CLWA and NCWD Collaborate on Regional Water Governance

Legislation has been introduced to form the Santa Clarita Valley Water District from the Newhall County Water District and Castaic Lake Water Agency.

For roughly one year, NCWD and CLWA had discussed ways to enhance regional collaboration, benefit ratepayers and advance water reliability across the region.

Important information can be found by visiting:

About the Castaic Lake Water Agency:
The Castaic Lake Water Agency (CLWA) is the Santa Clarita Valley’s public water wholesaler. CLWA is one of 29 State Water Project contractors and receives water imported from northern California and Kern County through the California Aqueduct.  CLWA operates three large treatment plants, three major pump stations, three water storage facilities and over 45 miles of large diameter transmission pipelines delivering water to four local water retailers.  Our mission is to provide reliable, quality water at a reasonable cost to the Santa Clarita Valley.

About the Newhall County Water District:
Newhall County Water District traces its roots back to 1913 and is the Santa Clarita Valley’s first public water utility, currently providing service to more than 44,400 residents in portions of the City of Santa Clarita and unincorporated Los Angeles County communities, including Newhall, Canyon Country, Valencia and Castaic.  For more information about the District, visit