Special Districts

Bard Resource Conservation District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 4, 2024
Date of Formation
June 15, 1953
Enabling Legislation
California Public Resources Code Sections 9060-9360
Type of Special District
Resource Conservation District
Bard Resource Conservation District
P.O. Box 776
Bard, CA 92222
Contact
Ronald Hill, General Manager
928-941-1016 / 760-572-0704
hbardonian@aol.com / bardrcd@outlook.com
Estimated Service Population
45 as of 2023
Service Area

Beginning at the intersection of the north boundary line of the Laguna School District and the center line of the channel of the Colorado River; thence following along said center line southwesterly and westerly, to the point of intersection of said center line of the channel of the Colorado River with the south boundary line of the Fort Yuma School District; thence west along said south boundary line 2.5 miles, more or less, to the southwest corner of Section 23, in Township 16 South, Range 21 East, of S.B.M., which is also the southwest corner of said Fort Yuma School District; thence north along the west line of said school district 6 miles, to the northwest corner of said Fort Yuma School District, which is also the northwest corner of Section 26, Township 15 South, Range 21 East, S.B.M.; thence east 2 miles to the southwest corner of Laguna School District; thence north 4 miles along the west line of said School District to the northwest corner thereof, which is also the northwest corner of Section 6, Township 15 South, Rance 22 East S.B.M.; thence east 14.5 miles, more or less, along the north line of said Laguna School District to the intersection thereof with the center line of the channel of the Colorado River, and place of beginning.  Except therefrom the Townsite of Winterhaven and Central Addition to Winterhaven.

Services Provided

The district formulates policies for the conservation of soil and water within the Bard Valley.

Board of Directors
Board of Directors Meetings
Location

Date/Time
Agendas
No Website
Minutes
No Website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
No Website
Annual Report
No Website
Bylaws/Policies
No Website

Bard Water District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 17, 2024
Date of Formation
November 20, 1973
Enabling Legislation
California Water Code Section 34000 et seq.
Type of Special District
California Water District
Bard Water District
1473 Ross Rd.
Winterhaven, CA 92283
Contact
Nicholas Bahr, General Manager
760-572-0704 / 760-356-0714
nbahr@bardwaterdistrict.com
Estimated Service Population
45 as of 2023
Service Area

The district’s service area lies within the Bard Valley of southeastern California encompassing 14,676 acres.  Water is provided to the Yuma Project Reservation Division, comprised of Quechan Tribal and privately deeded lands within the Fort Yuma, Winterhaven, and Bard areas.     

Services Provided

The Bard Water District provides Colorado River water for irrigation for the Bard Valley.    

Board of Directors
President
Ray Face
Vice President
Jerry Nakasawa, Jr.
Director
Charles Land
Director
William (Bill) Scott, Jr.
Secretary/Treasurer
Gayle Land
Board of Directors Meetings
Location
Bard Water District Office
1473 Ross Rd.
Winterhaven, CA 92283
Date/Time
1st Thursday of each month at 9:00 AM
Agendas
Available on the district's website
Minutes
Not available online
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Available on the district's website
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Available on the district's website
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Bombay Beach CSD

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 3, 2024
Date of Formation
August 11, 1961
Enabling Legislation
California Government Code Sections 61000 et seq. (Community Service District Law)
Type of Special District
Community Service District
Bombay Beach CSD
9590 Avenue C
Niland, CA 92257
Contact
Augustine Sardorra, Secretary/Clerk of the Board
760-550-3264
Bombaybeach2015@gmail.com
Estimated Service Population
213 as of 2023
Service Area

Bombay Beach is located in Southern California’s Sonoran Desert, on the eastern shore of the Salton Sea, 4 miles west-southwest of Frink, 20 miles north of Niland, marks the southern end of the San Andreas Fault where the southern terminus of the San Andreas transitions into the Brawley Seismic Zone, and is the lowest community in the United States being 223 feet below sea level.    

Services Provided

The Bombay Beach CSD provides street lighting, public park services, emergency response services, and trash collection to the Bombay Beach Community.  The Emergency Response Unit is temporarily suspended, team of 11 volunteers going through training, should be up and running in May of 2023. Coachella Valley Water District provides potable water and sewer services. Imperial County Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency medical services.  Imperial County Sheriff’s Office North County Patrol Division provides law enforcement.      

