Indian Wells Valley Water District

Embracing Digital Messaging

The Indian Wells Valley Water District (IWVWD) is located in the Mojave Desert about 125 miles north of Los Angeles. Surrounded by mountain ranges on all four sides; the Sierra Nevada on the west, the Coso on the north, the

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Laguna Madre Water District

Simplifying Crisis Communications

The Laguna Madre Water District (LMWD) is located in the Rio Grande Valley along the coast of southern Texas. As a municipal water district, Laguna Madre serves approximately 11,000 customers across four different communities: South Padre Island, Port Isabel, Laguna

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Village of Glenview, IL

Digitizing Manual Staff Processes

The Village of Glenview is a mid-sized community with a publicly owned water utility in Chicago’s northern suburbs, serving a residential population of 46,740 people. In 2015, Glenview began installing automated metering infrastructure (AMI) throughout the village. One of the
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Santa Margarita Water District

Enhancing Engagement Digitally

Santa Margarita Water District (SMWD) is the second largest retail water agency located in Orange County, California. It serves 165,000 customers across the cities of Mission Viejo and Rancho Santa Margarita, and unincorporated parts of Orange County that include Coto
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West Jordan, UT

Building a Bridge to AMI

One of Utah’s fastest growing cities, West Jordan blossomed from a population of 4,221 in 1970 to over 111,000—and is still growing. West Jordan’s water system is operated by the Public Works Department. Public Works maintains over 23,000 water meters, Read More >

Greeley, CO

Right-Sizing Budgets with Analytics

The City of Greeley, Colorado is located in a semi-arid climate, receiving 12-14 inches of precipitation per year. During the drought of 2002, Ruth Quade, Greeley’s Water Conservation Coordinator, needed to come up with the right solution to stimulate greater Read More >

Park City, UT

Park City Powering Leak Alerts with AMI

In 2009 Park City Water began replacing their old analog water meters with Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) technology to be able to view and track water usage in real time. AMI offers cost savings from automated meter reading and, when
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