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Public Notice - Your Tap Water is Safe to Drink

Three Valleys Municipal Water District responds to the COVID-19 emergency

March 20, 2020

 

Three Valleys Municipal Water District (TVMWD) is closely monitoring public health recommendations related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and taking precautions to protect the well-being of our employees and the public.

 

The water we treat and deliver to our 14 member agencies across eastern Los Angeles County remains safe to drink and use. Our supplies of local groundwater and imports from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) are not impacted by COVID-19. Additionally, the state-of-the-art treatment process at our Miramar plant and MWD’s Weymouth facility ensures our water meets or exceeds all state and federal health and safety regulations.

 

TVMWD is fully prepared to respond to this pandemic and maintain operations to avoid any service disruptions.

 

As a wholesale provider of supplemental water to the region, TVMWD does not serve the public directly. To do our part to combat the spread of the virus, we have closed our offices to the public, and administrative staff is working from home when possible. The personnel who regulate and treat our water supplies and maintain the system continue to work so we can ensure safe water and uninterrupted service to more than 525,000 people served by our member agencies across 133 square miles.

 

TVMWD is committed to maintaining high-quality water and customer service as well as protecting public health during these trying times.

 

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