Join Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) for its annual Splash into Spring community water festival event on Saturday, March 14, 2020 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its headquarters located at 31315 Chaney Street in Lake Elsinore. At this free family event, attendees will learn about the process EVMWD uses to treat more than 5.5 million gallons of sewer water per day, the construction and maintenance of over 700 miles of pipeline throughout the EVMWD service area and saving money and water with a more water-efficient home and landscape.
EVMWD staff share their daily work at the District through a variety of demonstrations and interactive displays. Activities include fixing a leaky water main, operating a fire hydrant, cleaning up a polluted watershed and exploring pipes with robotics and video cameras.
Other activities for the day include a visit from EVMWD’s own Elsinore Eddie and Lake Elsinore Storm mascot Thunder. Tours of Elsinore Eddies Gardens at the headquarters are also a highlight of the event, giving visitors an idea of how beautiful a water-efficient landscape can be.
Landscape and irrigation experts, UCCE Master Gardeners, local nurseries, irrigation specialists and home improvement stores will be available to answer your questions about outdoor irrigation, California-friendly plants, gardening and water saving appliances and devices.
To learn more, visit www.evmwd.com/Splash or call (951) 674-3146.