La Puente Valley County Water District (LPV)
The La Puente Valley County Water District has been providing water service to the community for over 90 years. The mission of the District is to provide its customers with high quality water, courteous and responsive customer service at the most reasonable cost. The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors elected at large from the District’s Service area. Regular meetings of the Board of Directors are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month.
Industry Public Utilities Water System (IPU)
The Industry Public Utilities Water System is owned by the City of Industry and is managed and operated by the La Puente Valley County Water District under an Operation and Management Agreement. Due to the close proximity of IPU’s water system to the District, District staff can provide these services efficiently and at the same high level of service as provided to the District’s own customers. If you would like more information on how the system is managed and operated please feel free to contact the District office.
Information on PFAS
In response to recent reports on PFAS contamination in some California public water sources, the District has prepared a FAQ sheet to provide accurate information and address any concerns.
New Water Use Rates and Service Charges
On October 15, 2018 the District's Board of Directors approved Resolution 254 adopting new water use rates and service charges. The adjustments/increases in rates will be implemented in five phases, beginning with the first billing cycle after October 15, 2018, and additional increases effective on the first billing cycle after October 15th of each succeeding year (i.e. October 15, 2019, October 15, 2020, October 15, 2021 and October 15, 2022). Read More
Information on PFAS
In response to recent reports on PFAS contamination in some California public water sources, the IPU has prepared a FAQ sheet to provide accurate information and address any concerns.
Study of IPU Water Rates
Currently a study is being conducted of the cost to provide drinking water service to the IPU Water System Customers. The study will determine if adjustments in water rates are needed. The study should be completed in the fall of 2019. Adjustments to water rates are expected in January of 2020. To learn more about the cost of water for IPU and LPV, please view this video.
Learn How Saving Water Is Part Of The California Lifestyle!
The Governor recently signed in to law two bills that overhaul the State’s approach to water-use efficiency and carry out his order to make conservation a way of life in California. The new laws require water providers to develop new water use objectives and other policies to meet efficient water use targets. In the meantime, we must continue to use water as efficiently as possible because our region is still in the midst of drought conditions.