Board of Directors
Director/Chair
James Connelly
Director/Vice-Chair
Paedrin Fusco
Director
Candace Youngberg
Director
Kimberly Hernandez
Director
Cameron Leslie
Board of Directors Meetings
Location
9590 Avenue C
Niland, CA 92257
Date/Time
3rd Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM (no meetings July-September)
Agendas
Available on the district’s website
Minutes
Available on the district’s website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Available on the district’s website
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Not available online

Cady Poe Colonia (CSA)

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 4, 2024
Date of Formation
July 22, 2010
Enabling Legislation
Government Code Sections 25210.10 et seq., 25210.1a, 25210.4a, 25210.18, 25210.19
Type of Special District
County Service Area
Cady Poe Colonia (CSA)
155 S. 11th St.
El Centro, CA 92243
Contact
John Gay, Public Works Director
442-265-1818
johngay@co.imperial.ca.us
Estimated Service Population
36 residential connections
Service Area

The Poe Colonia is located in the south-central Imperial County approximately two miles west of the City of Brawley in an unincorporated community within Imperial County. It is under the administrative jurisdiction of the County Board of Supervisors. Locals often refer to the Poe Colonia as the Poe Subdivision. State Highway 86, Cady and Kalin Roads are the main arterials to the communityA Colonia is defined by the State and Federal housing guidelines as a residential are within 150 miles of the U.S./Mexico border that has a concentration of low-income households and lacks a permanent potable water supply and sewage system.  The State provides block grant fund to assist local communities in providing public services to Colonias.  Accordingly, the City of Brawley has extended water lines to serve the Poe Colonia (but not sewer).      

Services Provided

The district provides wastewater treatment to 36 residential connections just outside the City of Brawley.    

Board of Supervisors
Board Member
Jesus E. Escobar
Board Member
Luis A. Plancarte
Board Member
Michael W. Kelley
Board Member
Ryan E. Kelley
Board Member
John Hawk
Board of Supervisors Meetings
Location

Date/Time
Agendas
Not available online
Minutes
Not available online
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Not available online
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Not available online
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Central Valley Cemetery District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 3, 2024
Date of Formation
December 20, 1937
Enabling Legislation
Health & Safety Code, Sections 9000 to 9309
Type of Special District
Public Cemetery District
Central Valley Cemetery District
P.O. Box 668
Imperial, CA 92251
Contact
Chuck Jernigan, District Superintendent
760-352-1468
Chuck.jernigan@gmail.com
Estimated Service Population
181,253 as of 2023
Service Area

The Imperial Valley

Services Provided

The district operates the Evergreen Cemetery in El Centro, the Terrace Park Cemetery in Holtville, and Imperial Cemetery in Imperial.

Board of Trustees
Board Member
Richard Layton
Board Member
Sandy Finnell
Board Member
Theresa Bonillas
Board of Trustees Meetings
Location
District Office
201 E. Gillett Road
El Centro, CA 92243
Date/Time
3rd Tuesday of each month at 4:00 PM
Agendas
Upcoming Agenda available on the District’s website
Minutes
Not available online
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Available on the district’s website
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Available on the district’s website

Coachella Valley Water District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 4, 2024
Date of Formation
October 19, 1937 and Statutes of 1949, c. 274, p. 552.
Enabling Legislation
California Water Code Section 33100 et seq.
Type of Special District
County Water District
Coachella Valley Water District
P.O. Box 1058
Coachella, CA 92236
Contact
Jim Barrett, General Manager
760-398-2651
jbarrett@cvwd.org
Estimated Service Population
Service Area

CVWD's service area covers approximately 1,000 square miles from the San Gorgonio Pass to the Salton Sea, mostly within the Coachella Valley in Riverside County, California. The boundaries also extend into small portions of Imperial and San Diego counties.  Water service is provided to 113,000 homes and businesses.  Agricultural drainage is provided to more than 37,000 acres of farmland.  Sewer service is provided to 94,000 homes and businesses.  Stormwater protection is provided for 590 square miles in the Coachella Valley. Recycled water and non-potable water are used to irrigate gold courses and other large landscapes.    

Services Provided

The district provides wastewater services to Bombay Beach and potable water services to Bombay Beach & Salton City.  The district’s principal county is the County of Riverside.  The district delivers irrigation and domestic (drinking) water, collects and recycles wastewater, provides regional storm water protection, replenishes the groundwater basin and promotes water conservation.      

