ACWD will be conducting groundwater sampling within the cities of Fremont, Newark, and Union City from late August through early October. Monitoring wells will be pumped so that groundwater samples can be collected and... Read on...
ACWD has launched a new program for residential customers offering water use reports that provide consumption information and specialized water saving tips. Learn how your water use compares to similar households and see what you can do to reduce use.
At a July 17 public hearing ACWD adopted drought surcharges to address the financial implications of the drought. The surcharges are effective July 21. All the information about ACWD's public hearing and surcharges can be accessed here:
Use this online bill calculator to determine how drought surcharges might impact the first water bill you receive after the July 21 effective date.
The summer 2014 issue of ACWD's customer newsletter, the Aqueduct, is now available. This issue includes articles on drought surcharges, budget highlights, landscape classes, the Water Savings Assistance Program for Low Income Homeowners, and more.
Due to the ongoing drought, the ACWD Board of Directors has declared a water shortage emergency and adopted an ordinance that includes mandatory water-use restrictions.