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With shorter, cooler days, it's time for sprinklers to hibernate so that Mother Nature can do the watering.

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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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See the latest hydrological conditions in the region including precipitation, snowpack, and temperature for the current water year.

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Recent News
PCWA Files Suit Against PG&E for Breach of Contract

PCWA has filed suit against Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) in Sacramento County Superior Court for breach of contract. This action follows disclosure of PG&E’s intent to transfer substantially all its power generating assets, including its Drum-Spaulding Hydroelectric Project in Placer County, to a subsidiary recently formed by PG&E. Read more...

Mosquito Fire Update: PCWA Files Suit Against Pacific Gas & Electric Company

PCWA has filed suit against Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) in Placer County Superior Court for damages related to the Mosquito Fire, which began on September 6 and burned nearly 77,000 acres across the Tahoe and El Dorado National Forests. Read more...

PCWA Board Adopts 2023 Budget

At this week’s PCWA Board of Directors meeting, the Board adopted the Agency’s 2023 budget. PCWA’s budget comprises three divisions: water, power, and agency-wide. The combined budget totals $164.9 million. Read more...

PCWA Board Receives Update on Mosquito Fire

At the September 15 PCWA Board of Directors meeting, the Board received a comprehensive report from staff on the progress of the Mosquito Fire and the status of PCWA’s Middle Fork American River Project, which is located within the footprint of the Mosquito Fire. Read more...

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