2018 Poster Contest Winners

Local Students Illustrate Importance of Water Conservation at West Valley Water District

Board recognizes local elementary school students for annual poster contest.

Contact: Socorro Pantaleon
(909) 875-1804 ext. 389


RIALTO, CALIF. – West Valley Water District holds an annual water conservation poster contest to encourage students to use their creativity to illustrate the importance of water conservation. At the June 7 meeting of the Board of Directors, local elementary students were honored for their hard work and dedication to learning about water. Each winner received a certificate of recognition and a $75 gift card to Target.


Each year, the District invites local elementary schools within the District’s boundaries to participate in the annual contest. Over 200 posters were received from students in second to sixth grade. Posters were voted on by staff and the Board of Directors to select winners based on the theme, “How Can I Help Conserve Water?” Winning posters will be used in the District’s annual calendar that is distributed to WVWD customers and local schools.


“WVWD is proud of all the students who participated in this contest and congratulated the winning entries for the creativity in reflecting the critical importance of water conservation. This contest is a great opportunity to give back to the community as well as educate the public about water conservation measures, and I’m happy it was a success” President Young Said.


The annual water conservation poster contest, along with WVWD’s other education programs, help educate younger generations on the importance of water use and conservation. To learn more about the water conservation poster contest and other WVWD education programs, please visit or call (909) 875-1804.



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WVWD provides water service to approximately 80,000 people in portions of the communities of Bloomington, Colton, Fontana, Rialto, San Bernardino, and Jurupa Valley. Customers are encouraged to visit to learn more about ways to conserve, access conservation rebate programs, and participate in water-wise activities.