On 1 January 2005 Water Board Rivierenland merged with the Alm and Biesbosch dike board, the Alblasserwaard and Vijfheerenlanden dike board and part of the Hollandse Eilanden and Waarden sewage treatment board. These water boards continue under the name Water Board Rivierenland.
Water Board Rivierenland works on water in the area that broadly speaking lies between the rivers Rhine/Lek and Meuse, from the German border up to Kinderdijk. This area has some 950,000 inhabitants.
This website contains information about the water board, the way in which the water board is organised and of course about the tasks the water board carries out. You can use some of the services via the digital information point.