SCWC Executive Director Charley Wilson participates in discussion about how utilities and municipalities can meet housing goals, as featured in Urban Land magazine.
The Southern California Water Coalition sent the following letter to the Los Angeles Times regarding its September 7, 2023 article titled "Sweeping...
The webinar on Innovation Matters: Charting the Path in Energy Advancements at the Water-Energy Nexus will feature an expert panel offering thoughts on energy possibilities for water operations.
Speaker Emeritus Anthony Rendon, who represents the 62nd Assembly District in Southeast Los Angeles County, will be keynote at this year’s dinner at the Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach.
Collaboration and Innovation: Fontana’s Water Providers Working Together for a Reliable and Sustainable Future
Fontana’s water partnerships ensure reliability; investing in infrastructure supports economic growth.
These reforms will streamline permitting, cut red tape, reduce time-consuming litigation, and make other changes that will shorten project timelines while saving taxpayers, state and local governments and businesses hundreds of millions of dollars.
New study finds water infrastructure projects face major roadblocks due to lawsuits filed under the California Environmental Quality Act.
Learn from knowledgeable professionals about southwestern U.S. water management at SCWC’s Quarterly Luncheon.
This proposal to streamline the environmental impact review process for vital water projects such as Delta Conveyance, storage, water recycling and desalination is a game-changer.