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“Plan for Water” is statewide finalist for excellence award

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NID’s Plan for Water (PFW) has been honored as a statewide finalist for the Clair A. Hill Water Agency Award for Excellence, presented by the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA).

The PFW process was lauded for stressing public collaboration to determine the best ways to meet the NID's community demand for water over the coming decades. The result of the 2.5-year process is strategic options that reflect a balanced mix of community perspectives.

The District’s Board of Directors will use the strategic options to make decisions going forward.

The Clair A. Hill Water Agency Award was presented during ACWA’s 2024 Spring Conference and Expo in Sacramento.

The annual award recognizes outstanding achievements by public water agencies. The award is sponsored by Jacobs in the name of founder Clair A. Hill.

The winner of the award was East Valley Water District (EVWD) for its Sterling Natural Resource Center, a 20- acre wastewater treatment and community facility in Highland, Ca. Along with NID, other finalists were Eastern Municipal Water District (Perris, Ca.) for its Grants and Loans Program and Turlock Irrigation District for its Upper Dawson Hydroelectric Facility

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