East Valley Water District offers 2 different tours to highlight the water production and distribution system that serves our customers.

North Fork Water System Tour

While East Valley Water District was established in 1954, an important water supply known as North Fork was created by citrus farmers in 1885. Take a trip with us through the San Bernardino National Forest to see the headwaters of the Santa Ana River.

This trip is a day-long tour beginning at the District headquarters and traveling to the North Fork Intake, 2 Southern California Edison facilities, the Seven Oaks Dam, and North Fork Confluence.

  • Held once a year in the spring
  • Space is limited

East Valley Water District Facilities Tour

Operating an efficient water system requires a specialized team of employees and a variety of facilities throughout the 30.1 square mile service area. The East Valley Water District Facilities Tour features a trip to various well sites, booster stations, and even the surface water treatment plant.

  • Typically held once a year in the fall
  • Space is limited

To be placed on the sign-up list for either tour, email Public Affairs.