A customer event featuring water-saving giveaways, free plants and landscaping tips
RIVERSIDE, CA – Western Municipal Water District will host a forum for both Riverside and Murrieta customers this fall. Murrieta customers are invited to attend Western’s Water 411 on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at 6 p.m. at Murrieta Elementary School, 24725 Adams Avenue; Riverside customers should save the date for Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 5:30 p.m. at Western’s Headquarters, 14205 Meridian Parkway.
Featuring water-saving giveaways and landscaping tips, this free event will give customers an opportunity to meet regional water experts and get the water 411 directly from Western Municipal Water District. Not only will a UCCE Master Gardener be available to share gardening tips, but all Western customers in attendance will receive a voucher for a free 1-gallon plant.
“Providing an exceptional customer experience is one of our top priorities,” said General Manager Craig Miller. “The Water 411s give us a chance to connect directly with customers, share how Western is working to deliver the highest quality water available, and answer any questions.”
Offered twice per year, the fall forum will help customers understand water budgets. Guests will also learn about Western’s water-saving programs along with the technology that allows customers to take control of their water use. Customers will hear about the latest hot topics in water including PFOS and PFOA, and public safety power shutoffs.
For more information, visit wmwd.com, or contact Western’s Strategic Communications Department at 951.571.7100 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Western Municipal Water District provides water supply, wastewater disposal and water resource management to the public in a safe, reliable, environmentally sensitive and financially responsible manner.