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Valencia Water Company

    Santa Clarita Water Determined To Be Safe By 2014 Water Quality Report

    Five local water utilities reported that Santa Clarita Valley ground water meets state standards for safe drinking. The report also addressed perchlorate levels. The chemical has been in the news recently because it affects the thyroid gland.

    Valencia Water Company Offers Conservation Measures For Drought

    The Valencia Water Co. is offering customers a “personal drought report” in an effort to meet Gov. Jerry Brown’s water-reduction goals. VWC customers should expect to receive a computer analysis show how much water they would have to save in order to meet Brown’s call for conservation. “Our goal with this customized report is to give customers real numbers to work with in order to answer the governor’s call to save water,” said Keith Abercrombie, general manager for the Valencia Water Company. “We hope to show customers – in terms of actual gallons – what a 20 percent reduction really means.” For most single-family households, a 20-percent reduction means saving between 500 and 725 gallons a week.

    Newhall County Water District Files Suit Against Castaic Lake Water Agency

    The Castaic Lake Water Agency is facing another lawsuit, filed by the Newhall County Water District on Thursday. It opposes CLWA's acquisition of the Valencia Water Company back in December 2012.

    California Drought: Local Officials Encourage Conservation, Fire Safety

    As drought conditions persist, local officials encourage residents to conserve water and protect their homes from brush fires. Water officials don't expect the Santa Clarita Valley to face mandatory restrictions unless the drought becomes more severe.

    Judge Dismisses Two Claims In CLWA, SCOPE Suit, Case Continues

    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge dismissed two claims in the Santa Clarita Organization for Planning and the Environment lawsuit against the Castaic Lake Water Agency, but the suit continues.

    Santa Clarita Valley Family Of Water Suppliers Releases Quality Report

    Members of the Santa Clarita Valley Family of Water Suppliers released the electronic version of their 2013 Water Quality Report, required by the state Department of Public Health to assess whether local drinking water meets state and federal standards.

    Valencia Water Co. Plans To Raise Rates For Customers


    Valencia Water Co. is said to have the lowest rates among the Santa Clarita Valley’s four water retailers – but they won't stay as low as they are forever.

    Valencia Water, newly acquired by the local state water distributor, Castaic Lake Water Agency, has filed a request with the California Public Utilities Commission to raise water rates over the next three years.