The Placer County Water Agency conducts an ongoing program of public information to keep customers, the general public, other agencies and the news media up-to-date on Agency programs and activities. The PCWA Board and staff believe it is the responsibility of a public agency to report to the people it serves. The Agency distributes news releases on Board meetings, water service emergencies or interruptions, various programs and projects and other items of current interest. A bi-monthly water system customer newsletter is distributed as an insert with water bills and also mailed to interested citizens, governmental officials, and the media. The Agency also maintains a video channel where you'll find the latest PCWA videos about our history, water efficiency, careers and more.
|Winners of the Regional Water Authority’s 2014 video production contest themed “Don’t Be a Gutter Flooder.” recognized at May 15 meeting of the PCWA Board of Directors (from left, Michael Abshear and Noah Spahn, Whitney HS; Connor Cook, Rocklin HS; and Madison Preston and Justin Conti, Whitney HS; pictured with PCWA directors Joshua Alpine, Robert Dugan, Primo Santini and Gray Allen)|
|PCWA won a statewide award from the California Municipal Utilities Association (CMUA) for an innovative program that uses advanced geographic information systems (GIS) mapping technology to identify high-use water areas and notify customers of their usage.
Pictured, from left, PCWA Board Chairman Joshua Alpine, Deputy Director of Customer Services Linda Yager, Director of Customer Services Matt Young, CAD/GIS Supervisor Abe Hendricks, and PCWA District 3 Director Mike Lee.
PCWA's project, the Auburn Tunnel Outlet Modifications, was awarded the 2013 Project of the Year Award. The project won in the $2 Million to $10 Million Large Agency Division, in the Environment Category. The American Public Works Association (APWA) Sacramento Chapter Awards Program acknowledges public works projects that display excellence in management, administration, design, construction and community relations, as well as the alliance among the managing agency and the consultant/engineer/contractor who worked together to complete the project.
Illustrated Project Map Poster (printed posters available at PCWA)