From the Tops of the Mountains to the Taps in Your Homes
Did you know Moulton Niguel customers receive all their drinking water from hundreds of miles away? The two major sources of drinking water for Moulton Niguel customers is imported from the Colorado River, via the Colorado River Aqueduct, and Northern California, via the State Water Project.
This water is imported by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, and then treated at one of two treatment plants: the Diemer Filtration Plant in Yorba Linda and the Baker Water Treatment Plant in Lake Forest. From there, the treated water is sent to Moulton Niguel’s distribution system and then to your tap.