March 19, 2021
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Diamond Valley Lake Wildflower Trail to Open

Above, a view from the trail in 2019.

Metropolitan is re-opening its widely popular Wildflower Trail at Diamond Valley Lake on Wednesday, March 24, offering visitors spectacular views of the district's 4.5 mile-long lake and spring wildflowers. Though a "super bloom" like past years is not anticipated due to a lack of winter rains, spring ushers in the arrival of many wildflowers. Read the press release.


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Metropolitan's Integrated Resources Plan Prepares
For The Future

Metropolitan is entering a new phase toward the development of a new Integrated Resources Plan. For the first time, the IRP will consider several different futures using a process known as scenario planning, including delving into uncertainties such as climate change and the impacts to Southern California’s water availability and demands. Next Tuesday, March 23, the board and member agency representatives will meet with a panel of experts to discuss the drivers that influence water demands and quantifying their effects. Watch the IRP workshop.


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Regional Recycled Water Program Webpage Available in Spanish

Our Regional Recycled Water Program webpage is now available in Spanish to bring home the benefits of the program to a new audience. Learn more about the demonstration facility, its innovative purification process, and the importance of purified water to Southern California's future water supply. Upcoming tours are available in both English and Spanish.


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Celebrating Fix a Leak Week

Metropolitan joined U.S. EPA on social media for its annual Fix a Leak Week this week to remind households that leaks can account for nearly 10,000 gallons of water wasted every year. Check out our Fix a Leak campaign and visit bewaterwise.com for more water-saving tips.

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Three New Directors Join the Board

Three new directors representing the cities of Los Angeles and San Fernando, as well as the Municipal Water District of Orange County were recently seated on Metropolitan's board. We welcome Miguel Luna, Adan Ortega and Dennis Erdman. Read the press release.

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