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The Adventures of Water Kid

Follow the (mis)adventures of water kid as he finds new ways to drop the ball on water conservation!

 

WEEK 1: Dino-Rex vs The Queen Mary

90H2O Kids

90H2O Kids is all about water and kids. Teaching children the importance of water conservation and proper water use is an essential part of the 90H2O education program.

Kids have fun learning about water and water-related things in our 90H2O Kids section:

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You can also find a ton of other games and fun water facts and other information at:

Beach Clean Ups

The Long Beach Water Department organizes an annual beach cleanup in conjunction with the California Coastal Commission's "California Coastal Cleanup Day."  This effort helps make a more 'Beautiful Long Beach' and promotes environmental stewardship and education.

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We support the effort to keep our beaches clean. If you cannot attend our beach clean up, or would like to do more, please visit:

For more information, please send an e-mail to WA-BeachCleanUps@lbwater.org

Outreach & Education

The Long Beach Water Department is dedicated to maintaining an aggressive public outreach and education program.  We strive to provide the most up-to-date information relating to a number of water-related issues, including where your water comes from, how it reaches you, and other useful tips that will help you conserve.  We also offer a variety of educational resources through classroom visits and guest speakers on many water-related topics.

Poly Science Students To Represent Long Beach In Southern California Solar Boat Race

Date: 
May 28, 2003

What: Teams of science students from eight Southern California high schools will compete against one another in a solar powered boat race. Each team of students, including one from Long Beach Polytechnic High School sponsored by the Long Beach Water Department, have built their solar powered boat from scratch. The competition is a three-day event sponsored by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. The event promotes stewardship of resources and alternative technologies.

Long Beach Polytechnic Wins Second Place Overall, Sportsmanship Award, In Solar Boat Competition

Date: 
June 2, 2003

Lake Skinner, CA - Long Beach Water Department-sponsored Polytechnic High School placed second overall in the first-ever Southern California solar boat competition, sponsored by the Metropolitan Water District (MWD) of Southern California. The team from Long Beach Poly also received the event's Sportsmanship Award, by far the most important award presented at the event. The event, to promote stewardship of resources and alternative technology, was won by Canyon High School of Anaheim.

Executive Rejoins Forward Thinking Water Agency

Date: 
November 17, 2004

LONG BEACH, CA - Ryan J. Alsop, who has served the last seven months as Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's Director of External Affairs, is rejoining the Long Beach Water Department as Manager of Government and Public Affairs. Alsop, the newest member of the Department's executive management team, is scheduled to start December 1 and will report directly to Kevin Wattier, the Department's General Manager.

S. House of Representatives Passes Water Appropriations Bill; $1.9 Million Earmarked for Long Beach Water Department Projects

WASHINGTON DC – Today, the United States House of Representatives passed H.R. 2419, the FY’06 Energy and Water Development Appropriations bill that funds the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Department of Interior, including the Bureau of Reclamation, the Department of Energy and several independent Agencies.

Presentation of check to the Long Beach Water Department for $3.1 million in State of California Proposition 13 grant funds by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to construct a regional conjunctive use water storage and recovery projec

Presentation of check to the Long Beach Water Department for $3.1 million in State of California Proposition 13 grant funds by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to construct a regional conjunctive use water storage and recovery project with the City of Lakewood.