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Posted on: January 24, 2022

2022 Main Cleaning Underway – Program Modified to Use 50% Less Water

Image of ACWD staff at hydrant for main cleaning

Due to drought conditions, the 2022 program has been modified to reduce water use by about 50%.  

Cleaning will occur at various locations throughout the service area.


Now - April

Monday – Friday (Excluding holidays)

7 a.m. &nd...

See the schedule...

Posted on: January 5, 2022

The Competition is On: Students Can Win $500 in ACWD’s 3rd Annual WaterClips Student Video Contest!


ACWD's WaterClips Student Video Contest challenges Tri-City students in grades 6- 12, to get creative and help raise awareness about the importance of water conservation for a chance to win up to $500 in prizes!

Contest details and entry... Home
Posted on: December 27, 2021

Alameda County Water District Sets Public Hearing for Proposed Water Rate Increase

Image of hand washing on cover of ACWD Prop 218 Notice

Visit the rates process webpage for more information on:

  • Proposed water rate increase 
  • Water shortage emergency stage rates
  • How to submit a formal protest
  • How to attend an information meeting on January 20 in advance of the public hearing
Read on...

More info about public hearing & proposed rates... Home
Posted on: December 10, 2021

Alameda County Water District Declares Water Shortage Emergency

picture of Alameda Creek

ACWD adopts water shortage emergency ordinance and implements water use restrictions.

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Posted on: November 16, 2021

Issue 4, 2021, ACWD Aqueduct Newsletter Now Available

This issue includes information about the upcoming main cleaning program, ways to reduce water use, water rates review and details on our student video contest. Plus, meet Garth in our employee feature.

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