The areas affected are: Appian Way (from approximately Veneto and above), Riviera Drive, Monaco Ave, Monte Carlo Ave.
ACWD’s billing cycle is based on an average 60-day period. Because of this, customers with a billing period starting before July 1 and ending on or after July 1 will see prorated charges based on daily usage.
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.
ACWD's 2015 Water Quality Report is now being distributed to the residents and businesses of Fremont, Newark and Union City.
This year's report contains information about the quality and source of your tap water, water quality monitoring and drinking w...Read on...
On June 9, the Board of Directors voted unanimously to immediately rescind the Water Shortage Emergency Ordinance and sunset drought surcharges effective July 1.
Every summer, Alameda County Water District (ACWD), the City of Fremont, and the City of Union City team up to bring the California Youth Energy Services (CYES) Green House Calls program to ACWD service area residents. When you sign up for a survey, two ...Read on...