Welcome Community and Business Members

Interested in IEUA's Rebate Programs?

In partnership with the Metropolitan Water District, the state of California and the local retail water agencies of the Chino Basin, IEUA is offering special conservation rebates that will reward residential customers for using water efficient toilets, clothes washers and other appliances and reward business customers for using water brooms and installing other water efficient appliances.

IEUA offers residential rebates through SoCal WaterSmart, including: high efficiency clothes washers, high efficiency toilets, SmartTimer controllers, hose nozzles, rain barrels, soil moisture sensors, and free landscape evaluations. IEUA offers commercial rebates through SoCal WaterSmart, including; toilet and urinal rebates, irrigation controllers and sprinklers nozzles, turf removal, and public agency landscape and water savings incentive programs.  IEUA also offers a residential automatic water softener rebate.

Funding is limited and rebates are issued on a first come, first serve basis only. Program runs from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015.

For additional information regarding any of the residential or commercial rebates, or to inquire about any water management program, IEUA encourages residents to call their local water agency or go directly to the SoCal WaterSmart website.

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Automatic Water Softener

Interested in Water Use Efficiency Programs?

The Inland Empire Utilities Agency sponsors and offers different types of rebate programs for customers living within IEUA’s service area; including the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, Ontario, and Upland, Cucamonga Valley Water District, Fontana Water Company, Monte Vista Water District, and San Antonio Water Company. IEUA offers a landscape transformation program, free sprinkler nozzles, Inland Empire Garden Friendly program and resources, residential landscape retrofit program, regional landscape training classes and workshops featuring backyard composting, maintenance, irrigation, and planting.
Funding is limited and rebates are issued on a first come, first serve basis only. Program runs from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015.
For more information on Water Use Efficiency Programs contact Lisa Morgan-Perales, Water Resources Analyst ll at: 909-993-1520

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Water Use Efficiency Programs

Learn About Water Saving Tips

Water is California's most precious and natural resource. How we manage it today will affect nearly every aspect of our future. It’s easy for every Californian—young and old—to save water every day. The good news is there are lots of simple ways to reduce the amount of water that we use at home, both inside and outside. If we all work together, we can make a difference for California’s future. The Inland Empire Utilities Agency offers a variety of water saving tips and resources. Simple changes can add up to a lot of savings. Water landscape in the early morning hours, choose climate appropriate plants, place a layer of mulch around trees and plants to reduce evaporation and use a broom instead of a hose on the driveway. Saving water indoors can be as easy as turning off the water when brushing your teeth, installing water saving showerheads, taking shorter showers, fixing leaky faucets and plumbing fixtures and running the dishwasher only when full. These simple changes can add up to big water savings.

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Water Saving Tips

Interested in IEUA's Upcoming Events and Meetings?

The Inland Empire Utilities Agency hosts and sponsors a wide range of community events free to the public throughout the year. Events include: Earth Day Celebration held annually in April, compost giveaways, Days at the LA Fair, blood drives, and a Landscape Water Conservation Fair held annually in October. The Inland Empire Utilities Agency’s Board of Directors meetings are held every First and Third Wednesday of every month.

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Interested in Visiting The Chino Creek Wetlands and Educational Park?

The Chino Creek Wetlands and Educational Park consists of 22 acres and 1.7 miles of trails that are landscaped with a wide variety of climate appropriate and low water use plants, and features a state-of-the-art irrigation management system. The park is open to the public to enjoy at their leisure during daylight hours as well as providing an educational experience to students through the Water Discovery Field Trip program. Some of the key components of the park are the community education elements that weave throughout the site. The park serves as a demonstration area for the community on improving water supply, stormwater treatment and water use efficiency. Additional park features include wetlands and riparian habitats, trails, sampling stations, picnic areas, visitor’s center, parking, bridges, and an amphitheater.
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Learn about California's Drought

Last year, was the driest year in recorded history for many areas of California, and the State is still facing serious drought conditions. Water conservation is always important in California, but this year no Californian should waste even one drop of water. It is vital that everyone in California do their part to reduce their water use.

IEUA and its member agencies started ramping up their water use efficiency programs in January in response to the Governor’s Declaration of a Statewide drought on January 17, 2014. IEUA adopted a formal drought resolution on April 16, 2014, calling for extraordinary conservation actions to achieve a 20% reduction in water use. IEUA also supplies recycled water to replace the use of potable (drinkable) supplies for outdoor watering and other non-potable purposes.

In response to the issuance of a “Water Supply Alert” by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California on imported water supplies, IEUA member agencies have implemented local water conservation ordinances that include mandatory water-use restrictions. To find out more about restrictions in your area, please contact your local water agency.

For more information on the drought, water saving rebates and tips visit the Use Water Wisely page.

Water Shortage & Drought Response Page

Capital Improvement Projects

To track current construction projects please visit the CIPO website. To obtain a list of current RFP's visit BidNet Network Bid System.

Service Area

Located in San Bernardino County, The Inland Empire Utilities Agency covers 242-square miles, distributes imported water, provides industrial/municipal wastewater collection and treatment services, and other related utility services to more than 870,000 residents through its member agencies which include Chino, Chino Hills, Cucamonga Valley Water District, Fontana, Fontana Water Company, Montclair, Monte Vista Water District, Ontario, and Upland.

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