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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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Mulch Mayhem Coming Soon

Join us for Mulch Mayhem on Saturday, May 4th starting at 8:00 am. Free mulch available on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last.

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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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Educational Outreach Program

PCWA offers a fun, interactive educational program for 3rd to 5th grade that teaches students about where their water comes from and trains them to be “Leak Detectives” at home and school.

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Recent News
PCWA Makes Progress Toward Consolidation of Shady Glen’s Water System

PCWA Board of Directors has voted to move ahead with a $4.5 million funding agreement to help consolidate the Shady Glen Community Water System into PCWA’s Colfax water system. PCWA has applied for grant funding from the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) and has received preliminary approval. If granted, this project will benefit 200 residents in the Shady Glen community by connecting them to PCWA water supplies. Read more...

New Survey Finds PCWA Water Quality Remains Among the Best in America

A recent independent survey conducted by Starr Consulting confirms that the water quality in Placer County Water Agency's (PCWA) American River watershed remains excellent despite concerns stemming from recent forest fires and subsequent erosion of ash and sediment. The survey, highlighted that PCWA's drinking water quality surpasses regulatory standards. Read more...

New Water Pipeline Will Bring Treated Water To 48 Homes West of Auburn, Improve Water Delivery and Quality

PCWA Board of Directors approved the environmental phase to construct a 1.5-mile treated water pipeline, benefiting 48 homes in the rural Duncan Hill area, west of Auburn. With an estimated cost of $10.6 million, the project aims to improve water delivery and quality, connecting two of PCWA’s largest water systems and eliminating dead-end pipelines. PCWA's commitment to providing safe drinking water to rural communities underscores this effort. Read more...

PCWA Launches Vital Pipeline Replacement Project to Provide Long-Term Water Reliability for Rocklin Residents

PCWA has initiated a multi-year, multi-phase infrastructure project in Rocklin to replace aging pipelines along Midas Avenue and nearby streets. This vital project, prompted by recent leaks and failures in the mainline pipes, is essential for ensuring the enduring delivery of safe drinking water to residents. The existing steel pipes, installed in 1963, are approaching the end of their useful life. Read more...

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