Mesa Water District Releases Final Draft 2015 Urban Water Management Plan for Public Review and Comment

Public Hearing to Take Place on Thursday, June 9, 2016 at Mesa Water Board Meeting to Receive Public Input

Costa Mesa, Calif. – Mesa Water District (Mesa Water) invites the public to comment on the 2015 Urban Water Management Plan (Plan) at its June 9th Board meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the District office. Under the state water code, every urban water supplier providing water for municipal purposes to more than 3,000 customers or supplying more than 3,000 acre-feet of water annually, must prepare, adopt, and file an Urban Water Management Plan every five years. Mesa Water provides water service to 110,000 residents.

The final draft Plan is available for review online at or in the District office, located at 1965 Placentia Ave, Costa Mesa CA 92627.

The Plan includes a detailed summary of present and future water resources and demands within Mesa Water’s service area and assesses its water resource needs for a 25-year planning period, in 5-year increments. The demand analysis identifies supply reliability under normal conditions, a single-dry year, and multiple-dry years.

Mesa Water’s Plan updates the 2010 Plan and includes a discussion of Water Service Area and Facilities, Sources and Supplies, Water Use by Customer Type, Demand Management, Reliability, Planned Projects, Water Shortage Contingency Plan, and Recycled Water Use.

For more information, or for assistance in presenting your comments to the Mesa Water Board of Directors, please contact Coleen L. Monteleone, District Secretary, at 949.631.1205.      


About Mesa Water

Founded on January 1, 1960, and governed by a publicly-elected, five-member Board of Directors, Mesa Water is an independent special district that provides water service to 110,000 residents in an 18-square-mile service area that includes most of Costa Mesa, a portion of Newport Beach, and John Wayne Airport. Mesa Water provides 100 percent local reliable groundwater to its customers due to the Mesa Water Reliability Facility. Visit, follow @MesaWater on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, email, or call 949.631.1200 to learn more.