Board of Directors
Board Member
John Aguilar
Board Member
Anthony Bianco
Board President
John Powell, Jr.
Board Member
Peter Nelson
Board Vice President
Castulo R. Estrada
Board of Directors Meetings
Location
1st meeting of the month at the Palm Desert District Office / 2nd meeting of the month at the Coachella District Office
75515 Hovley Lane East / 51501 Tyler Street
Palm Desert / Coachella, CA 92211 / 92236
Date/Time
2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 8:00 AM
Agendas
Available on the district’s website
Minutes
Available on the district’s website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Available on the district’s website
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Available on the district’s website
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Gateway of The America's (CSA)

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 3, 2024
Date of Formation
1997
Enabling Legislation
Government Code Sections 25210.10 et seq., 25210.1a, 25210.4a, 25210.18, 25210.19 Resolution 97-123 Resolution 98-001
Type of Special District
County Service Area
Gateway of The America's (CSA)
155 S. 11th St.
El Centro, CA 92243
Contact
John Gay, Public Works Director
442-265-1818
johngay@co.imperial.ca.us
Estimated Service Population
Service Area

The Gateway of the Americas planning area comprises approximately 1,775 gross acres of land in Imperial County, California, adjacent to the International Border with Mexico and about 6 miles east of the City of Calexico.  The Gateway planning area is roughly bounded by the International Border to the south, the Alamo River to the east, the Ash Canal to the west, and on the north by a line approximately one-quarter mile north of and parallel to State Route 98 (SR-98).      

Services Provided

The district provides potable water, wastewater, drainage, and landscaping/lighting services.  The district is a master planned industrial and commercial complex consisting of 1,775 acres.    

Board of Supervisors
Board Member
Jesus E. Escobar
Board Member
Luis A. Plancarte
Board Member
Michael W. Kelley
Board Member
Ryan E. Kelley
Board Member
John Hawk
Board of Supervisors Meetings
Location

Date/Time
Agendas
Not available online
Minutes
Not available online
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Not available online
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Not available online
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Heber Public Utility District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 17, 2024
Date of Formation
November 7, 1931
Enabling Legislation
Public Utility District Act of 1921, Public Utilities Code Sections 15532 et seq.
Type of Special District
Public Utility District
Heber Public Utility District
1078 Dogwood Rd., Suite 103
Heber, CA 92249
Contact
Madeline Dessert, General Manager
760-482-2440
mdessert@heber.ca.gov
Estimated Service Population
6,979
Service Area

Heber, an unincorporated community of approximately nine square-mile area located 224 miles southeast of Los Angeles, 675 miles southeast of San Francisco, 117 miles east of San Diego, 240 miles west of Phoenix, and 6 miles north of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.  The Townsite of Heber is uniquely situated between the two most populated cities within Imperial County: El Centro and Calexico. Heber’s developed area covers approximately 1.63 square miles and is accessed from the east via Highway 111, a primary north/south transportation corridor. Highway 111 provides regional transportation services and connects the major jurisdictions in Imperial County. El Centro and Calexico are located one mile north and one mile south from the townsite, respectively. Heber is located approximately 7 miles north from the U.S./Mexico border and Calexico Port of Entry.  The legal Heber Public Utility District Boundary is uniquely shaped and may be generally described as bound by Correll Road to the north, (inclusive of 79 acres located at the northwest corner of Correll Road and Dogwood Road), extending south to Jasper Road, Pitzer Road to the east, and reaching what would be an extension of Farnsworth Road to the west. The approved Sphere of Influence boundaries are described as McCabe Road to the north, State Highway 86 to the west, Willoughby/Jasper Road to the south and State Highway 111 to the east, inclusive of a small expanded area consisting of approximately 142 acres, east of Highway 111 between Heber Road and Abatti Road, encompassing the Imperial Center.    

Services Provided

The district provides parks/recreation, potable water, solid wastewater services to an estimated population of 6,979 in the townsite of Heber.    

