logo, Twentynine Palms Water District, Water & Fire Services in Twentynine Palms, CA
 

Call: (760) 367-7546 • 72401 Hatch Road, Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

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Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Service Area:
Twentynine Palms, California

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Water & Fire Services in Twentynine Palms, California

 
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Water Services

Providing a fresh drinking water supply for the residents of Twentynine Palms and areas of unincorporated San Bernardino County. Twentynine Palms Water District is a special district as well as a public agency. We are totally independent of all city and county governments. 

 
Fire Services

The Twentynine Palms Fire Department provides fire services to the city of Twentynine Palms. They also provide fire services to surrounding communities in the Morongo Basin through mutual aid agreements.

To learn more about us and our water and fire services, contact us in Twentynine Palms, California.


About Us

The Twentynine Palms Water Districtserves Twentynine Palms, California, with water and fire services. The water services cover our community as well as outlying areas by pumping and distributing the only available supply of local ground water. We serve a population of approximately 18,000 residents within an 87 square mile area and maintain approximately 8,000 meter services, 200 miles of pipeline, and 17-million gallons of water storage capacity.

However, when physical operations began in 1955, the district served a population of 4,675 residents within an area of 26.7 square miles. The 1,422 meter services were fed by approximately 94 miles of leaky, undersized, and substandard pipeline. The community's water storage capacity amounted to less than 200,000 gallons.

 
About Twentynine Palms, California

Twentynine Palms, California, is a unique Hi-Desert community on the southern boundary of the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County, just north of the Little San Bernardino and Pinto Mountains. Located 54-miles northeast of Palm Springs at an elevation of 2,000 feet, the area is known for its pure water, crystal clear air, and deep blue skies.

Our community is nestled between the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, the largest Marine Corps base in the world, to the north, and the Joshua Tree National Park to the south. The National Park attracts more than 1.25 million visitors per year from all over the world.

The Oasis of Mara, a large group of springs aligned along the Pinto Mountain fault and bordering Joshua Tree National Park, is a significant archaeological site. This was an original source of water to this area for more than 4,000 years.

The Community

Twentynine Palms is a unique Hi-Desert community on the southern boundary of the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County, just north of the Little San Bernardino and Pinto Mountains. Located 54 miles northeast of Palm Springs at an elevation of 2,000 feet, the area is known for its pure water, crystal clear air and deep blue skies. It is nestled between the largest Marine Corps base in the world, the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center to the north, and the Joshua Tree National Park to the south. The National Park attracts over 1.25 million visitors a year from all over the world. The Oasis of Mara, a large group of springs aligned along the Pinto Mountain fault and also bordering Joshua Tree National Park, is a significant archaeological site and was an original source of water to this area for over 4,000 years.
 

The District

Today the Twentynine Palms Water District serves the city of Twentynine Palms as well as outlying areas by pumping and distributing local ground water - the only available supply. The District serves a population of approximately 18,000 residents within a 87 square mile area. It maintains approximately 8,000 meter services, 200 miles of pipeline and 17 million gallons of water storage capacity. In 1955, when physical operations began, the District served a population of 4,675 residents within an area of 26.7 square miles. The 1,422 meter services were fed by approximately 94 miles of leaky, undersized and substandard pipeline. The community's water storage capacity amounted to less than 200,000 gallons.