Turf Replacement Demonstration Project

YLWD has partnered with the City of Placentia to replace grass located on center medians with artificial turf. These median islands are located on Yorba Linda Boulevard between McCormack Lane and Linda Vista Street.

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Board Reorganizes - Kiley Named President

The Yorba Linda Water District Board of Directors have appointed Director Robert R. (Bob) Kiley, as President of the Board. The Board also appointed Director Ric Collett as Vice President.

Kiley, first elected to the Board in November of 2010, after serving on the YLWD's Citizens Advisory Committee, is a small business owner and the Director of the Republican Party of Orange County during the Reagan Administration.  

Collett, who was elected to the Board in November 2004, retired last year from Republic Services.  He also currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Yorba Linda Community Foundation, and the Boys and Girls Club of Garden Grove. He is also a member of the Yorba Linda Chamber of Commerce.

Always Ask For ID

ask for IDSafety is a top priority at YLWD, especially the safety of our customers.  Burglaries and home invasions have increased throughout Orange County in the past year, with reports of some  crooks posing as public utility employees.   If someone knocks on your door claiming to be an YLWD  employee, make sure you ask for identification. Keep in mind that unless an appointment is made, a water district employee will almost never have reason to ask for entry into your home.


• YLWD field employees wear  a uniform and an ID Badge with a photo.
• Look for District vehicles  with proper District decals.
• Water quality samples are taken from outside the residence.
• If anyone  suspicious comes to your door do not let them  in.

If you need assistance, call 911 or call the Orange County Sheriff’s Department at (714) 647-7000.



On October 10, 2013, the Yorba Linda Water District Board of Directors voted unanimously to approve the agreement with Orange County Water District (OCWD) for the Annexation of the remaining 26% of the YLWD service area into the OCWD groundwater basin.

“This will prove to be a major enhancement to the overall reliability of the District’s water supply,” said Board President, Gary Melton. “In time, we will be able to pump the maximum amount of groundwater allowable each year. With ground water being less costly than import water, this will vastly enhance our ability to keep our variable water costs down and sustain low water rates for our customers.”

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