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ACWD is committed to being a transparent organization in promoting accountability and providing customers with information. ACWD welcomes feedback from customers regarding ways to further improve transparency. Please e-mail your questions or comments to Gina Markou.
Map of District Boundaries/Service Area (PDF)- ACWD’s service area includes 104.8 square miles and includes the communities of Fremont, Newark and Union City.
ACWD Financial Information - Adopted Budget, Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports.
Board of Directors - ACWD is governed by a five member board of directors who are elected to staggered four-year terms by registered voters within the cities of Fremont, Newark and Union City.
Board of Directors Compensation and Benefits (PDF): Board of Directors receive compensation of $290 for each Board or committee meeting attended, conferences, seminars, workshops, tours and other Board authorized meetings and activities. Compensation is not to exceed 10 meeting days per month; $2,900 maximum per month.
Election Procedure and Deadlines: Elections are held bi-annually (even years). More information can be found at the Alameda County Registrar of Voters website.
Board Meeting Schedule - Regular meetings of the Board of Directors are open to the public and are usually held on the second Thursday of each month at 6:00 P.M. at 43885 South Grimmer Boulevard, Fremont.
Board Meeting Agenda - Agenda and minutes are posted on the ACWD website pursuant to Government Code 54954.2(a)(1) and Government Code Section 54956.
Public Information Requests - All public records of the Alameda County Water District are available for review by the public in accordance with the California Public Records Act, Section 6250.
Enterprise Systems Catalog (SB 272) (PDF) - ACWD posts information about its enterprise information systems in accordance with Senate Bill 272 (2015) and Section 6270.5 of the California Public Records Act (Government Code Section 6250-6276.48) which requires certain local agencies to create catalogs of their enterprise systems that store certain information, and post a listing of these systems on their websites. Learn more about SB 272.