Engineering and Operations

Central Basin is committed to bringing opportunities to the communities it serves in the form of conservation programs and capital improvements, such as the expansion of the District's Recycled Water Program. The Central Basin Engineering Department plays a key role advancing such projects. The Department is responsible for maintaining and operating the District's facilities; researching and planning capital improvements; and expanding the recycled water connections.

Browse our pages for information on Central Basin's Recycled Water Program, Facilities, and Capital Projects.

Recycled Water

Central Basin's Recycled Water Program helps to conserve 1.6 billion gallons of drinking water annually. Click here to learn more.


Central Basin plays a key role in securing water reliability for the Southeast Los Angeles region. It provides imported water supplies as well as recycled water. Click here to learn more.

Capital Projects

Through grant funding, Central Basin is expanding its Recycled Water System and connecting more sites to this source of water. Click here to learn more