Community Members Invited to Water Issues Study Group at Mesa Water to Increase Awareness About Water

Posted: Monday, March 21, 2022

COSTA MESA, Calif.; March 23, 2022Mesa Water District (Mesa Water®) is pleased to present its Water Issues Study Group (WISG), an adult water education program. The special event provides information about our 100% local, reliable, clean, safe water supply – and more. Speakers will include Mesa Water staff and regional water industry experts. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet your Mesa Water Board of Directors.

Topics include:

  • Mesa Water History
  • Groundwater Replenishment System
  • Water Use Efficiency and Rebate Programs
  • Statewide Water System

The free event will be held on Saturday, April 23, 2022, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Mesa Water’s headquarters. Lunch will be served.

“The Water Issues Study Group helps us further our commitment to increase public awareness about water. This is a unique program that provides invigorating group discussions about our 100% local, reliable, clean, safe water supply – and other topics that are relevant to our customers,” says Mesa Water Board President,

Marice H. DePasquale. “It’s a great way to stay engaged, and come together to talk about the importance of our most precious resource, water.”

Offered at no cost to participants, WISG is open to Mesa Water customers and community members including residents and individuals from local businesses, public agencies, colleges and high schools, as well as elected officials, media, industry colleagues, and others interested in learning about Mesa Water and water in general.

To register for WISG, call Mesa Water’s Public Affairs Department at 949.631.1201, or email Pre-registration is required. Learn more at

About Mesa Water

Mesa Water District (Mesa Water®), a local independent special district, manages its finances and water infrastructure, and advocates water policy, while reliably providing an abundance of clean, safe water to benefit the public’s quality of life. Founded on January 1, 1960 and governed by a publicly-elected, five-member Board of Directors, Mesa Water provides 100% local groundwater to 110,000 residents in an 18-square-mile service area that includes most of the City of Costa Mesa, parts of Newport Beach, and unincorporated Orange County including John Wayne Airport. Follow @MesaWater on Facebook, Instagram. Visit and Mesa Water Reliability Facility to learn more. For questions, email or call 949.631.1200.