The Hesperia Water District is an independent County Water District incorporated pursuant to California Water Code Sections. The water supply is obtained entirely from groundwater located in the Alto Sub-Basin of the Mojave River Watershed and groundwater aquifer. The District serves in excess of 98,000 persons, averaging 16M gallons per day.
Source of Supply: Groundwater, 14 wells
Storage: 60 million gallons of above ground storage. Alto Sub-Basin of the Mojave River Watershed and groundwater aquifer
Capacity: 63 million gallons of water
Peek Demand: 26 million gallons
Average: 16.3 million gallons per day
Water Quality Regulations
Both Primary and Secondary standards once again met or exceeded the state’s requirements. A copy of Hesperia’s Annual Water Quality Report is available for further information. For more information contact Hesperia Public Works at (760) 947-1400.
Sewer collection, which is discharged to a regional treatment facility, is serviced by Hesperia Public Works Department. Sewer is provided at a cost of $17.54 per month per Equivalent Dwelling Unit (EDU), which is equal to twenty Planning Fixture Units.
Advance Disposal’s office is located at 17105 Mesa Street, Hesperia. The Class C landfill is permitted for 600 tons per day. A Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) is available at Advance Disposal and the Recycling Incentive Program provides free bin and free pickup. Pick-up services are made once a week. Contact Advance Disposal at (760) 244-9773.
Hazardous waste can be taken to the Hesperia Fire Station located at 17443 Lemon Avenue in Hesperia. Hours are: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and Saturdays 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. For more information, contact the station directly at (760) 947-0285.