Board of Directors
Director
Pompeyo Tabarez, Jr.
Director
Kaine Garcia
Vice President / Treasurer
Helen Diaz Molina
Director
Tony Sandoval
President
Delfino P. Matus
Board of Directors Meetings
Location
1078 Dogwood Rd., Suite 103
Heber, CA 92249
Date/Time
3rd Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM
Agendas
Available on the district’s website
Minutes
Available on the district’s website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Available on the district’s website
Annual Report
Available on the district’s website
Bylaws/Policies
Available on the district’s website
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Heffernan Memorial Healthcare

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated August 17, 2023
Date of Formation
1947
Enabling Legislation
California Health & Safety Code Section 32000 et seq.
Type of Special District
Hospital District
Heffernan Memorial Healthcare
601 Heber Ave.
Calexico, CA 92231
Contact
Tomas Virgen, Executive Director
760-357-6522 / 760-430-3242
tvirgen@heffernanmemorial.org
Estimated Service Population
40,351
Service Area

The district extends from east to west and is contiguous with the international border with Mexico.   The district's boundaries encompass the City of Calexico and some unincorporated territory.    

Services Provided

The district provides healthcare related services to the City of Calexico.    

Board of Directors
Director
Raul R. Urena
Treasurer
Paloma Sanchez
President
Rodolfo Valdez
Director
Adriana Armendariz
Vice President
Sylvia Bernal
Board of Directors Meetings
Location
601 Heber Ave.
Calexico, CA 92231
Date/Time
1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 5:30 PM
Agendas
Available on district’s website
Minutes
Available on district’s website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
The most current report is on the district’s website.
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Not available online
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Imperial Irrigation District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 17, 2024
Date of Formation
1911
Enabling Legislation
California Water Code 20700 et Seq.
Type of Special District
Irrigation District
Imperial Irrigation District
P.O. Box 937
Imperial, CA 92251
Contact
Jamie Asbury, General Manager
760-335-3640
jlasbury@IID.com
Estimated Service Population
160,882
Service Area

IID covers an irrigation service area of 1,658 square miles and an energy service area of 6,897 square miles, which partially overlap.  Not all of the communities in Imperial County are within the water service area and not all Riverside County communities are within the energy service area. Borrego Springs (in San Diego County) only receives incidental IID energy services.  Raw Water services in the Imperial County are provided to (City of Brawley, City of Calexico, City of Calipatria, City of El Centro, Heber CDP, City of Holtville, City of Imperial, Niland CDP, Seeley CDP, and the City of Westmorland).    

Services Provided

The district provides raw water services throughout the Imperial County.  The district provides energy services to the Imperial County, portions of Riverside County, and to Borrego Springs for emergency purposes.    

Board of Directors
Director, President
Alex Cardenas
Director, Vice President
JB Hamby
Director
Gina Young Dockstader
Director
Javier Gonzalez
Director
Karin Eugenio
Board of Directors Meetings
Location
William R. Condit Auditorium
1285 Broadway
El Centro, CA 92243
Date/Time
1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 1:00 PM
Agendas
Available on the district’s website
Minutes
Available on the district’s website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Available on the district’s website
Annual Report
Available on the district’s website
Bylaws/Policies
Available on the district’s website
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Imperial Valley Healthcare District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated May 13, 2024
Date of Formation
October 8, 2023
Enabling Legislation
Health and Safety Code 34299.5 (a)
Type of Special District
Healthcare District
Imperial Valley Healthcare District
Contact
Tomas Virgen, Staff Support
760-970-6046
information@iv-hd.org / support@iv-hd.org
Estimated Service Population
Service Area
Services Provided
Board of Trustees
President - City of Imperial
Katherine Burnworth
Vice-President - City of Holtville
Laura Goodsell
Secretary - City of El Centro
Arturo Proctor
Treasurer - Quechan Tribe
Donald W. Medart Jr.
Trustee - HMHD - Ca;exico
Rodolfo Valdez
Trustee - PMHD - Brawl;ey
Enola Berker
Trustee - Ocotillo & Seeley
James Garcia
Board of Trustees Meetings
Location
El Centro City Chambers
1275 Main Street
El Centro, CA 922432
Date/Time
2nd Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m.
Agendas
Available on the district’s website
Minutes
Available on the district’s website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Not available online
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Not available online
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Niland County Sanitation District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 17, 2023
Date of Formation
September 1, 2018
Enabling Legislation
Health and Safety Code 4700 et seq.
Type of Special District
County Sanitation District
Niland County Sanitation District
155 S. 11th St.
El Centro, CA 92243
Contact
John Gay, Public Works Director
442-265-1818
johngay@co.imperial.ca.us
Estimated Service Population
681
Service Area

Niland is an unincorporated community located in Imperial County, approximately 45 miles north of the California-Mexico border, in the Imperial Valley of California. State Highway 111 runs north and south along the western portion of the community and is the main arterial in Niland. The Salton Sea is located approximately two miles to the west. The town is bordered to the east and northeast by agricultural fields and the Salton Sea to the west, and extensive agricultural development of the Imperial Valley to the south.

