APPLE VALLEY, CA, Feb. 14, 2017 – Liberty Utilities (Apple Valley Ranchos Water) Corp. (“Liberty Apple Valley”) is hosting an open house and community update meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Liberty Apple Valley office, located at 21760 Ottawa Road.

Customers are invited to attend the event to learn more about Liberty Apple Valley, the recent General Rate Case delay, ongoing efforts to maintain and improve the local water system, and drought and conservation developments.  The meeting will include an open forum, during which Liberty Apple Valley staff will answer questions from customers.

“We’re looking forward to this opportunity to engage with our customers on important topics such as water rates, infrastructure and conservation,” said Tony Penna, Vice President and General Manager of Liberty Apple Valley.  “We take great pride in our openness with customers and the Apple Valley community, and we’re eager to continue the open dialog at this upcoming event.”

For additional information about the open house and community update meeting, customers are encouraged to visit or call 760.247.6484.

About Liberty Utilities
Liberty Utilities Co. owns and operates regulated water, wastewater, natural gas and electric transmission and distribution utilities in 13 states, delivering responsive and reliable essential services to approximately 800,000 customers across the United States. With a local approach to management, service and support, we deliver efficient, dependable services to meet the needs of our customers. Liberty Utilities provides a superior customer experience through walk-in customer centers, locally focused conservation and energy efficiency initiatives, and programs for businesses and residential customers. We measure our performance in terms of service reliability, an enjoyable customer experience, and an unwavering dedication to public and workplace safety. Liberty Utilities currently operates in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, Oklahoma and Texas.  For more information, please visit


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