Switching to Paperless Billing Saves Paper, Money and Water
Costa Mesa, Calif.; August 23, 2013 – Mesa Water District (Mesa Water) has expanded its online bill paying service that, in addition to allowing customers to schedule regular bi-monthly payments online, offers an option to make a one-time only payment.
Switching to paperless bill payment options with Mesa Water is simple. Customers may visit MesaWater.org and click on one of three options: Sign Me Up, Login, or Make a One-Time Payment.
By signing up to receive bills electronically, Mesa Water customers are conserving valuable resources. There are typically four pieces of paper in each billing statement, which requires ten gallons of water to produce. Eliminating paper statements conserves the four pieces of paper and the ten gallons of water needed to create them.
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Water Quality Report Highlights Mesa Water Board’s Commitment To Providing Safe, Reliable Water
Costa Mesa, Calif.; June 20, 2013 – Mesa Water District (Mesa Water) has released to the public its 2013 Water Quality Report containing important information about water quality and how it surpasses all state and federal drinking water standards. The report also offers information about the District’s water supply sources and the treatment and maintenance of Mesa Water’s groundwater.
Collins Brings Over 15 Years Of Communications Expertise To The Role
Costa Mesa; May 31, 2013 – Seasoned communications professional, Noelle Collins, recently joined Mesa Water District (Mesa Water) as Communications Coordinator in the District’s Public & Government Affairs Department. Collins is responsible for creating and maintaining Mesa Water’s communications content, conducting media relations, facilitating outreach campaigns about water use efficiency and the District’s infrastructure improvements, and planning, promoting, publicizing and producing community events and water education programs. As Communications Coordinator, Collins reports to Mesa Water’s Public & Government Affairs Manager.
New Guidelines Tighten Limits
Costa Mesa, Calif.; May 20, 2013 – The Mesa Water District (Mesa Water) Board of Directors updated its guidelines for District credit card use, as well as its expense reimbursement policy, to further its commitment to financial transparency.
“Mesa Water’s Board has revised its guidelines to strengthen its business practices and demonstrate its continued commitment to serving the public,” says James R. Fisler, President of the Mesa Water Board of Directors. President Fisler continues, “As an AAA-rated water district, Mesa Water is one of the most efficient water districts in Orange County, and able to serve 100 percent of its customers’ water needs with locally-sourced, reliable water supplies while significantly reducing the District’s carbon footprint.”
2013 Strategic Plan Lists Seven Goals Guiding Mesa Water’s Performance
Costa Mesa, Calif.; April 14, 2013 – The Mesa Water District (Mesa Water) Board of Directors updated its strategic plan which guides the District’s performance in providing high-quality water to Mesa Water customers. The updated strategic plan was adopted by Mesa Water’s Board at its April 11 meeting.
“The strategic plan is designed to guide Mesa Water in achieving its overall mission of satisfying our community’s water needs,” says James R. Fisler, President of the Mesa Water Board of Directors. President Fisler continues, “This in turn benefits our customers in that, as a result of the District’s past strategic plans, Mesa Water is now AAA-rated, one of the most efficient water districts in Orange County, and able to serve 100 percent of its customer’s needs with local, reliable water supplies while significantly reducing our carbon footprint.”
Water-Saving Landscape Workshops to Take Place April 13 and April 27
Costa Mesa, Calif. (March 13, 2013) - Today, the Mesa Water District (Mesa Water) Board of Directors hosted a VIP Mesa Water Reliability Day ceremony, commemorating Mesa Water attaining 100 percent local water reliability, meaning the District is able to serve all of its customers’ water needs with local water supplies. The event took place at the recently improved Mesa Water Reliability Facility (MWRF), which is responsible for increasing the District’s water production to bring Mesa Water to 100 percent local reliability.
Mesa Water Reliability Day Takes Place March 13, Milestone Coincides With National Groundwater Awareness Week
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