Services Provided

The district provides wastewater services to the townsite of Niland.  Potable water is provided by the privately owned and operated Golden State Water Company.    

Board of Supervisors
Board Member
Jesus E. Escobar
Board Member
Luis A. Plancarte
Board Member
Michael W. Kelley
Board Member
Ryan E. Kelley
Board Member
John Hawk
Board of Supervisors Meetings
Location

Date/Time
Agendas
no website
Minutes
no website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
no website
Annual Report
no website
Bylaws/Policies
no website
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Niland CSA NO.1 (CSA)

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 4, 2024
Date of Formation
December 13, 1978
Enabling Legislation
Government Code Sections 25210.1 et seq.
Type of Special District
County Service Area
Niland CSA NO.1 (CSA)
155 S. 11th St.
El Centro, CA 92243
Contact
John Gay, Public Works Director
442-265-1818
johngay@co.imperial.ca.us
Estimated Service Population
681
Service Area

The Niland County Service Area (CSA) No. 1 is located in the northern half of the Imperial Valley, east of the Salton Sea on State Highway 111. The unincorporated area is bounded on the west by Nieto Road, on the north by the Union Pacific Railroad tracks, and (approximately 1,000 feet north of Beal Road), on the east by extensions of Cuff Road and Memphis Avenue, and on the south by Noffsinger and Alcott Roads.    

Services Provided

The district provides streetlighting services to the townsite of Niland.    

Board of Supervisors
Board Member
Jesus E. Escobar
Board Member
Luis A. Plancarte
Board Member
Michael W. Kelley
Board Member
Ryan E. Kelley
Board Member
John Hawk
Board of Supervisors Meetings
Location

Date/Time
Agendas
Not available online
Minutes
Not available online
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Not available online
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Not available online

Palo Verde County Water

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 4, 2024
Date of Formation
March 2, 1962
Enabling Legislation
California Water Code Section 30000 et seq.
Type of Special District
County Water District
Palo Verde County Water
P.O. Box 185
Palo Verde, CA 92225
Contact
Yazmin Hernandez, Office Manager
760-854-3519
pvwaterworks@airwaveme.net
Estimated Service Population
146
Service Area

Beginning at a point on the boundary line between Riverside and Imperial Counties, indicated by a ¾ inch pipe set in the center like of Main Street of Palo Verde; thence North 89° 53’ 24” West 330.3 feet to a point; thence South 2° 23’ 24” East along the West line of Palo Verde Townsite to the Southwest corner of Lot 9, Block 5 of Palo Verde Town-site; thence East-erly along the South line of Palo Verde Town-site to a point in the West line of the East half of the Southeast quarter of the North-west quarter of Section 2, Township 9 South, Range 21 East, S.B.B. & M.; thence Southerly along said West line to the Southwest corner of the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter of said Section 2; thence Easterly along the mid-section of Section 2, Township 9 South, Range 21 East, to a 2 inch iron pipe set for the cent of said Section 2; thence Southerly and Easterly along the West and South boundary of said Sunrise Tract to a point in the Palo Verde Lagoon, thence in a Northerly direction along the West line of the Palo Verde Lagoon to its intersection with the boundary line between Riverside and Imperial Counties; thence Westerly along the boundary line between Riverside and Imperial Counties to the point of beginning.     

Services Provided

The district provides potable water, and wastewater services to approximately 133 connections.    

Board of Directors
Board of Directors Meetings
Location

Date/Time
Agendas
no website
Minutes
no website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
no website
Annual Report
no website
Bylaws/Policies
no website

Palo Verde Irrigation District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 4, 2024
Date of Formation
1923
Enabling Legislation
Palo Verde Irrigation District Act of 1923
Type of Special District
Irrigation District
Palo Verde Irrigation District
180 W. 14th Ave.
Blythe, CA 92225
Contact
JR Echard, General Manager
760-922-3144
jr@pvid.org
Estimated Service Population
146
Service Area

The Palo Verde Irrigation District occupies about 189 square miles of territory in Riverside and Imperial Counties, California. The District contains approximately 131,298 acres, 26,798 acres of which are on the Palo Verde Mesa. This Mesa lies just west of, and from 80 to 130 feet higher than, the valley. A portion of the Mesa area lies within the boundaries of the Palo Verde Irrigation District.     

