The West Valley Water District provides our customers with safe, high quality and reliable water service at a reasonable rate and in a sustainable manner.
At West Valley Water District (WVWD), our mission is to provide our customers with safe, high quality and reliable water service at a reasonable rate and in a sustainable manner.
WVWD is a Special District governed by a five-member Board of Directors providing retail water to approximately 83,218 customers. The District serves drinking water to portions of Rialto, Colton, Fontana, Bloomington, and portions of the unincorporated area of San Bernardino County and a portion of city of Jurupa Valley in Riverside County.
The goal of our Annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) is to inform our customers about the quality of our drinking water, the sources of our water, any monitored contaminants found in drinking water, and whether our system meets state and federal drinking water standards. Our water quality data is submitted to the State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water (DDW), in order to monitor our compliance for all regulatory standards and assure high quality drinking water is consistently delivered directly to our customers.
WVWD takes great pride to report that your water meets all safe drinking water standards. WVWD vigilantly safeguards its water supplies and once again, we are proud to report that our system has not violated a maximum contaminant level or any other water quality standard in 2017.
In addition to maintaining high standards for our existing water supplies, we are also looking at innovative ways to bring new sources forward to help boost our water supplies during the drought and to meet future water demands. Besides our latest Fluidized Bed Biological Reactors (FBR) Groundwater Wellhead Treatment System, the District and Carollo Engineers embark on another perchlorate treatment removal project using Fixed Bed Biological Reactors (FXB) to remove perchlorate, nitrate, and trichloroethylene. Construction of the FXB system was completed in 2017, and the facility is anticipated to go online in 2018. Perchlorate levels are monitored continuously with an inline ion chromatography instrument at the FBR and FXB facilities.
Because we value transparency, we hope that you find this report clear and easy to understand. If you have any questions about this report, feel free to contact Anthony Budicin, Water Quality Supervisor at (909) 875-1804 ext. 371 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.