Water Conservation Rules (Reglas del Uso del Agua)
August 8, 2018 Press Release
The Sativa Los Angeles County Water District Seeks Grant Funding and not a Band Aid or Unnecessary Litigation!
Lobbyist is being Sought for the District
Resolution Opposing AB 1577 (Gipson)
Gardena residents Fight Back Article
Discolored Water in South LA Schools is Sate to Drink Article
Murky Water in City of Compton Safe to Drink Article
Historic Water Conservation Measures Advanced by Water Utilities and Environmental Groupshttps://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20060726006113/en/Historic-Water-Conservation-Measures-Advanced-Water-Utilities
June 14, 2017 - Press Release
The Sativa Board of Directors in Collaboration with the Water Replenishment District Committed to Improving Water Quality and Reliability
Information Issued by Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Regarding Sativa Water - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
WATER EMERGENCY and BROWN WATER HOTLINE
Video Guide on How to Flush Your Water Heater
The District was incorporated on December 30, 1938, in the State of California. Sativa-Los Angeles County Water District supplies domestic water services to a portion of the Willowbrook area, an unincorporated area of the County of Los Angeles. The service area is approximately one-half square mile and contains approximately 1600 customers. The District maintains two active wells at two plant locations.
The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors, which has no oversight responsibility over any other entities and no component units within its reporting entity structure. The criteria used to determine the reporting entity governing authority, (a) Designation of management, (b) Ability to significantly influence operations, and (c) Accountability in finance matters.
All customers may address the Board, under the "Public Comment" agenda item at a regularly scheduled meeting. However, no Board action on a customers request can be addressed until the item is included on a future published agenda. Customers must contact the main office by noon on the Wednesday, preceding the scheduled Board meeting, in order to have an item added to agenda for Board consideration at the next meeting. Call (310) 631-8176 during the office hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Thursday.