Services Provided

The district provides irrigation water.  The district’s principal county is the County of Riverside.    

Board of Trustees
President
Bart Fisher
Vice President
Brad Robinson
Board Member
Michael Mullion
Board Member
Charles Vandyke
Board Member
Nisha Noroian
Board Member
Grant Chaffin
Board Member
Debra Stroschien
Board of Trustees Meetings
Location
Meeting is Virtual, see district’s website for information.

Date/Time
3rd Tuesday of each month at 10:00 AM
Agendas
Available on the district’s website
Minutes
Not available online
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Most current Financial Statement is available on the district’s website.
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Not available online
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Palo Verde Resource Conservation

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 4, 2024
Date of Formation
Enabling Legislation
California Public Resources Code Section 9060-9360
Type of Special District
Resource Conservation District
Palo Verde Resource Conservation
P.O. Box 610
Blythe, CA 92226
Contact
Bob Hull, General Manager
760-922-3446
hullfarms@gmail.com
Estimated Service Population
146
Service Area

Palo Verde Resource Conservation District (PVRCD) is a small RCD nestled in the Southern Baja region, with its eastern border meeting with Arizona’s border.     

Services Provided

The district formulates policies for the conservation of soil and water within Palo Verde.  The district’s principal county is the County of Riverside.    

Board of Directors
Board of Directors Meetings
Location

Date/Time
Agendas
no website
Minutes
no website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
no website
Annual Report
no website
Bylaws/Policies
no website
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Pioneers Memorial Healthcare

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated November 13, 2023
Date of Formation
July 8, 1947
Enabling Legislation
California Health & Safety Code Section 32000 et seq.
Type of Special District
Hospital District
Pioneers Memorial Healthcare
207 W. Legion Rd.
Brawley, CA 92227
Contact
Christopher R. Bjornberg, CEO
760-351-3333
cbjornberg@pmhd.org
Estimated Service Population
181,253 as of 2023
Service Area

The Imperial Valley    

Services Provided

The district operates a hospital and is located in the City of Brawley.

Board of Directors
President
Catalina Alcantara-Santillan
Vice President
Enola Berker
Secretary
Rachel Fonseca
Treasurer
Linda Rubin
Assistant Secretary / Treasurer
Nickolas P. Aguirre
Board of Directors Meetings
Location
207 West Legion Road
Brawley, CA 92227
Date/Time
at 5:00 PM
Agendas
Available on the district’s website
Minutes
Available on the district’s website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Available on the district’s website
Annual Report
Most recent annual report is available on the district’s website.
Bylaws/Policies
Not available online

Riverview Cemetery District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 3, 2024
Date of Formation
May 5, 1920
Enabling Legislation
Health & Safety Code Sections 8890-9309
Type of Special District
Public Cemetery District
Riverview Cemetery District
P.O. Box 597
Brawley, CA 92227
Contact
Diane Derma, General Manager
760-344-4921
dderma@rvcdistrict.com / riverviewcemetery@sbcglobal.net
Estimated Service Population
181,253 as of 2023
Service Area

The Imperial Valley

Services Provided

The district operates the Riverview Cemetery, is located in the City of Brawley, and they offer Interment services.  

Board of Trustees
Trustee
Micheal Shelton
Trustee
Robert Prior
Trustee Chair
Patricia Dorsey
Board of Trustees Meetings
Location
District’s Board Room
4700 Hovley Road
Brawley, CA 92227
Date/Time
3rd Tuesday of each month at 12:00 PM (September - June)
Agendas
Available on the district’s website
Minutes
Not available online
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Not available online
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Available on the district’s website
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Salton CSD

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated August 17, 2023
Date of Formation
June 13, 1955
Enabling Legislation
California Government Code Sections 61000 to 61226.5 (Community Service District Law)
Type of Special District
Community Service District
Salton CSD
P.O. Box 5268
Salton City, CA 92275
Contact
Emmanuel Ramos, Interim General Manager
760-394-4446
eramos@saltoncsd.ca.gov
Estimated Service Population
6,307
Service Area

Residents and businesses of Salton City and Desert Shores Communities on the West Shores of the Salton Sea, approximately 20,480 acres.     

