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ACWD Expects $4 Million Savings Following the Decision to Decommission Water Treatment Plant
The Board of Directors acted unanimously to decommission one of ACWD’s water treatment plants which will avoid costly improvements; customers’ conservation contributes to the reduced need of the aging plant.
Read the full press release...
Simple Online Tool Allows Customers to Report Water Waste
With the ongoing drought, conservation is as important as ever. Now customers can report water waste easily and anonymously with our online reporting form.
Click here to report water waste...
Summer 2015 Aqueduct Newsletter Now Available
The summer issue of the Aqueduct is now available. This issue includes articles on water use restrictions, the District's commitment of transparency and accountability, budget highlights for fiscal year 2015-16, and water conservation information.
View the summer 2015 issue of the ACWD Aqueduct
Groundwater Sampling to Result in Temporary Runoff to Storm Drains
Groundwater sampling, which is critical to ensuring the safety of your drinking water, will result in temporary runoff to storm drains from late August through the beginning of October.
On March 13, 2014, the ACWD Board of Directors declared a water shortage emergency and adopted an ordinance that includes mandatory water-use restrictions.
about these restrictions and what you can do to help ensure a reliable water supply through the ongoing drought.
Wed, Sep. 2
Operations and Water Quality Committee Meeting
Thu, Sep. 10
Tue, Sep. 15
Finance and Outreach Committee Meeting
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Alameda County Water District
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Fremont, CA 94538
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Ph: (510) 668-4200