Rowland Water Districts
December 18, 2014

From Rowland Water District!
Please take time to look at the Holiday Office Closures for Christmas and News Years.  Click here to view the office closures

We are working with all of our customers to find ways to save water during California's severe drought.


The State Water Resources Control Board has banned certain water-wasting behaviors including:

  • Washing down driveways and sidewalks
  • Watering too much, causing water to run off of landscaped area
  • Using a hose to wash a vehicle, unless you have a shut-off nozzle
  • Using a fountain or water feature, unless the water is recirculated

In response to the State's restrictions, the Rowland Water District Board of Directors recently declared a Level 2 water shortage. This means that the District is asking customers to do more to reduce water use. To learn about the mandatory water conservation measures and water use restrictions under a level 2 water supply shortage click here...





Rowland Water District customers that want to make payments with their credit card now have a quick and easy way to, even after hours. A user-friendly kiosk has been installed just outside the Rowland Water District lobby and is now accessible to customers 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To learn more click here...  

42nd Annual Buckboard Days Parade

Public Affairs Representative Brittnie Van De Car, Customer Service Representative Teresa Ryan and Water Resources Technician Dusty Moisio share their knowledge of water throughout the community at several events.

Buckboard Days Parade-October 18, 2014

Doty Bros has now installed 14,000 of the 15,000 feet of pipeline making the project 94% complete. Construction began on Whittier Avenue in August to go through exclusive residential areas (Arbolita Avenue and Brighton Street in La Habra and La Habra Heights) and has now redirected to go south on Harbor Blvd. Construction has reached the top of Harbor Blvd. (going south). The project is set to be completed by January 2015 after a 10 month process and will potentially serve water to the entire District. This will help control our water rates for the future! 
Whittier Booster Station
Booster Pumps
The 1,255 square foot building (located at 1921 E. Whittier Avenue) that houses the chemical injection equipment and 5 booster pumps to provide 5,000 gallons per minute (GPM) of water to customers is now 90% complete.
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Want a Pretty Drought Tolerant Landscape? 

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Joseph P. Byrne, Of Counsel Attorney at Best Best & Krieger, has been appointed by Rowland Water District as legal counsel for the water district. Byrne is a member of Best Best and Krieger's Environmental Law & Natural Resources, Special Districts, Municipal and Business Services practice groups. To learn more click here...

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