LEARN ABOUT PRWA
To help people better understand the work of PRWA, these links provide direct access to information commonly requested about the agency.
HOW RECYCLED WATER BENEFITS OUR COMMUNITY
The City of Palmdale and surrounding communities in the Antelope Valley possess a limited natural water supply. In order to sustain this supply and meet growing demands, Palmdale Recycled Water Authority (PRWA) utilizes highly treated wastewater to provide water to the irrigation system at McAdam Park. This preserves local water supplies for use as drinking water and reduces the demand for more costly imported water.
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PALMDALE RECYCLED WATER AUTHORITY
The Palmdale Recycled Water Authority (PRWA) is a partnership between the City of Palmdale and Palmdale Water District to use and manage recycled water resources created by Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County Nos. 14 and 20. PRWA service area covers a 40-square-mile section of Palmdale located primarily south of Avenue P and east of the 14 Freeway.