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IRWD's Water Resources Master Plan is a comprehensive planning document that identifies existing and future planned water supply sources and demand. The IRWD Capital Program supports the needs identified in the Water Resources Master plan and includes more than 500 active and planned projects with expenditures totaling more than $800 million over the next 30 years. 

Simply put, we have a plan to make sure our customers have what they need, when they need it. A plan that provides water, sewer service, produces recycled water and provides urban runoff treatment. All of this involves constructing new projects, installing new pipes, building and fixing problems before they occur. If you have seen us out and about working in the community, this is the place you can read about what we're doing.


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Annual Cleanup Draws More than 150 VolunteersA trio of discarded bicycle frames, the tattered arm of an over-stuffed sofa, a weather-worn soccer ball and hundreds of discarded cigarette butts and snack wrappers were among the items found during this year’s Annual Watershed Cleanup Day event sponsored...
A Refuge to Inspire Your LandscapeTake a trip to the San Joaquin Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary—a hidden gem in Irvine. The RightScape demonstration garden surrounding the Visitors Center has more than three dozen plant varieties, each identified with a plant marker and QR code for...
Happy to See Green? Thank Our Purple PipesLet’s be honest. We love our treelined streets, verdant medians and common areas that define the Irvine Ranch Water District. And while other communities are cutting back on their landscaping, ours continues to flourish. Since 1963, IRWD has been implementing a...