News

The Bureau of Reclamation​ has announced that the Leucadia Wastewater District and North San Diego Water Reuse Coalition partners were awarded over $6.1 million in federal funding to improve local water supply reliability💦

Schools from both the Encinitas Union School District and San Dieguito Union High School District have been awarded LWD grants that have helped them take steps toward more sustainable practices on campus while educating thousands of local students.

Learn more about the program here: http://bit.ly/lwdteachergrant

Teachers! 🍎 Leucadia Wastewater District is now accepting applications for this year’s Teacher Grant Program.

The District may provide up to $6,000 in teacher grants, with a maximum of $2,000 per grant.

Full program details can be found here: https://bit.ly/3hhRfQj

Please find the application with instructions at this link: https://bit.ly/3hf4wcw

One of your photos could be featured on the homepage of our updated website or our Facebook page. We love seeing our community through your eyes so please continue to submit your favorite pictures from Encinitas, Leucadia, and South Carlsbad by tagging a photo
on Facebook with #LWDPhoto or send an email to info@lwwd.org. We will give recognition to any photo we use in any of our postings or newsletters.

It's summer year-round with countless palm trees across our San Diego coastline🌴

Thanks to local resident Tom Caskey for this stunning shot from Moonlight Beach in Encinitas.

Help us see the community through your eyes by tagging your photos with #LWDPhoto or by emailing them to info@lwwd.org. We can't wait to share!

#Environment #Leucadia #Carlsbad #Encinitas #Wastewater

The District will be closed TODAY, Monday September 6, 2021 in recognition of the #LaborDay Holiday.

In case of an emergency, please call (760) 753-0155.

The District is seeking a full-time Director of Finance and Administration (DFA) to join our high performing and award-winning team. The successful candidate must have a strong financial and accounting background with eight years applicable program and management experience in the public sector. Under general direction, the DFA is responsible for planning, directing and managing the finance and accounting functions, as well as, general oversight of the administration, human resources, insurance, and risk management functions of the District.

In October 2020, Grant Hoxworth was in escrow on a home in the District’s service area. Due to the current owner’s plumbing history of the property, Grant decided to have a camera inspection performed on the private sewer lateral and contacted a local plumbing company. During the camera inspection, the plumbing company discovered a root mass in the sewer lateral that had the potential to cause a sewer backup.