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EVMWD Announces Election of Chance Edmondson as Board President

By December 15, 2023January 3rd, 2024No Comments

LAKE ELSINORE, CA – During the board meeting held on December 14th, Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) announced the election of Director Chance Edmondson as Board President. This marks Edmondson’s first time serving as Board President. Having served as Board Treasurer in 2022, Director Edmondson assumed the role of Vice President of the Board for 2023.

In a unanimous 5-0 vote, the board entrusted Edmondson with the role of Board President, representing Division 3. This division encompasses Lakeland Village, areas west of Lake Elsinore, parts of Wildomar, and unincorporated areas west of Interstate 15.

Edmondson, having joined the EVMWD Board of Directors in August 2021 and securing a four-year term in 2022, brings a strong background in public works. As a business owner and a licensed general engineering contractor in the City of Lake Elsinore, he has been lauded for his community service.

A resident of the City of Wildomar, Director Edmondson actively participates in various committees and represents the district in organizations such as the Engineering and Operations Committee, the Legislative and Community Outreach Committee, Lakeland Village Community Advisory Council, Meeks and Daley Water Company, and the Wildomar Group.

In response to his appointment, Edmondson shared, “I appreciate the opportunity to contribute further to EVMWD in the role of Board President. I look forward to working collaboratively with the board members to ensure the continued success of our water services for the community.”

Additional announcements from the meeting include Harvey Ryan, representing Division 2, appointed as Vice President, and Jack Ferguson, from Division 4, as Treasurer. Board officers, including the newly elected President Chance Edmondson, serve one-year terms. EVMWD Board of Directors convenes regularly on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 4:00 PM, with meetings accessible both in-person and online. For more information, please visit


EVMWD provides service to more than 159,000 water and wastewater customers in a 97-square-mile area in Western Riverside County. The EVMWD team delivers total water management that powers the health and vibrancy of its communities so life can flourish.