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Main Cleaning to Begin in January 2015
ACWD's Main Cleaning Program, which removes sediment from water mains, will resume in January 2015. The program was suspended in early 2014 due to the drought but is being restored to address the discolored water being experienced by some customers.
Fall 2014 Aqueduct Now Available
The fall 2014 issue of ACWD's newsletter, The Aqueduct, is now available. This issue includes articles on ACWD's assistance following the south Napa earthquake, seismic improvement projects, medication disposal sites, and more.
View the fall 2014 issue of The Aqueduct
NEW! Rain Barrel Rebates (for a limited time only!)
ACWD is offering rebates of up to $50 (per rain barrel - 2 rebate max per residential account) for the purchase and installation of qualifying rain barrels for a limited time only this fall/winter!
Find out more!
Residential Customers Can Now Sign Up for Free Online Access to Customized Water Use Reports
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.
Sign up today!
On March 13, the ACWD Board of Directors declared a water shortage emergency and adopted an ordinance that includes mandatory water-use restrictions.
about these restrictions and what you can do to help ensure a reliable water supply through this exceptionally dry period.
Mon, Dec. 22
Water Resources Planning 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