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Addressing Weather Extremes.
State Audit of Workplace Concerns.
Southern California’s water supplies are facing major long-term threats, brought on by climate change, emerging contaminants and evolving ecological needs. Metropolitan is committed to helping the region overcome these challenges with careful planning, vision and leadership to ensure our communities have the water they need for generations to come.
A Holistic Approach
A New Era
Supplying 40 percent of California’s water resources requires a workforce that is as agile and efficient as the water delivery systems we develop and operate. Succession planning, diversity, and asset retention are vital areas of focus that are key to the success of our organization.
With a focus on areas of change and opportunity, Metropolitan - in an inclusive process - identified five strategic priorities that form an action-based framework for our approach to transformation. They support long-term stability and are attuned to the challenges of climate change, responsibilities to the public and our workforce, the importance of a sound business plan and continued collaboration with the communities we serve.
EMPOWER the workforce and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion
SUSTAIN Metropolitan’s mission with a strengthened business model
ADAPT to changing climate and water resources
PROTECT public health, the regional economy, and Metropolitan’s assets
PARTNER with interested parties and the communities we serve
Learning to Conserve___
Supporting Sustainability Through Conservation.
Southern Californians get it. They know our water resources are not limitless. They’ve learned to conserve. And they know they can do more. That is where Metropolitan comes in. We offer water-saving tips, classes, and rebates for water-saving devices and sustainable landscaping. We are your partner as you learn how to make conservation a way of life.