Information for Builders & Developers

Due to a Major Shutdown from Crescenta Valley Water District’s Imported Water Supplier Metropolitan Water District, (MWD) occurring from September 6-20, 2022, the District will not be conducting any fire flow testing during that time.  Requests submitted after August 23, 2022 will not be performed until after September 20,2022.

Starting Tuesday, September 6, 2022, most of Southern California residents and businesses are being called on to suspend outdoor watering for 15 days as a critical water pipeline is shut down for emergency repairs. This includes all Crescenta Valley Water District customers too. The pipeline is part of Metropolitan Water District's (MWD) regional water system, delivering water from the Colorado River. MWD is putting out an urgent water-saving call to stretch Southern California's severely limited water supplies.  

 

Crescenta Valley Water District receives about 50% of its water from MWD. This shutdown will affect all agencies receiving water that goes through this pipeline. Therefore, all the affected water agencies will be asking their residents and businesses to not water landscapes for these 15 days and significantly reduce their water usage, in order to conserve limited State Water Project supplies. Click here to view the map of affected MWD member agencies.

New Meter, New Fire Hydrant, New Fire Service, Will Serve Letters (water and sewer connection) - Fill the form below

For new meters, new fire hydrants, new fire service, water, and sewer availability assessment (Will Serve Letters), and all other requests, please complete the request form below. 

 

Submit any supporting documents such as:

  • Site plans which include the scope of work, existing, and proposed square footage (SF)
  • Accurate and detailed architectural floor plans that include existing and proposed plans
  • Architectural elevation, sections, and roof plans
  • Plumbing plans

 

Plan check may be required. Please ensure that plans have passed Building Completeness Check via the EPIC-LA website and submit confirmation with your request. For water services in the city of Glendale, please submit the appropriate worksheet provided by the City of Glendale.

 

An appointment is required for payment. Call or email your CVWD point of contact to schedule an appointment.

A representative from the Engineering Department will contact you within 24 business hours and process your request within 3-4 business weeks. All requests are reviewed and completed in the order received.

Project Address
Owner Information
Mailing Address (if different than above)
Contractor or Designer Information
Type of Request

(Water & Sewer Availability, Static Water Pressure, New Fire Hydrant, New Fire Service, New Meter, etc.)

LA County Plan Check Contact
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(Floor plan, LA County Check list, etc.) Please limit your total file size to 10MB. If your files are larger, please contact us for alternate delivery methods.

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