bravo Water Storage District (Rosedale) own and operate water storage and water...

IRWD rate structure helps you save water and money

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Are you looking for ways to save water to help with California’s statewide drought?

Start by looking at your water bill.

IRWD uses a budget-based rate structure — which provides enough water for your indoor and outdoor needs, gives you control to save money, and ensures revenue stability for the water district.

We want you to know that your water supply here is in good shape, and IRWD is well-positioned to weather drought conditions like these for several years. But using wat... Continue Reading »

 

Dams provide many benefits to communities around the nation, including water storage, electrical power, flood control, and recreational and economic opportunities. But they also carry some risk: requiring strict and rigid guidelines for their design, construction, maintenance and operation to ensure their safety.

For more than 60 years, Irvine Ranch Water District has safely owned, operated and maintained dams and reservoirs, with current locations at Irvine Lake, Rattlesnake, San Joaquin... Continue Reading »

The work of seven talented students in IRWD's service area beat out other young artists from throughout Orange County to qualify for consideration as one of Southern California's best.

Each year, students from throughout the region participate in the Municipal Water District of Orange County's annual Water Awareness Poster Contest through their local water agencies, including Irvine Ranch Water District. Congratulations to the following IRWD students selected by MWDOC to advance to the Metropolitan Water ... Continue Reading »

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When it comes to helping customers save water, Irvine Ranch Water District teams up with residents and businesses alike.

One of our earliest partners in our WaterStar business program is U.C. Irvine, which has been using IRWD recycled water on campus for more than 50 years.

Our collaboration with the university was recently honored with a national Award of Excellence from the WateReuse Association for accomplishments stemming from our decades of water-saving work:

Converting campus cooling ... Continue Reading »
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Irvine Ranch Water District and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California are working together to support drought-stricken communities by making water from IRWD’s water bank available to those that need it most.

IRWD and Metropolitan, Southern California’s water wholesaler, are partnering to provide nearly 4,000 acre-feet of water from the IRWD Water Bank in Kern County for distribution to drought-stricken areas within Metropolitan’s service area. In return, Metropolitan will reimburse ... Continue Reading »