Moulton Niguel Launches New Online Payment Portal
Moulton Niguel is changing its online bill payment portal from Online BillPay to MyWater MNWD. At MyWater MNWD, you’ll have access to even more tools to manage your water service.
Benefits of Enrolling in MyWater MNWD:
- Manage your water use: You can track your water usage, start or stop service, make a payment, and view copies of your bills. All electronically, all from one place.
- No cost payment options: You can pay your water bill with new lower, or no cost payment options. No cost options are available by adding your ACH/e-check account information. If you prefer to use a credit card, there is a processing fee of $2.95 per transaction.
- Set up Auto Pay: You can now pay over the phone or set-up Auto Pay using either your bank account or credit card information.
New to the customer portal? Register today!
Your California Landscape Needs California Plants — Let NatureScape Help
Spring is a great time to plant beautiful, California friendly plants, and we have just the right program to help you get started on your water-wise landscaping project! Our NatureScape Program provides our residents with direct resources to replace turf with native, low water use landscapes. Customers will get to work with a design and landscape contractor to remove your turf, install your new landscape, and learn about the proper care and maintenance of your new NatureScape garden. Learn more about the program at www.mnwd.com/NatureScape or give us a call at (949) 448-4025 for more information!
Sign up for our Free Landscape Workshops
Spots are still open for our free landscape workshops this month! The classes will provide information on climate-appropriate plants and proper irrigation techniques, while answering your questions on common landscaping challenges. Upcoming dates include:
- Wednesday, April 11 from 6pm – 9pm
- Saturday, April 21 from 9am – 12pm
Sign ups are required. Visit www.mnwd.com/landscapeclasses for more information.
Customers Briefed on the CA WaterFix
As part of our ongoing efforts to educate the public about statewide water issues, we hosted a public forum to provide customers with a detailed briefing on the California WaterFix. The proposed project is considered a critical investment in water infrastructure, and would enhance the state’s water reliability, retrofit water supplies against earthquakes, and expand water storage capacity during the state’s perennial droughts.
Learn more about the discussion at: www.mnwd.com/newsroom.
Moulton Niguel & OC Coastkeeper Kick Off Water Education Field Trips
Through a partnership with the Orange County Coastkeeper, we held our first series of water education field trips with Aliso Viejo Middle School! Students were provided a presentation followed by a visit to the Aliso Creek where they were able to learn directly about the benefits of water efficiency to improve water quality in our region’s watersheds. Open to all middle school classes in the Moulton Niguel service area, this program allows students, teachers, and class chaperones to explore local watersheds and learn how to secure a sustainable water future.
Learn more about our water education programs at www.mnwd.com/education.
Moulton Niguel Hosts First-Ever Fix-a-Leak Workshop
On March 22, customers attended our first-ever Fix-a-Leak workshop to learn how to find and fix common household leaks! Demonstrations included how to find leaks in your toilets, sprinklers, and faucets, and how you can use your meter to see if you have a leak. Thank you to everyone who came out to the event!
Looking for more resources? Visit www.mnwd.com/conservation.
Operations Center Update
Dozens of the District’s customers attended our Operations Center Open House to learn about our proposed plans to improve conditions at our existing operations center in Laguna Hills. The proposed project will make necessary upgrades to better support continued high levels of service to the community.
On March 29, the project’s CEQA document, officially called an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, was posted for public review.
If you’re interested in learning more about the project, including seeing proposed renderings and a flyover video, visit our website at: www.mnwd.com/occi.