Your SoCal Tap Water

The saying, “April showers, brings May flowers,” may get you to start thinking about rainwater and where it goes after it falls from the sky. It is true that the springtime...

California’s drought remains at the forefront of events affecting residents, businesses and government throughout the State. Included in the topic of drought, Californians continue to hear about concerns with snowpack levels....

Several recent news stories have been focused on the topic of water quality, relating to resources coming from public water supplies. Following the crisis in Flint, an uprising from communities, celebrities...

Did you know that new water cannot be created? The water that we have on earth is the same water that existed billions of years ago. It goes through the water...

Will El Niño solve California’s drought? California faces over a decade of drought conditions, reaching historic proportions in 2014, it continues to wreak havoc throughout the State. Leaving destruction in its...

Have you ever seen your local water agency releasing water from a hydrant and wondered why water was pouring out? While noticing this, amidst California’s current drought, you might think that...

Women in Water with Brenda Meyer, Principal Engineer at Western Municipal This was a question Brenda Meyer, principal engineer for Western Municipal Water District, never thought about growing up. Her childhood...

When you stop at a gas station and go inside to buy a bottle of water, some of the labels you see make a big deal out of the water’s origin....

At 10am every Saturday and Sunday morning, kayakers and nature lovers from all over Southern California gather at the Newport Aquatic Center for a guided tour of Newport’s ecological reserve. A...

You’ll find many amazing things at the Disneyland Resort: Mickey Mouse, dragons, princesses, and awesome thrill rides. One thing you won’t find a lot of is grass. Disneyland Resort boasts plants...