The Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD) is proposing a new "water budget-based tiered rate structure" for its customers.
What does CVWD stand for?
CVWD stands for Coachella Valley Water District
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- Collaborative Virtual Workspace
- Cryptovariable Weekly (Global Positioning System; US DoD)
- Columbia Valley of Washington
- Central Valley Water Awareness Committee
- Competitive Volume Weighted Average Price (NASDAQ)
- Carrier Battle Group Air Wing Commander (US DoD)
- Catawba Valley Wildlife Club (North Carolina)
- Chattahoochee Valley Writers' Conference
- Cowichan Valley Wrestling Club (British Columbia, Canada)
- Carpinteria Valley Water District (est. 1941; Carpinteria, CA)
- Crestline Village Water District (Crestline, CA)
- Cross Valley Water District (Snohomish, WA)
- Concho Valley Workforce Development Board (San Angelo, TX)
- Central Vehicle Wash Facility
- Corporate Voices for Working Families (Washington, DC)
- Collaborative Virtual Work Groups (technologically united)
- Canadian Virtual War Memorial
- Central Virginia Waste Management Authority
- Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area (British Columbia, Canada)
- Coastal Virginia Wildlife Observatory
Samples in periodicals archive:
If the designation had remained, the Coachella Valley Water District would have had to pay $6.
The program also encompasses the Coachella Valley Water District (CVWD) residential irrigation controller program, resulting in free weather-based "smart controllers" for all applicable Indian Wells homes.
Sponsored by the Coachella Valley Water District, the Colorado River Authority, and the Imperial Irrigation District, this segment of "California's Water" looks at the canals and aqueducts that bring Colorado River water to Southern California and the many efforts under way to use water as efficiently as possible.
Metropolitan's board actions come just days after officials from Metropolitan, San Diego County Water Authority, Imperial Irrigation District and Coachella Valley Water District signed the documents comprising the 75-year Quantification Settlement Agreement for the Colorado River.
During a special meeting, Metropolitan's board of directors authorized execution of the 75-year Quantification Settlement Agreement, which determines the amount of Colorado River water used by Imperial Irrigation District and Coachella Valley Water District, two key irrigation agencies that draw river water.
As part of Tuesday's motion, the board also adopted recommendations offered by the board's seven-member negotiating committee, including the insistence that the three parties to the water transfer between the Imperial and San Diego County Water Authority, including Coachella Valley Water District, pay the full costs of the environmental impacts caused by their transfer.
By accepting responsibility for implementing modern conservation practices like neighboring Coachella Valley Water District and other agricultural areas throughout California, IID can put the genie back in the bottle.