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Drought Surcharges End Effective July 1
On June 9, the Board of Directors voted to rescind the drought surcharges which will be effective July 1.
ACWD to Launch Customer Assistance Program in 2017 and Seeks Your Feedback
Help on Tap is a customer assistance program that will provide income-qualified customers with bill payment assistance. We seek feedback from those who may qualify and would be interested in participating once the program is launched.
Learn more or take the online survey...
Check Out ACWD's 2015 Water Quality Report
This annual report provides information about the quality and source of the Tri-Cities' drinking water.
Board of Directors Rescind Water Shortage Emergency Ordinance & Drought Surcharges
On June 9, the Board of Directors voted unanimously to immediately rescind the Water Shortage Emergency Ordinance and sunset drought surcharges effective July 1.
Read the full press release...
On June 9, 2016, the ACWD Board of Directors rescinded the District's water shortage emergency ordinance and ended the drought surcharges effective July 1.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 Drought Resource Center.
Wed, Jul. 6
Operations and Water Quality Committee Meeting
Thu, Jul. 14
Tue, Jul. 19
Finance and Outreach 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