The District employs eight (8) full-time employees and one (1) part -time employee.
Yuima also manages, under Management, Bookkeeping and Record Keeping contracts, the following entiti
Some areas in the Pauma Valley were excluded from the District prior to its formation because landowners believed they had an adequate supply of their own. These areas are known as Mootamai Municip
Yuima encompasses 13,460 acres (21 square miles) which includes the following lands in Pauma Valley:
- District owned watershed land - 1,126.77 acres (encompassing Assessor Parcel Nos.
The $1,300,000 debt service for the 1964 general obligation waterworks bonds was paid off in 1989.
On April 19, 2004, the District entered into an installment sale agreement with Municip
New development requires the expansion of existing facilities or the construction of additional facilities. In addition to the general types of funding mechanisms available for all types of facilit
The Yuima Municipal Water District (“Yuima” and/or “District”) was organized on January 19, 1963 under the Municipal Water District Act of 1911. The organization was needed for the prime pu
MWD’s Skinner Filtration Plant, with a capacity of 340 MGD, serves a portion of the treated water requirement of CWA. Yuima began receiving treated water in 1991 from MWD, via the Water Authority
Colorado River supplies are transported from Lake Havasu through the Colorado River Aqueduct to Diamond Valley Lake and then to Lake Mathews in Riverside County. B
On April 15, 1968 Yuima and Palomar Mutual Water Company entered into an Agreement for Acquisition of Water System and Palomar Mutual became known as Improvement District "A" (IDA). Palomar's water
The population of Pauma Valley is approximately 2,227. Approximately 350 meters are served on a regular basis. Others either have their own private water supply or are supplied by the mutual wate
Yuima is entitled to one representative on the San Diego County Water Authority (“Water Authority”) Board. Presently the District’s representative is General Manager Amy Reeh. The Water Autho
Prior to Yuima’s formation in 1963, the sole source of water was the San Luis Rey River’s Pauma Groundwater Basin. Following a period of drought extending back to 1949, coupled with increased a
Today Yuima serves 346 service connections through over 44 miles of water main, 25 producing wells, 10 storage tanks, 2 Ag only reservoirs, and 9 pump stations. The district faces several challenge