Water Quality Report: Moulton Niguel Delivering Safe, Clean and Reliable Water

Safe, clean, and reliable – that’s the assessment of Moulton Niguel Water District’s water service, according to a new water quality and safety report.

As in past years, Moulton Niguel outperformed every state and federal public health standard for water quality throughout last year, according to the 2020 Consumer Confidence Report.

Every year, water providers throughout California are required to publish a report with water quality findings. This Consumer Confidence Report uses drinking water quality standards set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the California State Water Resources Control Board.

Moulton Niguel Water District is committed to testing, protecting, and delivering high-quality water to every home, school, and business in our service area. We ensure safe and reliable water service by reinvesting millions of dollars in ratepayer funds back into our water infrastructure system.

The 2020 Water Quality Report is available on our website at mnwd.com/ccr. To request a paper copy, please feel free to contact us at (949) 831-2500 to arrange for mailed delivery.

Moulton Niguel Hosts Second Virtual Community Forum

Thank you to everyone who joined our second virtual Community Forum in May! We welcomed customers and community members to take a deep dive into the following topics:

  • A tour of our water’s journey from the mountains in Colorado and the High Sierras to our customers’ taps
  • How our water is treated regionally and locally so it is safe to drink
  • How we plan for the future to ensure water reliability and sustainability

In case you missed it, you can watch the recording of the virtual Community Forum and learn more about our water supply by visiting mnwd.com/watersupply!


Dive Into Water Savings This Summer

As temperatures rise in the summer, so does outdoor water use. Moulton Niguel has water saving tips and resources to help you save water and money this summer! Remember it’s not about using less; it’s about wasting less.

Water-Saving Tips:

  • Water Wisely — Water your lawn and garden in the morning (before 9am) or evening (after 5pm) when temperatures are cooler, to minimize evaporation.
  • Adjust Your Sprinklers — Water your lawn and not the house, sidewalk, or street.
  • Check Absorption — If water runs off your lawn easily, split your watering time into shorter periods to allow for better absorption.
  • Inspect Your Overall Irrigation System Once A Month — Check for leaks, broken lines, or blockage in the lines.
  • Plan A California Native Landscape For Fall — Let your lawn go dormant in the summer and replace it with a beautiful and sustainable landscape in the fall!

Water-Saving Resources:

Virtual Home Savings Surveys:

Reduce your water bill by scheduling a Virtual Home Savings Survey. Our water experts will conduct a virtual walk-through of your home to help you check for leaks and share ways you can save water.

More information: mnwd.com/homesavingssurvey

Weather Based Smart Timer Rebate:

Upgrade your manual irrigation timer with a weather-based smart timer! Weather-based smart timers help optimize your irrigation system, auto-adjust to weather and soil conditions, and cut water use. Rebates of up to $330 per controller are available.

Visit mnwd.com/rebates to learn more.

Moulton Niguel Water District is hosting FREE virtual landscape workshops to help customers reimagine their outdoor landscape and transform thirsty lawns into beautiful, blooming California native landscapes.

Click Here to Register
Our virtual landscape workshops are interactive and informative, with a focus on landscapes that are sustainable to our Orange County climate. Topics include:

  • Taking a watershed approach to landscape design
  • Building healthy soil and selecting regional native plants to create your own super bloom
  • Evaluating and designing your site into a sustainable landscape
  • Using rainwater as a resource
  • Learning how your landscape can help protect local creeks and beaches

Saturday, June 5th | 9:00am – 11:00am

Location: Online via Zoom Platform
Registration is Required

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Saturday, July 17th | 9:00am – 11:00am

Location: Online via Zoom Platform
Registration is Required

Click Here to Register
President Brian S. Probolsky
Vice President Duane D. Cave
Vice President Donald R. Froelich
Director Richard S. “Dick” Fiore
Director William “Bill” Moorhead
Director Diane Rifkin

Director Sherry Wanninger

For more information, visit mnwd.com






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