Regional Water Leader Brian Bowcock Honored for Public Service by Rowland Water District Jan 30, 2023 Member Submitted News ROWLAND HEIGHTS – The Rowland Water District (RWD) Board of Directors signed a resolution honoring Brian Bowcock for two decades of distinguished service as a director of Three Valleys Municipal Water District (TVMWD), the District’s wholesale water agency. Bowcock has worked in various positions in the industry for more than 60 years, including director of public works for the City of LaVerne, controller at the Southern California Water Utilities Association, marketing director for Civiltec Engineering and volunteer for the American Water Works Association. His term on the TVMWD Board ended this month. “Brian Bowcock has been a trusted voice in the water industry for many years. It was important for us to acknowledge his contributions to ensuring a safe and stable water supply for Southern California,” RWD General Manager Tom Coleman said. RWD receives State Water Project supplies from TVMWD, and the two districts collaborate on regional and statewide water issues. “It has been my honor to represent the public’s interest for so many years, to play a role in decisions that directly impact the future of this region, and to have worked with so many exceptional people,” Bowcock said. Bowcock started his career in local government in 1959 and has served on the TVMWD Board of Directors since January 2003. The resolution approved on December 13, 2022, commends his sound judgment and strong leadership throughout his career while providing top-quality service for customers. # # # About Rowland Water District Rowland Water District was formed 65 years ago to provide water service to 200 ranchers and farmers in a rural, agricultural community. Over the years, the District has evolved to meet the changing needs of a dynamic and rapidly growing customer base. Rowland Water currently delivers 14 million gallons of safe drinking water to about 58,000 people every day. The District maintains 150 miles of potable water pipeline and 25 miles of recycled water pipeline to serve 13,500 customer connections across 17.2 square miles in southeast Los Angeles County, including portions of Rowland Heights, Hacienda Heights, La Puente, and the cities of Industry and West Covina.