Pass area property owners are going to see a reduction in their property tax bill this year.  On August 3, 2020 the San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency voted to lower its property tax rate by a quarter cent, from 17.75 cents per $100 of assessed valuation to 17.50 cents.  That equates to $10 a year for a $400,000 house. Click here to read more.

***Important Notice***

The Agency, like all Californians, is concerned about the current public health emergency and is doing its part to combat spread of the Coronavirus.  Until further notice, all of our board meetings and workshops will be available via teleconferencing and we strongly encourage members of the public to attend our meeting via phone instead of in person.  The call-in information for each meeting will be on the first page of the each agenda package.  Members of the public who participate via telephone will have the opportunity to provide public comment to the Board, just as they would in person.

State Water Project Allocation Increases to 20 Percent

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The State Water Project (SWP) now expects to deliver 20 percent of requested supplies in 2020 thanks to above-average precipitation in May, the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) announced today. An initial allocation of 10 percent was announced in December and increased to 15 percent in January. Today’s announcement will likely be the final allocation update of 2020.  Click here to read more.

Northern Sierra Precipitation Graph


San Joaquin Precipitation Graph

Tulare Basin Precipitation Graph



Reservoir Conditions – Lake Oroville


California Snow Water Content



State Water Project Allocation Increases to 15 Percent

SACRAMENTO, Calif. –  On January 24th, the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) announced an increase in 2020 State Water Project (SWP) allocations to 15 percent of requested supplies, up from the year’s initial 10 percent allocation announced on December 2.  Click here to read more. 


ACWA and J Comm, Inc. have collaborated to create a 10-part video series to educate Californians about critical water issues. The videos are short, visually engaging and presented in a way that is easy to understand. They feature interviews with member agencies to highlight innovation and successes occurring throughout the state. Industry experts and other professionals are also highlighted to provide balance and credibility.

Links to all ten videos are now available to download below. Once on the video page of your choice, you will have the option to choose from one of several video quality options.