About Us

The Green Valley County Water District is a community water system located in the Angeles National Forest in the rural community known as Green Valley in an unincorporated area of the North East Los Angeles County. The District is under the regulatory jurisdiction of the Department of Health Services Los Angeles office. The district has 499 active metered service connections. The community has a population of approximately 1,100 people. All of the water for the community of Green Valley is supplied from eight alluvial wells. There are four storage facilities with a combined capacity of 800,000 gallons. Our system is gravity fed and pressures throughout the system range from 60- 130 psi. The District produces and delivers water, which continuously meets all State drinking water requirements. The District employs two people, a General Manager that oversees the operation of the entire system and a District Secretary that works in the office and is Secretary to the board. Green Valley County Water District (GVCWD) is a local, independent “Special District,” organized and operating pursuant to the California Water Code. Because a wide range of general and special acts exist in state law, water special districts are governed by a large number of distinct statutory authorizations, which allow the District to provide designated water services. GVCWD’s five-member governing body, the Board of Directors, is directly elected by the voters for a fixed term of four years and is responsible for setting policy and decision-making. Legally a “political subdivision of the county,” Green Valley County Water District operates in an open and public environment. The District’s responsible fiscal management and planning, provide the financial means to ensure reliable water system operations. Our meetings are held the second Thursday of the month and are open to the public. The District office is normally open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Please call or click here to email us. If you have a water emergency when we are closed, call us at (661) 270-0836 and call the emergency telephone numbers on the message and leave a message on our answering machine.

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