Chula Vista, Calif. – This week, Sweetwater Authority (Authority) unveiled an updated exhibit at the Living Coast Discovery Center in Chula Vista. The updated kiosk features a touchscreen monitor and new software that allows visitors to take a deeper look at the wildlife and water quality of the Authority’s watershed. It includes updated graphics, photos, […]
Chula Vista, Calif. – Sweetwater Authority (Authority) was awarded with The Corky McMillin/Best of South County Award at the South County Economic Development Council’s 27th Annual Economic Summit on September 15. The award was presented to the Authority for the recent expansion and completion of the Richard A. Reynolds Groundwater Desalination Facility.
Sweetwater Authority (Authority) is celebrating its 40th anniversary and four decades of providing its 189,000 customers with safe, reliable water. That is more than 200 billion gallons of water being delivered to customers that has met or exceeded all water quality requirements since 1977.
Chula Vista, Calif. – Sweetwater Authority (Authority) customers will not see a rate increase in the new fiscal year. The Authority’s Governing Board (Board) approved the budget on June 14, 2017. In order to achieve a zero percent rate increase, the Authority used a variety of strategies, including absorbing increased chemical and energy costs, not […]
Former General Manager Jim Smyth retires after nearly 37 years with Sweetwater Authority Chula Vista, Calif. – At its meeting on June 14, 2017, the Governing Board of Sweetwater Authority (Authority) appointed Tish Berge to the role of general manager, effective June 26, 2017. Berge brings more than 25 years of experience in the water […]
Chula Vista, Calif. – This morning, state and local officials joined together with Sweetwater Authority (Authority) to celebrate the completion of construction on the Richard A. Reynolds Groundwater Desalination Facility Phase 2 Expansion project.
Encinitas, Calif. — Olivenhain Municipal Water District was awarded $650,000 in grant funding from California’s Department of Water Resources (DWR) to continue exploring the feasibility of brackish groundwater desalination in the San Dieguito Valley. In an effort to boost water supply in the wake of the state’s historic, five‐year drought, DWR awarded Proposition 1 funding […]