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Heat Wave May Lead to Unusual Taste, Smell for Tap Water - Water Remains Safe to Drink
A week of very high temperatures has led to an algae bloom in some of the region’s water sources, which can result in tap water that smells and tastes different that usual. The water is still safe to drink. Read on...
2016 Water Quality Report Now Available
Quality Assured: We're proud to report your drinking water met or exceeded all standards. Read on...
Spring 2017 Aqueduct Newsletter Available
The Spring 2017 issue of ACWD's customer newsletter, the Aqueduct, is now available. This issue includes articles on the availability of our 2016 annual Water Quality Report, Governor Brown's declaration of California's drought ending, and more. View the Spring 2017 issue

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On June 9, 2016, the ACWD Board of Directors rescinded the District's water shortage emergency ordinance and ended the drought surcharges effective July 1. Some permanent statewide restrictions remain, including:  prohibitions on using a hose to clean driveways or sidewalks; a ban on overwatering landscape that results in runoff; requiring restaurants to serve water only upon request; and a mandate that the hospitality industry offer optional laundering of sheets and towels.  Learn more at the Water Supply and Conservation Information Center.
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