Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD) has released its Annual Review and Water Quality Report that shows that the drinking water provided to customers meets all current state and federal standards.
The 2018-19 Annual Review is available electronically on the CVWD website. A printed copy also will be mailed to customers upon request and copies will be available in many libraries and city halls. This is a departure from the past practice of printing more than 100,000 copies to send to all CVWD customers.
“By printing fewer copies, we are saving money and resources while still providing this important information to all our customers,” said Katie Evans, director of Communications and Conservation. “This is part of CVWD’s ongoing commitment to our community through fiscal responsibility, transparency and quality customer service.”
A change in state law created the electronic option for providing the Water Quality Report, also called the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), to customers. CVWD alerted customers to the option of receiving a paper copy through messaging sent through the mail, email and in bills.
This year’s Water Quality Report can be viewed on the district’s website at www.cvwd.org/CCR/2019.
The entire Annual Review, which includes articles about district projects in addition to the Water Quality Report is available in English at www.cvwd.org/annualreview and in Spanish at www.cvwd.org/informeanual.
If you would like a paper copy of the 2018-19 Annual Review and Consumer Confidence Report mailed to you, please call (760) 391-9600 or email CustomerService@cvwd.org.