District FacilitiesWestern has an administrative office and operations center to meet our customer needs.

Western’s new administrative office is located at 14205 Meridian Parkway, just off Alessandro Blvd. and I-215 for easy access by our customers. The new headquarters building is LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) certified under the Green Interior Design & Construction category. Western’s new community room is available to the public for meetings and receptions.

The operations center is a LEED certified facility that is also a partnership site with the Riverside County Fire Department, making it a great utilization of combined efforts and overlapping cost savings.

In our Murrieta Division, we have an office located at 42290 Ivy Street. Western has several facilities throughout its service area including the Arlington Desalter in Riverside; the Western Water Recycling Facility off the I-215 Freeway near March Air Reserve Base; and the Western Riverside County Regional Wastewater Facility in Corona.

The District operates 117 pumps with a total horsepower of 17,650. The system encompasses nearly 600 miles of pipeline, ranging in diameter from 4 to 60 inches. The 35 water storage reservoirs have a capacity of roughly 76 million gallons. The largest is the Orangecrest Reservoir, which can store up to 12.5 million gallons of water.

Public Use of District Facilities

Western Municipal Water District designates specific facilities to be available for use by local government agencies and non-profit organizations. Facilities designated to be available for public use include the Community Room, Training Room, and Operations Public Conference Room. For information on the rules and regulations, please refer to the links below.

District Facility Use Application