Los Angeles County contains a complex network of over 200 community water systems, each managed by a separate set of decision-makers and policies. The Los Angeles County Water System Governance Map supports residents to understand who governs their water and become active participants in holding their water system leaders accountable to provide clean and affordable drinking water.
Relevant UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation Reports
- Los Angeles County Small Water System Risk Assessment (July 2021)
- Urban Drinking Water Governing Bodies: Representation and Accountability of Systems to Los Angeles County’s Residents (June 2021)
- Drinking Water Needs Assessment (April 2021 – published by the California State Water Resources Control Board and supported by UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation research)