In 2015, the Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA/Agency) celebrated its
65th year of service to the Chino Basin.
During the past 65 years, IEUA has served as a shining example of how
a small agency can transform into a regional custodian of water resource
reliability and resiliency. During this historic drought, it is more important
now than ever to uphold that standard of reliability and continue to lead
the way in water resource management.
Since IEUA’s formation on June 6, 1950 (previously known as the Chino
Basin Municipal Water District), the agency has taken steps to ensure that
our water resources are reliable. Transforming from solely a supplemental
water provider to also providing wastewater treatment, developing
renewable energy and providing compost, IEUA has expanded its reach
to be a fundamental asset in environmental stewardship for the region.
To read the 2015 IEUA Annual Report in full click here to download the pdf.