By Staff Reports
(Apple Valley)– Apple Valley Ranchos Water Co. is proud to unveil the new, user-friendly design for their website- www.avrwater.com.
The colorful, vibrant new design marks the first complete website overhaul for Ranchos Water, and is evident right from the home page. When designing the new site, two things were of the utmost importance: make it easier for customers to navigate and to have a website that looks good at the same time.
“I think we all can all agree that it was time for a change when it comes to our website,” said Norma Armenta, Water Conservation Coordinator for Ranchos Water. “Our online presence should match our enthusiasm for the world of water, and it should be easy for customers to pay their bill, get conservation tips, and see what’s new in regards to the new water regulations in the face of the ongoing drought.”
Complete with drop down menus, flash animations, videos; including videos featuring information about the new water restrictions for California directly from Governor Jerry Brown, the new website is a departure from its previous incarnation. Yet, it still retains the history of Ranchos Water, tips and information regarding water conservation and more. Customers are also given the ability to pay their bill online and get information on their water usage via Infinity Link, located directly from the new website.
To check out the new Apple Valley Ranchos Water Co. website, visit www.avrwater.com.
About Apple Valley Ranchos Water Company
Apple Valley Ranchos Water Co. delivers reliable, quality water service to about 63,000 people, in the Town of Apple Valley and parts of San Bernardino County. Ranchos Water is a subsidiary of Park Water Co., based in Los Angeles County, which provides contracted and regulated water utility services. In addition to Ranchos Water, Park Water owns Mountain Water Co. serving Missoula, Montana. Park Water and its subsidiaries provide safe, reliable drinking water service to approximately 300,000 people. Additional information about Ranchos Water can be found by visiting www.avrwater.com and www.applevalleywaterfacts.com.