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Urban Water Management Plan

Notice of Public Hearing

For 2020 Urban Water Management Plan and

Availability of Draft Plan for Review


The Urban Water Management Planning Act requires every “urban water supplier[1]” to prepare and adopt an Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) and periodically update that plan at least once every five years.  Pursuant to Section 10621(d) of the UWMP Act, each urban water supplier shall update and submit its 2020 UWMP by July 1, 2021 to the California Department of Water Resources. The UWMP is a planning document and a source document to direct urban water suppliers to evaluate and compare their water supply and reliability to their existing water conservation efforts. 

 As an urban water supplier, SGVMWD is required pursuant to Section 10620(d)(2) of the UWMP Act to coordinate with water management agencies, relevant public agencies and other water suppliers on the preparation of the UWMP. 

San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District (San Gabriel Valley MWD) hereby releases its Draft 2020 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) for public review. The UWMP will be available through June 24, 2021:


   Urban Water Management Plan

 

 Or In-Person at San Gabriel Valley MWD District Office (1402 N. Vosburg Drive, Azusa CA 91702)


 A Public Hearing will be held on June 24, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. to consider comments to the Draft UWMP and to adopt the UWMP. The Public Hearing will be held at virtually via GoToMeeting: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/580580789 or you can dial in at (669) 224-3412.

 San Gabriel Valley MWD encourages the active involvement of its citizens. If you have any questions concerning the 2020 UWMP, please contact: Ed Hills, Assistant General Manager, (626) 969-7911 or email: edhills@sgvmwd.com


[1] Section 10617 of the Urban Water Management Planning Act states, ““Urban Water Supplier” means a supplier, either publicly or privately owned, providing water for municipal purposes either directly or indirectly to more than 3,000 customers or supplying more than 3,000 acre-feet of water annually.