Engineering

In response to the Alameda County’s Public Health Officer order for shelter in place and Governor Newsom's Executive Order N-33-20 that all Californians stay at home order, as well as for the protection of the public, visitors and staff from COVID-19, we have closed our ACWD Headquarters in Fremont to the public effective March 17, 2020, until further notice. Water service will not be interrupted. 

1)    Customers dropping off applications – preferably, mail in the completed application with any needed payments by check.  Alternatively, use front drop box to deposit application and check, or email completed application and send check by mail.

2)    Customers making payments for fees, charges, deposits, etc. – preferably, mail in check.  Receipt will be mailed.  Alternatively, drop check in front drop box and receipt will be sent.

3)    Customers who need to review their development or site plans with Engineering – call to make an appointment and an engineer or technician will contact you.

4)    Customers who have questions – call 510.668.4499 during business hours or send an email.


Engineering Divisions

The Engineering Department is made up of three divisions, Development Services, Project Engineering and Information Technology.

Development Services

The Development Services Division assists customers and developers needing new or modified water services or extensions to the public water system. It also handles distribution system related records, design and construction standards, and property related issues such as annexations and easements.

Project Engineering

The Project Engineering Division develops, implements, and manages ACWD’s Capital Improvement Program. It designs and constructs facilities that support the operation and maintenance activities of the district.

Information Technology

The Information Technology Division provides administration, maintenance, and support of the District’s computing environment, including business and enterprise software, servers, desktop and mobile computing systems, local and wide area networks, Geographic Information Systems and telecommunications.