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'Winnifred Gilman' Cleveland Sage, Salvia clevelandii 'Winnifred Gilman'
Resilient and Beautiful

PCWA in partnership with the UC Master Gardeners of Placer County are highlighting plants that are not only beautiful but perfectly suited for our region's climate.

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Paperless Billing Available

Customers can now receive bill notifications via text and email. Log into your account through the Paymentus portal and toggle the Paperless option to YES.

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State of PCWA's Water Supplies 2023

The recording is now posted for PCWA’s webinar moderated by Heather Waldman, KCRA 3 Meteorologist, exploring the state of PCWA's water supplies for 2023 amid the dramatic weather swings from drought to flood.

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Sacramento Street Pipe Abandonment and Transfer Project in Auburn
Multiyear Rate Adjustment

The PCWA Board of Directors has adopted new rates, fees, and charges for water service to take effect on January 1, 2023. PCWA has set up a page complete with FAQs about the new rates and rate-setting process.

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Recent News
PCWA Board Chairman Dugan Testifes to Congress on Watershed Health

On May 23, PCWA Board Chairman Robert Dugan testified before the United States House of Representatives Subcommittee on Federal Lands on the catastrophic impacts of megafires and the need to step up progress on managing forest lands in our watersheds. Read more...

PCWA Awards Four Grants to Placer County Public Water Purveyors

PCWA awards four grants totaling $173,400 to four public water purveyors in Placer County. The grants, funded through PCWA’s Financial Assistance Program, support Placer County special districts with projects that enhance safe and reliable drinking water service, water infrastructure reliability, and water and energy resources stewardship. Read more...

Placer County Water Agency Donates Snowcat To The Tahoe City Public Utility District

Readiness to perform public wintertime backcountry rescues is essential for Placer County’s snowy foothills and mountain communities, especially after record snowfall this year. In support of these efforts, PCWA is donating a 2004 Tucker Sno-Cat to the Tahoe City Public Utility District (TCPUD) as part of PCWA’s surplus property policy. Read more...

PCWA Approves Purchase of Weimar Water Company

At the February 16 meeting of the PCWA Board of Directors, the Board approved the purchase of the Weimar Water Company, an investor-owned water purveyor serving the Weimar area of Placer County. As a result of the purchase, PCWA will become the water provider for Weimar’s 550-plus retail, wholesale, and commercial customers and assume operations and maintenance responsibilities of Weimar’s treated water system infrastructure. Read more...

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