Moulton Niguel Offers Emergency Preparedness Tips

Are you ready for a natural disaster? With the number of earthquakes and aftershocks we experienced in July, it’s a good reminder to be prepared for any natural disaster that might occur. Moulton Niguel offers emergency preparedness tips and resources to help you prepare, and to stay safe.

Get a Kit: Store at least 1 gallon of water per person, per day for at least 3 days

Make a Plan: Discuss potential evacuation plans with your family and friends

Be Informed: Register for AlertOC, the County’s mass notification system, at

Read through our full list of tips and resources at

Thank You to Our Public Safety Officials

We appreciate the great working relationship we have with our public safety officials, our cities and our public service partners. By working together, we’re able to respond to the water service and related public safety needs of our residents and surrounding communities. Moulton Niguel recently invited public safety officials from across our District to our facilities to show our appreciation and discuss ways to further improve our partnership. Thank you for all that you do to keep our customers and communities safe!

Moulton Niguel Receives $1.5 Million Grant to Give All Customers
Access to Real-Time Water Usage

We are excited to announce that the District has received a $1.5 million federal grant to help upgrade our meter technology and detect leaks. The U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Reclamation awarded Moulton Niguel funds to implement the final phase of the District’s “Advanced Metering Infrastructure” program, which includes the installation of more than 45,000 smart meters for all our customers. The automated meters will help the District proactively detect water leaks, improve operations, and allow customers to monitor their water usage in real-time. This project is expected to save more than 500 million gallons of water every year!

What’s Next? Moulton Niguel is currently working to install nearly 4,900 smart meters at residential, commercial, and fire protection sites throughout our service area as part of the second phase. When complete in Spring 2020, we will begin the final phase of the AMI Program to give all our customers access to real-time water usage data.

Customers currently have access to their water usage data with our customer portal, MyWater MNWD. If you haven’t yet signed up, register today at!

Summer Fun: Water Education Events and Presentations

Summer time gives Moulton Niguel a great opportunity to come out and support local events! From Fourth of July community events to summer camps, we enjoy being out in the community to provide water education information to our customers. We love meeting you, discussing our community programs and resources that we offer, and look forward to seeing more of you at upcoming events!

Have an event you’d like Moulton Niguel to be a part of? Email us at!

Landscape Workshop –  Wednesday, August 7 from 6pm-9pm
Community Event: Laguna Niguel Promenade Back to School – Saturday, August 10 from 2pm-4pm
Community Event: City of Laguna Niguel’s 30th Anniversary – Friday, August 16-18 from 4pm-10pm, 11am-10pm, and 12pm-8pm
Irrigation Workshop – Wednesday, August 21 from 6pm-9pm

iconStay up-to-date on our community events and public workshops by visiting!

Beginning Monday, September 9, 2019, customers who are seeking in-person customer service assistance should visit us at 26880 Aliso Viejo Parkway, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656.

Duane D. Cave      Richard Fiore      Donald Froelich      Kelly Jennings
Gary R. Kurtz        Bill Moorhead     Brian S. Probolsky

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