January 5, 2018 Last year, LADWP completed construction work to remove Silver Lake and Ivanhoe from the drinking water system. Thanks to an above-average year of snow in the Eastern Sierra—registering at more than double the snowpack of a typical year – LADWP refilled the reservoirs ahead of schedule using surplus water from the Los […]
LOS ANGELES (November 7, 2017) – The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) and IBEW Local 18 delivered another impressive performance in the 34th Annual International Lineman’s Rodeo & Expo on Saturday, October 14 in Bonner Springs, Kansas, as one of its teams finished third in a Journeyman category and three of its […]
October 4, 2017 Rowena Ponds are two small interconnected bodies of water above the Rowena Tank. They are considered decorative water features for the beautification of the area and are not connected to the LADWP drinking water system. As part of routine maintenance, the Rowena Ponds are being drained to remove any organic material that […]
September 14, 2017 Over the next two months, LADWP will be presenting information on the Equity Metrics Data Initiative (EMDI) to several Neighborhood Councils and community groups throughout the City. LADWP staff will be previewing this presentation with the LA Board of Water and Power Commissioners during their meeting on Tuesday, September 19 at 10 […]
Read the MOU Between Neighborhood Councils and LADWP.
LADWP General Manager David Wright will join Tony Wilkinson, Chair of the DWP MOU Oversight Committee, Jack Humphreville, President of the DWP Advocacy Committee, and Dr. Fred Pickel, Ratepayer Advocate, at the 2017 Congress of Neighborhoods this Saturday. Mr. Wright will present at the 10:40 a.m. session entitled, “The Civics of Water and Power.” It […]