Services Provided

The district provides Solid Waste, Sewer Treatment, and Parks & Recreation services.

Board of Directors
Director
Lidia A. Sierra
Director
Dale Johnson
Director
Manuel H. Ramos
President
Michelle Gilmore
Vice President
Michael Friese
Board of Directors Meetings
Location
1209 Van Buren Ave.
Salton City, CA 92275
Date/Time
3rd Wednesday of each month at 2:00 PM
Agendas
Available on the district’s website
Minutes
Available on the district’s website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Available on the district’s website
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Available on the district’s website
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Seeley County Water District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 17, 2024
Date of Formation
July 18, 1960
Enabling Legislation
California Water Code Sections 30000 et seq.
Type of Special District
County Water District
Seeley County Water District
P.O. Box 161
Seeley, CA 92273
Contact
Miriam Rosales, Administrative General Manager
760-352-6612
mrosales@seeleywaterdistrict.ca.gov
Estimated Service Population
1,726
Service Area

The Townsite of Seeley is a small community situated west of the City of El Centro approximately 7.5 miles from El Centro. Seeley is an unincorporated community within Imperial County and partially serviced by the County of Imperial and other public agencies, including a school district and public utility districts.   Seeley is located approximately 10 miles northwest from the U.S./Mexico border and Calexico Port of Entry.  Seeley’s developed area covers an approximate 2.37 square miles and is accessed from the east from Evan Hewes Highway and from the south by Interstate 8 which traverses the community at a west/east orientation. Interstate 8 connects to San Diego located approximately 106 miles to the west of Seeley.  The legal Seeley County Water District Boundary is uniquely shaped and may be generally described as bound by El Centro Street to the north, extending south to Sunbeam Lake Road, Seeley Drain to the east, and reaching New River Boulevard to the west.  The approved sphere of Influence boundaries is described as El Centro Street to the north, New River to the west, Interstate 8 to the south and Bennet Road to the east.    

Services Provided

The district provides potable water and wastewater services.    

Board of Directors
Board Member
Bianca M. Vasquez
Board Member
Esteban Jaramillo
Board Member
Jason Grima
Vice President
Donald Murphy
President
Leslie Hill
Board of Directors Meetings
Location
Conference room
1898 W. Main St.
Seeley, CA 92273
Date/Time
3rd Wednesday of each month at 4:00 PM
Agendas
Available on the District’s website
Minutes
Not available online
Reports
Financial Audit Report
Available on the district’s website
Annual Report
Not available online
Bylaws/Policies
Not available online
Most Recent Service Area Plan

Winterhaven County Water District

Prepared by Imperial LAFCO / Last updated January 4, 2024
Date of Formation
February 24, 1971
Enabling Legislation
California Water Code Sections 30000 et seq.
Type of Special District
County Water District
Winterhaven County Water District
P.O. Box 787
Winterhaven, CA 92283
Contact
Rick Miller, General Manager
760-550-2068 / 928-920-9056
rick@sunstatees.com / whavenca@gmail.com
Estimated Service Population
53 as of 2024
Service Area

Winterhaven, a small community in Imperial County, California, near the border with Arizona and Mexico. Winterhaven is 6.5 miles (10 km) east of Pilot Knob. It is part of the El Centro, CA Metropolitan Area. North of Interstate 8 and bordering Yuma, Arizona, the town is partly in the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation. The Colorado River marks the town's southern border. Winterhaven is the southeasternmost settlement in California.

Services Provided

The district provides potable water and wastewater services.  The district contracts with the City of Yuma to transmit sewage to the City for treatment.     

Board of Directors
President
Rosalba Martinez
Vice President
Monica Renteria
Director
Patricia Jauregui
Director
Ernest Mendivil
Director
Claudia Renteria
Board of Directors Meetings
Location
Board Room
494 Second Ave
Winterhaven, CA 92283
Date/Time
3rd Wednesday of the month at 1 pm Arizona time
Agendas
no website
Minutes
no website
Reports
Financial Audit Report
no website
Annual Report
no website
Bylaws/Policies
no website