Our mission is to provide reliable, high-quality supplies from Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and other sources to meet present and future needs at an equitable and economical cost, and to promote water use efficiency for all of Orange County.
Of Orange County’s total water demand
is met by imported water supplies
Gallons of imported water are purchased by
MWDOC each year to meet OC’s demand
Gallons of water are saved each year through
MWDOCs water use efficiency programs
Over 3 Million
Orange County students have participated in
MWDOC’s water education program
Of South Orange County is dependent on
Of water can be saved each year simply
by fixing leaks around your home
Of water can be saved outdoors each year
simply by installing a smart sprinkler timer
Average amount of rainfall OC gets each year.
It takes about 48 inches to sustain turf grass.
Of water each minute can be saved simply by
turning off the garden hose when not in use
- Aug 21st, 2018 WACO Planning Committee
- Sep 3rd, 2018 Labor Day – Office Closed
- Sep 4th, 2018 ISDOC Executive Committee Meetings
- Sep 4th, 2018 Planning & Operations Committee
- Sep 5th, 2018 Workshop Board Meeting
- City of Westminster Wins 2018 Wyland OC Mayor's Challenge News Release
- MWDOC Board Adopts Resolution in Support of Metropolitan’s Increase Share of the California WaterFix Learn More
- Saddleback College Awarded World Water Forum Grant Learn More
- Wyland Foundation Partners with MWDOC for Pocket Park Learn more
Water Use Efficiency
Offering water wise education, tips, resources, water saving programs and incentives
for Orange County residents and businesses.
MWDOC works with local Orange County water providers to offer rebates and incentives to residential and commercial water users.
Orange County residents can save water and money by taking advantage of available rebates offered on both indoor and outdoor water-saving devices.
Rebates are now available to Orange County commercial customers on a variety of water-saving devices used for your business.
The Water Advisory Committee of Orange County (WACO) facilitates the introduction, and discussions, related to current and emerging water issues in Orange County for policy makers and water industry professionals. Monthly meetings are open to the public and include presentations from a diverse group of speakers on a variety of water-related topics.
The Independent Special Districts of Orange County (ISDOC) is a membership association that represents the interests, and provides advocacy, on behalf of Orange County’s 25 independent special districts.