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Posted on: March 22, 2023

ACWD Board Rescinds Drought Surcharge Effective April 1

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The ACWD Board of Directors voted unanimously at a special Board meeting on March 21, to rescind drought surcharges effective April 1. The decision was based on several factors: 

  •  Local precipitation
  • Anticipated Sierra snowmelt
  • Customers' c...
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Posted on: February 7, 2023

Survey Report on Groundwater Conditions Now Available


This report is the first step in the process to establish a replenishment assessment for the next fiscal year. The Replenishment Assessment Act gives ACWD the authority to take measures to ensure the quantity and quality of groundwater for the benefit of ...

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Posted on: January 20, 2023

ACWD's Water Main Cleaning Program to Occur January Through April 2023

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The Alameda County Water District is scheduled to clean all dead-end mains in the Tri-Cities to improve water quality and remove sediment buildup in pipes that may cause discolored water. This process is part of the vital service provided by ACWD to ensur...

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Posted on: January 9, 2023

Tri-City Area Students Can Win Cash Prizes in 4th Annual WaterClips Student Video Contest

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Tri-City Area students are invited to use their passion for making videos and talent for storytelling to convey the benefits of installing a water-efficient garden. Winners will be awarded scholarships totaling over $1500.

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