The following reports have been provided to provide additional information about the Yucaipa Valley Water District.
A Strategic Plan for a Sustainable Future - Over the past decade Yucaipa Valley Water District has been actively taking steps to improve the social, economic and environmental sustainability of our community. These actions have included the purchase of valuable watershed properties, protection of local water supplies and managment of environmental corridors. While the decisions to embark on these actions have been generally unrelated, a look back in time indicaties that the District has been progressing towards a more independent, flexible and sustainable future.
Annual Water Quality Report - It's important for customers to be aware of the quality of their drinking water. The Annual Water Quality Report contains information that can raise consumers' awareness regarding the source of their drinking water, while helping consumers understand the process by which safe drinking water is delivered to their homes.
2010 Urban Water Management Plan - The Urban Water Management Planning Act requires urban water retailers to develop an Urban Water Management Plan every five years in order to evaluate the District's current and future water supply sources while also identifying water use efficiency strategies. The UWMP Appendices include additional information used in the 2010 Plan.
2010 San Bernardino Valley Regional Urban Water Management Plan - Multiple agencies in the San Bernardino Valley prepared a Regional Urban Water Management Plan, including the City of Colton, the City of Loma Linda, City of Redlands, City of San Bernardino, East Valley Water District, Riverside Highland Water Company, San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, West Valley Water District, and Yucaipa Valley Water District. The 2010 Regional UWMP includes updates of anticipated water demands in the San Bernardino Valley including the city of Yucaipa and the County of San Bernardino. Water demand projections will rely upon growth and population estimates from local land use plans and state and regional agencies.