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  • Lead Concerns in the Public Water Supply

    Lead in the water supply in Flint, Michigan has been in the news and is the subject of recent Congressional hearings. You might be wondering, “Could what happened in Flint happen in the Otay Water District? What Happened – In Flint, there are an estimated......

  • New Desalination Plant Delivers Drought-Relief to Otay Customers

    An ocean water desalination plant is now delivering high-quality drinking water to San Diego County customers. Since this is a new drinking water supply, the State has lowered mandatory conservation targets for homes and businesses served by the plant. Otay Water District’s new conservation target is......

  • Otay Turns 60

    On January 27, 1956, the California Legislature authorized the establishment of the Otay Water District....

  • Mitch Thompson Elected President of the Board of Directors

    On Wednesday, January 6, the Otay Water District Board of Directors voted unanimously to elect Mitch Thompson president of the board of directors. Jose Lopez, who served as president for seven years, was elected vice president. Tim Smith was elected Treasurer. In May of 2012,......

  • Preparations for El Niño

    El Niño has arrived. What is El Niño? El Niño refers to conditions linked to a warming in sea surface temperatures across the equator. The effects of this include unusual weather patterns such as wetter than normal circumstances and heavy rainfall. Meteorologists have been closely monitoring conditions since......


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