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Year End Report for 2022

Take a look at our Year End Report for 2022 to learn more about how PCWA serves the community and protects our customers' investments.

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Water Conservation

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

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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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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 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...

A Guided Tour of the "Supershed": A Multifaceted Approach to Drought Proofing the Sacramento Region

The Sacramento Region "supershed" enjoys some of the most abundant water resources in California. Still, climate change places those resources under threat. Read more...

Success in the Sierra: French Meadows Partnership Completes its Fourth Season of Work

Despite the challenges of an extremely dangerous fire season, including California's largest wildfire in 2022 (Mosquito Fire) impeding access and limiting operations, partners of the French Meadows Forest Restoration Project have wrapped up their fourth season of forest treatments in the critical headwaters of Tahoe National Forest. Read more...

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...

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