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ACWD Awarded $6.1M in Grant Funding for Alameda Creek Projects
The Alameda County Water District was recently awarded over $6.1 million in grant funding to help fund two local fish ladder projects that will play a critical role in restoring threatened steelhead trout to Alameda Creek.
View ACWD's Press Release to find out more...
ACWD Website Upgrade - Take a Quick Survey to Offer Feedback
ACWD.org is getting an upgrade and we want to hear from our website users to learn how adjustments can be made to improve this useful tool. Please take this quick survey to provide feedback that will help as we move forward with this upgrade project.
ACWD's Spring Groundwater Monitoring Program in Effect to Protect Your Drinking Water
Starting from mid-March to beginning of April, ACWD will conduct groundwater monitoring within the cities of Fremont, Newark, Union City, and southern Hayward.
Survey Report on Groundwater Conditions Now Available
On February 8, 2018, the annual Survey Report on Groundwater Conditions was delivered to the Board of Directors.
On June 9, 2016, the ACWD Board of Directors rescinded the District's water shortage emergency ordinance and ended the drought surcharges effective July 1.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.
at the Water Supply and Conservation Information Center.
Sat, Mar. 24
Efficient Irrigation for Home Gardens Workshop - March 24 at 9:30 a.m.
Wed, Mar. 28
Water Resources and Conservation Committee Meeting
Wed, Apr. 4
Operations and Water Quality Committee Meeting
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Alameda County Water District
43885 S. Grimmer Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94538
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday (except holidays)
Ph: (510) 668-4200