Drought Emergency

Mandatory limitations on water use and Stage 3 Water Shortage Rates are in effect. Customers must use 25% less water overall, with a reduction of 50-60% in outdoor consumption advised. To stay on track to meet the reduction goal by year-end, customers must water no more than once a week in October and November. Since January, water use has dropped 22.8% compared to the same period in 2013; for the week ending October 19, 2014, our customers used 32.7% less water than during the same week in 2013. Per-person consumption has dropped from 168 to 104 gallons per day (September 2013 compared to September 2014). More information on water use limitations>>  

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    what 's in prop 1

    Learn more about the water bond on the November ballot >>

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    AquaHawk Customer Portal

    How much water are you using? AquaHawk can tell you! Sign up is fast, free and easy >>

  • Water-Quality

    2013 Water quality report

    Our water quality met or surpassed all requirements. Read the report online or call (925) 828-8524 for a printed copy >>

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    Two decades of investment in water recycling is paying off, as the drought forces cuts in potable water irrigation>>

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    During the Drought Emergency, residents can pick up free recycled water to water trees, gardens, and lawns at their homes >>