SJV communities get state cash to plug leaks

May 3, 2022
Jesse Vad, SJV Water
by Jesse Vad, SJV Water
Jesse Vad, SJV Water
Jesse Vad, SJV Water


Of the $22 million in Small Community Drought Relief Program funding, $10 million will pay for seven projects throughout the valley including:

  • $2 million, Tule River Tribe, Tulare County
  • $800,000, Pond Mutual Water Company, Kern County
  • $1.6 million, Lindsay-Strathmore Irrigation District, Tulare County
  • $1.4 million, Del Rey Community Services District, Fresno County
  • $2 million City of Fowler, Fresno County
  • $900,000, California Water Service Group (Tulco), Tulare County
  • $1.4 million, California Water Service Group (Kernville), Kern County

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An infusion of state cash will plug several leaky drinking water systems that serve rural communities in the San Joaquin Valley in the near future.

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