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  • The Chamber Mission

  • The Regional Chamber of Commerce – San Gabriel Valley shall be a premier organization providing advocacy, education, and networking resources for a better business and community environment.

  • The Regional Chamber of Commece proudly belongs to the

    San Gabriel Valley Legislative

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    Advocating on Behalf of Business!

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  • Rowland Water District

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    The Rowland Water District service area encompasses a 17.2 square mile area in southeastern Los Angeles County. The District currently provides potable and recycled water for approximately 58,000 people through 13,500 service connections in portions of Rowland Heights, Hacienda Heights, La Puente and the cities of Industry and West Covina.


    The District is governed by a publicly elected, five-person Board of Directors who hold regularly scheduled public meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM. The day-to-day administrative and operational functions are conducted with a staff of twenty-five full-time employees. The District’s operating plan and operational personnel are regulated and certified by the California Department of Public Health.




  • Walnut Valley Water District


    Formed on July 10, 1952, the Walnut Valley Water District, a California Water District, is located approximately 20 miles east of Los Angeles in the San Gabriel Valley, encompassing an area of approximately 29 square miles with over 26,000 service connections serving nearly 100,000 multi-use customers in six communities. The District's present service area includes all of the city of Diamond Bar, portions of the cities of Industry, Pomona, Walnut, and West Covina, and the easterly section of the unincorporated area of Rowland Heights.


    The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors who are elected to overlapping four year terms in odd-numbered years. The District has five separate election divisions, each represented by a director residing in, and elected by the voters of, the division. The Board of Directors is responsible for setting District policy and establishing long-range goals and direction for the District to ensure that its operations continue to run efficiently and effectively, both today and in the decades to come.



  • Suburban Water Systems

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    Suburban Water Systems, a part of SouthWest Water Company, is an investor-owned water utility providing high-quality water and reliable service in an approximately 42-square-mile service area that covers all or portions of Glendora, Covina, West Covina, La Puente, Hacienda Heights, City of Industry, Walnut, Whittier, La Mirada, La Habra, Buena Park and unincorporated portions of California's Los Angeles and Orange counties.

    Suburban Water serves a population of about 300,000 through a water distribution system than includes 18 wells, 32 reservoirs and more than 800 miles of pipeline. Our network of facilities pumps and distributes approximately 56,000 acre-feet of water annually (an acre-foot of water is about 326,000 gallons, which meets the annual average indoor/outdoor water needs of 1-2 households).

    Groundwater comes from Suburban-owned wells in the Main San Gabriel Basin and Central Basin. The well water is disinfected and treated prior to entering the distribution system. This water is supplemented with water purchased mainly from member agencies of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD), Covina Irrigating Company, and California Domestic Water Company (Cal Domestic). Suburban Water is regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission.