We are proud to support our community through our programs.
Suburban Water Systems partners with local nonprofit organizations and elected officials to distribute turkeys and “fixings” to families during Thanksgiving. Each year Suburban Water Systems delivers over 1,000 turkeys to non-profit organizations who assist families in our service area.
Suburban Water Systems is proud of our Employee Volunteer Program. Employees are now allowed to use 8 hours of paid time to volunteer Monday-Friday for causes within our service area. This is a great way for us to support our communities we serve.
Shepherd’s Pantry Donation Drive
Suburban Water Systems employees team up with Shepherd’s Pantry, located in Glendora, to provide food to families in need in the communities we serve. Shepherds Pantry provides emergency food, clothing, resource assistance and educational programs to families in need.
Suburban Water Systems is proud to participate and sponsor many community and school events in our service area. When applicable, Suburban Water Systems sets up informational booths where employees take the time to answer questions and communicate updates to customers and local elected officials.
Breast Cancer Fundraiser
Patient Donation: Every year Suburban Water Systems provides a donation to a breast cancer patient. In 2021, Suburban Water Systems partnered with La Mirada’s Relay for Life to help designate the deserving patient who will receive the donation to pay for basic necessities while undergoing treatment.
Suburban Water Systems is committed to developing mutually beneficial business relationships with Woman, Minority and Disabled Veteran, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Business Enterprises that have the capability to meet or exceed our requirements for products and services. Identifying these businesses, providing those opportunities to do business with us, and helping them succeed are essential elements in our own success and are directly in line with our mission and core values.
National Theatre for Children help educators inspire and prepare the next generation of scientists, artists, thinkers, pioneers and world citizens by providing free curriculum and performances to schools all over the country. Each year 20 to 25 schools in our service areas to educate children on the importance of conserving water.
Conservation Landscape Classes
Suburban Water Systems has been hosting classes each year since 2010. The instructor covers a lot of good information about keeping your landscape/yard in good shape while also conserving water. We offer 4 to 5 classes per year in the communities we serve.
WISH (LIRA) Program
Suburban Water Systems is pleased to offer the Water Invoice and Statement Help Program (WISH)– a low-income rate assistance program for qualifying residential customers. Each month, WISH provides a bill reducing credit on qualifying customers’ water bills.
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Suburban Water Systems’ Plant 506 is a critical water pumping station located in the City of West Covina that lifts water to a higher elevation for drinking, domestic, irrigation, and firefighting needs. Customer demand for water varies throughout the day; it is higher in the morning and afternoon when customers…
Suburban Water Systems’ (Suburban) 870 miles of distribution pipelines provide water to customers for drinking, domestic use, irrigation, and fire protection. Suburban has a proactive annual program to replace aging and deteriorating water pipelines with new and robust pipelines to provide safe and reliable service to the community. The Safari…
Suburban Water Systems’ 860 miles of distribution pipelines deliver water to customers for drinking, domestic use, irrigation, and fire protection. Suburban has a proactive annual program to replace aged and deteriorating water pipelines with new robust pipelines to provide safe and reliable service to the community. The Dittmar and Kibbee…
Suburban Water Systems (Suburban) needs to determine the viability of installing another well to maximize the use of locally supplied groundwater. The Engineering Department began work on an 8-inch diameter, 1,500 feet deep test well several months ago on a portion of the City of La Mirada’s public works yard…
For more than a decade, the customers of Sativa Los Angeles County Water District, with an approximately 6,837 population served through 1,643 active service connections, endured poor water quality and service from their water board until East Los Angeles area elected officials courageously acted (AB 1577, Gipson) to dissolve the…
Suburban Water Systems’ distribution pipelines provide water to customers for drinking, domestic uses, irrigation, and fire protection. These pipelines deteriorate over time and eventually reach the end of their useful life, often resulting in main breaks and leaks. Suburban has an annual program to replace 1% of its distribution pipelines…