News and Articles

Fire-Resistant Landscaping Competition

SMWC invites its shareholders/customers to enter its Fire-Resistant Landscaping Competition. Fire-Resistant Landscaping uses strategically placed fire-resistant plants and defensible space to resist the spread of fire to your home.

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SMWC Maps Out Water Supply Reliability

South Mesa Water Company will soon be listed as an “urban water system” under California’s classification system, a significant milestone in its growth as a water provider to communities in Calimesa and Yucaipa. “Being designated an urban water system comes with more stringent governance and reporting requirements . . .

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SMWC Rolls Out 3-Point Drought Plan

South Mesa Water Company is rolling out a three-point drought plan for the areas of Yucaipa and Calimesa it serves. “This is significant in light of the latest U.S. Drought Monitor update which shows nearly all of California is in some stage of drought as the state braces for dry and hot summer.”

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COVID-19 Update

Thank you for being a valued customer. Amid ongoing concerns about the Coronavirus COVID-19, South Mesa Water Company is closely monitoring the latest reports from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and has taken several precautionary measures for the health and...

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Office Closing

Due to current public health concerns over the COVID-19 virus, South Mesa Water Company is taking steps to limit the spread of the virus. The front office will be closed to walk-in customers until further notice. If you are making a payment by cash (all monies will be...

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SMWC Stockholders Meeting

Board of Directors of South Mesa Water Company has announced to company stockholders the annual meeting will be held at the South Mesa Water Company, 391 West Avenue L, Calimesa, California on Tuesday, February 25th at 6:00 p.m.. As the law requires a 20%...

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Regarding the Sandalwood Fire

Dear South Mesa Customers and Shareholders, I want to inform you that South Mesa Water Company’s reservoir levels are at over 90 percent after fires erupted in Calimesa on the afternoon of October 10th in what is being called the “Sandalwood Fire“. We are pleased to...

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