Group photo of Cub Scout Pack 108 saluting

Cover of 2019 Water Quality report

Mesa Water General Manager Paul Shoenberger and Fire Chief Daniel Stefano, in front of the newly installed gold-colored fire hydrant at Fire Station No. 1.

Mesa Water General Manager Paul Shoenberger and Fire Chief Daniel Stefano, in front of the newly installed gold-colored fire hydrant at Fire Station No. 1.

Mesa Water staff enjoyed a recent tour of Costa Mesa Fire Station No. 1, located on Adams Avenue. Fire Chief Daniel Stefano welcomed the group and spoke about the long-standing partnership between the two agencies. Both teams also celebrated the newly installed gold-colored fire hydrant in front of the new station. The special hydrant was presented to Fire Station No. 1 by Mesa Water’s Board of Directors in September 2018, in honor of the station’s gold LEED certification achievement.

Mesa Water maintains over 3,400 fire hydrants in its service area and ensures local, reliable water is available to meet the community’s needs, including in the event of an emergency.

Local high school students at the ICRE poster symposium. Photo courtesy of Michelle Ford, Coco Gallery

Local high school students at the ICRE poster symposium. Photo courtesy of Michelle Ford, Coco Gallery

Early stages of Mesa Water's first water storage reservoir.

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