The Mojave Water Agency’s Board of Directors uses the committee format where in-depth discussion, debate, and deliberation occur on matters which the Board must decide. The committee does not vote on matters and only makes recommendations to the full Board. Committee members shall serve a term of one year or until such time as successors are appointed.
Engineering and Operations Committee
This Committee reviews all issues related to engineering and operations of capital improvement projects and Agency facilities. Staff makes recommendations for consideration to the Board of Directors. The Committee meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
Legal, Legislative and Public Information Committee
This Committee addresses issues involving legal matters associated with the Agency and regional, state, and federal legislation that could impact the Agency or its constituents. The committee also addresses issues in relation to public information and events. The Committee meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
Morongo Basin Pipeline Commission
The Commission is comprised of five officials, one from each of the member entities of Improvement District M, including: Mojave Water Agency, County of San Bernardino Service Area 70, Bighorn-Desert View Water Agency, Hi-Desert Water District, and Joshua Basin Water District. This Commission addresses issues of interest to the residents in the Morongo Basin and pertinent to the Morongo Basin Pipeline project. The Commission meets quarterly beginning with March, June, September, and December on the 2nd Wednesday of that month.
Personnel, Finance and Security Committee
This Committee reviews all issues related to changes in personnel policy and financial matters, and receives updates and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors on issues involving the security of Agency facilities. The Committee meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
Planning, Resources and Technology Committee
This Committee is updated by Agency staff and makes recommendation to the Board of Directors on all issues involving planning for a future water supply for the region, resources associated with those efforts, and information technology issues. The Committee meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
Technical Advisory Committee
This Committee to the Mojave Water Agency (TAC) is an independent, voluntary group of water purveyors, pumpers, and other interested parties located within Agency boundaries. The TAC meets in a public forum to discuss common concerns and acts to assist the MWA with technical, professional, economic, and community recommendations and counsel concerning policy decisions relating to management of water resources. The TAC also assists in determining the needs, desires, and financial capabilities of the MWA with respect to management of water resources and, upon deliberation, shall convey recommendations to the
MWA was appointed as Watermaster in 1993 pursuant to the Court Judgment which adjudicated the rights to pump groundwater in the Mojave Basin Area. The Watermaster's main responsibilities are to monitor and verify water production for approximately 475 parties (1,700 wells), collect required assessments, conduct studies, and prepare an annual report of its findings and activities to the Court. Watermaster also acts as the clearinghouse for recording water transfers, maintains records for all such transfers, and reports changes in ownership of Base Annual Production rights to the Court. The Watermaster typically meets the 4th Wednesday of each month at 4:30 p.m. (except April, June, August, November, and December unless needed).
Meetings and events may be rescheduled, please check the Agency Calendar here.