The Inland Empire Utilities Agency collects, treats, and disposes of wastewater; and supplies imported and recycled water and other utility-related services to seven agencies in the southwest corner of San Bernardino County. Today, the Agency is responsible for serving approximately 830,000 people over 242 square miles in western San Bernardino County. The Agency is focused on providing three key services: (1) treating wastewater, developing recycled water, local water resources, and conservation programs to reduce the region’s dependence on imported water supplies and drought-proof the service area; (2) converting biosolids and waste products into a high-quality compost made from recycled materials; and (3) generating electrical energy from renewable sources.
Board of Directors
Inland Empire Utilities Agency is governed by a five member Board of Directors who are elected to staggered four year terms by registered voters within their divisions as defined by the division boundary map.
Regularly scheduled Board meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month and are held at the Agency’s headquarters located at 6075 Kimball Ave, Chino, CA 91708. Meetings typically begin at 10:00 am.