Moulton Niguel Water District Focuses on Continued Reliability

With the adoption of the FY 17-18 Operating and Capital Improvement Program Budget by the Moulton Niguel Water District Board of Directors, we look forward to advance the success of the water reliability programs that were implemented last fiscal year.

To enhance the District’s mission to provide reliable, cost-effective service to our customers, plans for the upcoming fiscal year reinforce our commitment to renew investments in our infrastructure, increase operational efficiencies and environmental protection through expanded efficiency programs, and provide the lowest water rates in South Orange County.

As outlined in the District’s 10-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), some of those planned projects and programs to increase water efficiency and reliability include:

  • Direct Install Programs for Smart Timers and Turf Replacement
  • Improvements to the District’s valves, pumps, reservoirs and pipelines
  • Operations Center Consolidation and Improvement Project
To learn more about the District’s financial operations and sound financial management, please visit www.mnwd.com/finance.

How Can You Become More Water Efficient?

If you haven’t yet, be sure to sign up for MyWater MNWD, our online customer portal where MNWD customers can access their account and water use informationpay bills online, and learn about water efficiency programs and rebates – all from your favorite mobile device!

Sign up today – it’s Free! Download the app from the Google Play or Apple Store or register at mywater.mnwd.com.

Cool Tips for this Hot, Dry Summer

Did you know that most water use occurs outdoors? We want to help our customers be efficient as possible with their water use. Use the following checklist to reduce outdoor watering:

 Check your sprinkler timer – MNWD offers several tools and services to help you set your timer and irrigate efficiently.
 Check your timer’s back-up battery– this prevents your system from returning to factory settings if there is a power interruption.
 Check for leaking irrigation valves and fittings – walk your yard, station by station, looking for possible irrigation leaks.
 Check for wet spots in your yard – consistently damp or wet patches could indicate an underground leak.

Visit www.mnwd.com/watersavingtips for more information!

All Things Irrigation: FREE WORKSHOPS this Summer

A more attractive and water-efficient yard sounds enticing, doesn’t it? Need more inspiration? Sign up for a FREE irrigation workshop to learn more about:
  • How to calculate your water budget
  • Diagnosing common irrigation problems
  • Fixing and retrofitting your irrigation system… and much more!
UPCOMING CLASSES INCLUDE:
  • Saturday, August 5 at 9 AM
  • Wednesday, August 16 at 6 PM
  • Saturday, September 9 at 9 AM
  • Wednesday, September 20 at 6 PM