The Beaumont Irrigation District was formed in March of 1919 under the Wright Act of 1897. Over the years, both the name and the mission of the District have changed. Today, the Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District continues to develop programs and policies that ensure a supply of water for the area's growing population.

The origin of the Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water
District dates back to the latter part of the 1800’s
when the Southern California Investment Company
was the owner of the land that currently is the City

of Beaumont and the Community of Cherry Valley. The
Company was owned by a gentleman named F.P. Sigler, who
intended to build a system of water lines for the purpose of
developing subdivisions throughout the Beaumont and Cherry
Valley area... Click here for more information about the
history of the district.

November 26, 2015

Special Joint Meeting November 30th

November 11, 2015

Regular Board Meeting cancelled due to holiday

October 22, 2015

Notice of Intent to Amend the Conflict of Interest Code

October 13, 2015

Interest to Serve Division 2

September 24, 2015

BCVWD Notice of Interest for Division 2

September 24, 2015

BCVWD Notice of Vacancy for Division 2

August 14, 2014

BCVWD Enacts Water Use Restrictions

July 22, 2014

Click Here to view the 2013 Consumer Confidence Report

May 9, 2014

Click Here to view the 2013 Urban Water Management Plan Update Draft

Apr 25, 2014

The Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District is currently soliciting informal competitive procurement quotations (Request for Quotation) from Vendors for Furnishing and Delivering Ductile Iron Piping and Miscellaneous Piping and Miscellaneous Materials and Appurtenances for the District's Project entitled Noble Creek Recharge Facilities Phase II. More...

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