Big Turnout from Local Students for the 2019 MPWD Water Awareness Calendar.
Louis Vella Elected President; Marks 20th Year of Service to MPWD.
Now is the time to start thinking about your classes’ participation in our 2019 calendar contest. Each year we sponsor a contest to increase awareness of the need to conserve water.
MPWD teams up with local high school student exploring a career future in marine biology.
Dave Warden Advanced to President; MPWD Focuses on Infrastructure.
Around 4:00 am on Friday morning, a potential water leak was reported by Belmont PD between Monserat and Monte Cresta. MPWD technicians were onsite within an hour and were able to shut off water flow by 6:00 am. Ongoing updates were available throughout the day.
Local School Talent Showcased in the 2017 Mid-Peninsula Water District Calendar. March 2017
The MPWD has elected new leadership for its 2017 Board of Directors. Al Stuebing, an MPWD Board member since 2009, was elected president while Dave Warden, an MPWD Board member since 2013, will serve a second term as vice president.
In May of 2015, the MPWD was approached by Thomas Kish, a local scout, with a proposed community “Demo Garden” concept to meet the requirements of his Eagle Leadership Service Award.
Matthew P. Zucca takes the helm as president; ready for a big year in 2016
2015 Mid-Peninsula Water District Calendar Showcases the Top Picks. March 2015.
Betty Linvill takes the helm as president; sets course for 2015. February 2015.
Public Utility has served the community since the Roaring Twenties. August 2014.
Veteran board member Louis J. Vella assumes the role as MPWD president. February 2014.
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Approved Water Rates for Fiscal Year 2019-2020
Approved Water Rates for Fiscal Year 2018-2019
Mid-Peninsula Water District is committed to manage operations within the current MPWD rate structure for another year. No water rate increases for next fiscal year, beginning July 1, 2017. Serving you is our business!
Following a formal notice and Proposition 218 majority protest hearing process on June 25, 2015, the MPWD Board of Directors approved a series of annual water rate adjustments over a 5-year period (July 1, 2015, through June 30, 2020), including a pass through provision of any excess SFPUC wholesale water rate increases.
Mid-Peninsula Water District (MPWD) is a community-owned and governed public agency that provides water service to Belmont, San Carlos, and surrounding areas in San Mateo County. This notice is being sent to inform you that MPWD is proposing to increase water rates over the next five (5) years and adopt Water Shortage Emergency Rates designed to recover costs of providing service during periods of drought and reduced water sales. MPWD will hold a public hearing on the proposed rates as follows:
Date: Thursday, June 25, 2015
Time: 6:30 pm
Place: Mid-Peninsula Water District
3 Dairy Lane, Belmont, CA 94002
MPWD relies primarily on revenues from water service charges to fund its costs of providing water service. As such, water rates must be set at levels adequate to fund the costs of operating and maintaining the water system, pay for wholesale water supplied by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), and fund necessary capital investments to keep the water system in good operating condition.
Following a formal notice and Proposition 218 majority protest hearing process on May 27, 2010, the MPWD Board of Directors approved a series of up to 9% annual water rate adjustments over a 5-year period (July 1, 2010, through June 30, 2014).
The SFPUC will impose a wholesale water rate increase of 19.6% effective July 1st. That means the charge for wholesale customers, like the MPWD, will be increased from $2.45 CCF to $2.93 CCF. Financing costs for the SFPUC WSIP are the cause for its wholesale rate increase in Fiscal Year (FY) 2014/2015.
As part of our commitment to providing timely and cost-effective information on matters and issues that affect our customers, MPWD delivers inserts in customer bills and advertises in local community media on a regular basis. Connecting with our customers is a priority for MPWD. Look for the next insert in your monthly bill.