The Laguna Beach County Water District is a nonprofit, local government agency that provides reliable, safe, and prudently-managed retail water service to customers within the District's service area.
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The District is committed to being transparent and accountable with regard to our operations and business practices. Many aspects of the District's operations are periodically evaluated, analyzed or audited. Reports from these analyses are public information and are made available below or can be obtained by completing the District's Public Records Request Form. The District welcomes feedback from customers regarding further ways to improve transparency.
Reclaimed Water in Laguna Beach
A response from Renae Hinchey, general manager, Laguna Beach County Water DIstrict, to the South Laguna Civic Association opinion letter entitled, "Time to utilize reclaimed water."
Laguna Beach Hits Reduction Goal for July
Laguna Beach residents reduced their water use by 27 percent in July, bringing Laguna Beach 30 million gallons closer to its mandatory reduction goal.
District Partners with WaterSmart Software
District is the latest municipality in Orange County to adopt the company’s software-as-a-service customer engagement solution.
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