ACWA Region 9 Tour & Program: Securing Future Water Supplies & Cultivating The Next Generation of Water Professionals Southern Califorinia WHEN October 10 8:00 am – 1:00 pm Add to Calendar 10/10/2019 8:00 am 10/10/2019 1:00 pm America/Los_Angeles ACWA Region 9 Tour & Program: Securing Future Water Supplies & Cultivating The Next Generation of Water Professionals Discover the best in lodging at this Rancho Cucamonga hotel — offering complimentary breakfast, parking and shuttle. The highest building with Mountain View that is really energetic in the day time and very romantic at night. The Best Western Plus Heritage Inn Rancho Cucamonga/Ontario is centrally located right in the heart of Rancho Cucamonga Cucamonga Valley Water District’s Frontier Project 10435 Ashford Street Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 MM/DD/YYYY LOCATION Cucamonga Valley Water District’s Frontier Project 10435 Ashford Street Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Get Directions ACCOMMODATIONS Best Western Plus Heritage Inn Rancho Cucamonga/Ontario 8179 Spruce Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 (909) 466-1111 Visit Website COST $25 Member Pre-Registration Fee $40 Non-Member Pre-Registration Fee DEADLINE October 3, 2019 or until space is full. REGISTER NOW ACWA Region 9 is one of California’s fastest developing areas and a reliable water supply is critical to the region’s continued prosperity. Portions of the region are heavily dependent on Northern Sierra imported water supplies, which have experienced a 50 percent average annual reduction in the last decade. Combined with the challenge of an aging workforce, Region 9 water agencies continue their collaborative efforts to implement innovative new ways to meet the needs of water users. This year’s annual event offers participants a tour the Lloyd W. Michael Water Treatment Plant which is one of the region’s most advanced water filtration facilities. Following the tour, there will be a panel discussion on innovative programs that will prepare the next generation of water industry professionals; and an opportunity to hear from and share thoughts with Jennifer Pierre, the General Manager for the State Water Contractors, regarding the future of reliable imported water supplies for the region.