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Jun 4 2020

West Basin Recognizes Community Volunteers

Since 2014, West Basin has provided more than 8,000 free rain barrels to residents throughout the District's 180-square mile service area. West Basin's rain barrel events regularly attract hundreds of participants at a time, requiring a dedicated team of volunteers who work together to ensure that events run smoothly.Local partners volunteer their time...

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May 28 2020

West Basin Announces Summer Splash 2020 Water Education Series

CARSON, Calif. – West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) is offering a summer lineup of virtual education classes and other family-friendly resources available to residents in the West Basin service area. The District’s “Summer Splash” series offers free interactive learning opportunities for adults and students covering important topics such as water conservation, recycled water, and...

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May 27 2020

West Basin Municipal Water District Update on COVID-19

      May 27, 2020 UpdateA video message from the Board: Your water is safeMay 21, 2020 UpdateAn Open Letter from the West Basin Municipal Water District and Your Water Providers:To view the full letter click the following link.Open Letter from Your Water ProvidersApril 29, 2020 UpdateWest Basin Recycled Water is Safe and Reliable In addition to...

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May 20 2020

Student Winners Announced for 2020 Water is Life Art Contest

CARSON, Calif. - West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) announced today the winners of the 2020 Water is Life Student Art Contest. West Basin fosters student creativity and innovation throughout its service area by hosting the annual "Water is Life" art contest. Student artists inspire their communities to support water conservation as a way of life by creating thought-provoking water-...

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May 5 2020

Change & Save Water Conservation Program Serves More Than 300 Families During COVID-19 Shutdown

CARSON, Calif. - In February, West Basin Municipal Water District launched Change & Save, a water conservation program designed to assist communities in West Basin’s service area that have historically lower participation rates in water conservation programs. To date, the Change & Save program has served more than 300 households in Inglewood, Hawthorne, Lawndale, Gardena, Carson, and Lennox.

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Apr 23 2020

West Basin Offers Free Online Water Education Resources

To support teachers, parents and students through COVID-19 (coronavirus) related school closures, West Basin’s education team has developed alternative programming and resources to help bridge the gap between in-person instruction and distance learning. The following water education resources are available to support learners of all ages explore their water resources and become...

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Feb 10 2020

West Basin Launches New Program to Provide Rebates and Free Water Saving Devices to Eligible Residents

CARSON, Calif. – West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) announced the launch of its Change...

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Jan 30 2020

West Basin Announces 2020 Public Outreach Program Schedule

CARSON, Calif. – West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) announced the schedule of its public outreach programs for 2020, which include the return of its popular Lunch and Learn class series, Water 101 class and free Saturday public tours of its Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility (ECLWRF) in El Segundo.

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Jan 29 2020

Gloria D. Gray Elected President of West Basin Board of Directors

CARSON, Calif. – At the January board meeting, the West Basin Municipal Water District board of directors elected Gloria D. Gray to serve as its board president and Harold C. Williams to serve as its board vice president for 2020. Directors Carol W. Kwan and Donald L. Dear were named board treasurer and board secretary.

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Jan 29 2020

West Basin Connects Private James Anderson Park to Recycled Water System

CARSON, Calif. –West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) celebrated the connection of Private James Anderson Park to the District’s recycled water system today. The recreational park in the City of Carson will use locally-produced recycled water from West Basin to irrigate the landscape.

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