Board of Directors VACANCY, Division 7
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Three Valleys Municipal Water District's mission is to supplement and enhance local water supplies to meet our region's needs in a reliable and cost-effective manner.
Who We Serve & What We Do
Three Valleys Municipal Water District is a wholesale water agency that was established by a vote of the people in 1950. Three Valleys provides water to 13 customers (member agencies).
Three Valleys Municipal Water District is one of the 26 water agencies that makes up the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD). If you'd like more information about MWD, visit their website at www.mwdh2o.com
Meeting Schedule & Cancellations
Three Valleys is governed by a seven-member board of elected officials.
All Board Meetings are open to the public and are held on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 8:00 a.m., at the District's headquarters - 1021 E. Miramar Avenue, Claremont, California.
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A District of Distinction
Three Valleys Municipal Water District Receives the "District of Distinction" Accreditation
The Three Valleys Municipal Water District (TVMWD) was awarded its initial District of Distinction accreditation in 2014 by the Special District Leadership Foundation (SDLF) for its sound fiscal management policies and practices in District operations. TVMWD was reaccredited for another two years in June 2016.
“SDLF provides an independent audit review of the last three years of the district’s operations to ensure prudent fiscal practices,” said Neil McCormick, SDLF Administrator. The committee members who review the audits are volunteers from the special district community, including district controllers, directors of finance and certified general managers.
In addition, the District’s board of directors and executive staff must also show proof of educational training in public governance, as well as compliance with ethics and harassment prevention training.