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IRWD is a state and federal leader in water resources public policy and governance. We work with our fellow water and wastewater agencies as well as our statewide and national associations to advance innovative and effective public policy in a variety of fields. IRWD works tirelessly to keep your water rates low and stable; to protect the quality and reliability of your water; and to promote policy initiatives that advance new and innovative technologies and programs. The District's engagement on water resource p... Continue Reading »

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Over two days in March, more than 7,500 third through fifth grade students, accompanied by 700 teachers and chaperones, converged on Aldrich Park at UC Irvine to learn about all aspects of water in a fun and exciting atmosphere. The annual Children’s Water Education Festival is the culmination many months of bringing together water agencies, cities and schools from all over Orange County.

The Festival is hosted by the Orange County Water District to ... Continue Reading »

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Are you constantly flummoxed when it comes time to program your sprinklers for maximum effect? Is the instruction manual for your system hard to comprehend?

We have the answers! Attend a landscaping workshop at the Irvine Ranch Water District headquarters office at 15600 Sand Canyon Avenue, Irvine, on Saturday, August 9 from 9 a.m. to noon. Learn from the experts about basic programming concepts and landscape techniques that will help you save water and money. Explore popular weather-based sprinkler con... Continue Reading »

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The spring water awareness resident tours are designed to not only inform our customers about where their water comes from, where it goes after going down the drain and how to conserve this precious resource, participants are also treated to up close and personal views of IRWD infrastructure.

Our recently completed spring tours featured our newly expanded Michelson Water Recycling Plant and an old favorite for our visitors – the San Joaquin Recycled Water Reservoir.

Tours of MWRP were suspende... Continue Reading »