American Flag at Water Reclamation Facility in Moorpark

DISTRICT 19 PROPOSED WATER RATE ADJUSTMENTS

Frequently Asked Questions  Ventura County Waterworks District (District) No. 19 (Somis) Proposed Water Rate Adjustments  The District was formed on November 4, 1980 when it assumed responsibility for the Rancho Las Posas Mutual Water Company. The District provides water to the community of Somis. Water is imported from the State Water Project, delivered through the…

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Coastal Cleanup Day and Drive Electric Week

Eco-Tip for 9-15-19 Upcoming Eco Events: Coastal Cleanup Day and Drive Electric Week By David Goldstein, VC PWA, IWMD When people want to know what they can do to immediately and tangibly benefit the environment, sometimes the answer is to pick up litter. When people want to know what single lifestyle change they can make…

AMI FAQs

AMI Frequently Asked Questions Information for Ventura County Waterworks Districts (District) Nos. 17 (Bell Canyon) & 38 (Lake Sherwood) customers who would like to access the Sensus Analytics Customer Portal. Q: What is AMI? A: AMI stands for Advanced Metering Infrastructure. It consists of a low-powered communication device that is added to your new water…

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Avoid Accidental Litter

Eco-Tip for 9/8/19 Avoid Accidental Litter: Bag Your Bags and Tarp Your Loads By David Goldstein, Ventura County Public Works Agency, IWMD When you see litter in your neighborhood, do you wonder what kind of person would inconsiderately create such a mess? Because litter is often caused unintentionally, the litter you see in your neighborhood…

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Swimming Pool Maintenance

Eco-Tip for 8/25/19 Swimming Pool Maintenance By David Laak and David Goldstein, Ventura County Public Works Agency As summer fades into fall, swimming pools may be used less, but as any pool owner knows, pool maintenance season is year-round. Covering a pool every night is the best measure to conserve energy, reduce evaporation, and limit…

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Getting Back Your Deposits for Cans and Bottles

Getting Back Your Deposit for Cans and Bottles By David Goldstein, VC PWA, IWMD Two weeks ago, RePlanet closed hundreds of recycling centers throughout the state, leaving consumers in many areas without nearby options for can and bottle refunds. To get back the 5 to 10 cents of California Redemption Value you paid when you…