Member News


The City of Phoenix seeks a Water Resource Specialist

Thursday, January 26, 2017

The City of Phoenix is currently seeking a Water Resource Specialist to support the Water Resources and Development Planning division of the Water Services department. The tasks will either be shared with or supportive of existing Water Conservation and Efficiency staff. In some cases this Water Resources Specialist position will have the lead role.

 


Sustainable Landscape Training Program

Monday, February 08, 2016

Solano County Water Agency, City of Napa, Napa RCD, and Napa County have teamed with Bay Friendly to offer a “Training & Qualification Program for Design of Sustainable Residential Landscapes.”

This is a four day training that will meet each Wednesday, March 9 – 30 at Napa Valley College. Please see the attached or visit https://www.bayfriendlycoalition.org/BFL-DTQ.shtml for additional details


A member agency’s positive response to the Drought

Friday, November 06, 2015
During this 4TH year of drought, a lot of customers are experiencing drought fatigue, but so are the water providers that serve them. These have been trying years, with staffing and resources spread thin. Water agencies have risen to the task though, developing innovative outreach campaigns and implementing new water efficiency programs. All of your efforts deserve to be highlighted, but since there isn’t enough time and space to do this, I’m going to instead highlight one agency’s efforts. Located in the northern Sierra foothills, the Placer County Water Agency has been successful in their efforts to encourage customers and staff to keep up the good work. I hope their story will inspire you to hang in there too, as we continue to hope that several years of rain and snowfall are in the near future!

Some Final BMP Reporting Advice

Monday, November 02, 2015
Congratulations if you have already submitted your BMP reports, or maybe you are almost done! Either way, I know the last thing you want to hear is that there’s another important task you should complete, if you haven’t already done so. What I’m talking about is some final organizing and documentation. If you follow the advice I offer in this blog, you will be much better prepared for when the next reporting cycle comes around.

Helpful Information for the Home Stretch

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

As the month of October draws to a close, many of you are finishing up your BMP reporting forms, or have already submitted them to the Council. If you have not completed your reporting and have a question, be sure to email the Council at bmp@cuwcc.org for one stop help. No matter where you are in the process; however, this blog has some key information that may be of help to you as we finish up this reporting cycle.

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