Water/Wastewater

COVID-19 NOTIFICATIONS

Flush First Before Reopening

The City of Banning encourages businesses to follow federal Centers for Disease Control guidelines and flush water lines before reopening once the COVID-19 shutdown has lifted. During the closure, many businesses have sat idle and water lines most likely have been unused. It is strongly recommended to property flush these water lines for at least 10-15 minutes to ensure water quality and safety before business operations commence once again. Restaurants should also empty and refill ice makers and similar appliances connected to tap water. Please review Large Building Water System Startup Guidelines for Commercial Customers for additional information. For inquiries or assistance, please call Public Works @ 951-922-3130. 

 Covid-19 Drinking Water Fact SheetSpanish

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The Water and Wastewater Utilities Department is responsible for supplying high-quality water to utility customers as well as resource planning for long-term reliable water supply. The Department is also responsible for the collection, treatment and disposal of wastewater in an economic and efficient manner as per State and Federal guidelines.

Water Rates


2019 Annual Water Quality Report

2018 Annual Water Quality Report

2017 Annual Water Quality Report

2018 Integrated Master Plan

Integrated Master Plan Appendices 2018

San Gorgonio Integrated Regional Water Management Plan – May 2018

PROP 218 - Noticed of Proposed Water and Sewer Rate Changes

PROP 218 - Aviso de Cambios Propuestos en las Tasas de Agua y Alcantarillado

Staff Report (March 27, 2018): Water and Wastewater Proposition 218 Notice of Proposed Rate Update

Willdan’s Water and Wastewater 2018 Final Report Rate Study

Willdan’s Water and Sewer 2018 Rate Study PowerPoint Presentation 

Water Supply Reliability Self-Certification

2015 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) 

2015 Annual Water Quality Report  

2016 Annual Water Quality Report

Water Standards

Recycled Water Standards

Sewer Standards