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In March of this year, CSA29 – Lucerne Valley (district) was able to install touchless water faucets in six of their public restroom facilities. They were able to accomplish this through a partnership grant that they received from the Mojave Water Agency (MWA). The district has teamed up with MWA

The first weekend in April, San Bernardino County Public Works, Special District’s Water and Sanitation Division attended High Desert Home and Garden show held at the San Bernardino County Fairgrounds in Victorville. The Home and Garden Show is an annual event Water and Sanitation (WAS) attends to promote and educate

Staff performed annual grading & grooming functions on all dirt roads within district of Flamingo Heights CSA 70 R-20 in the Landers area. Flamingo Heights has over 39.5 miles or 208,840 lineal feet of dirt roads. Staff also repaired 2 intersections that had major wash outs during recent heavy rain.

Staff at CSA 70 M Wonder Valley are grateful and would like to thank “The Friends of Wonder Valley” for its donation to the Wonder Valley Community Center of new tables to replace the old unstable existing ones. The Friends sought funds through a grant administered by the Morongo Basin

The District hired James Dunham to the position of Wonder Valley Community Center Coordinator at the end of January, 2022. James has been a resident of Wonder Valley for more than 3 years. After graduating from Cal State University, Long Beach with an Electrical Engineering degree, James worked for 10

The North Etiwanda Preserve is a very popular hiking destination for Country residents and those who travel to the County for recreational opportunity. Due to concentration of cars at the entrance, large potholes formed as cars traversed past the gate. Users of the parking lot accelerate to walking pace once

The Department of Public Works Special Districts team has completed the CSA 70 S-3 Lytle Creek Sewer Force Main Replacement Project. The District operates a sewer force main and two lift stations which were constructed in 1983 to convey sewage from the community of Lytle Creek to the Lytle Creek