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We’re Transitioning to Monthly Billing

Placer County Water Agency is transitioning treated water customers from bi-monthly to monthly billing in early 2022.

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Dry Year Recommendations

PCWA is taking action to address water supply and environmental concerns resulting from critically dry conditions. PCWA encourages customers to continue using water efficiently.

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Announcing the Water Spots Video Contest

The Water Spots video contest is designed to spread the word about water efficiency through the talents of high school and middle school-aged film makers in the Sacramento region.

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Recent News
Regionalization Plan Aims to Improve Water Reliability in Underserved Areas of Placer County

PCWA's Board of Directors recently authorized evaluating a potential consolidation between PCWA and the Heather Glen Community Services District. HGCSD formally requested to be included within PCWA’s Colfax to Applegate Regionalization Study, examining whether consolidation with smaller water districts can increase the safety and reliability of drinking water for residents in the area. Read more...

River Fire Recover Collaboration

Another year of record-breaking climate and wildfire conditions have had devastating impacts throughout California. Locally, the River Fire, which ignited on August 4, took a tragic toll on the communities and landscape in and around Colfax. Read more...

Consolidation Improves Water Reliability and Drought Resilience for Placer County Community

In an effort to improve water reliability and drought resilience, PCWA recently completed a consolidation project with the Castle City Mobile Home Park in Newcastle with funding assistance from the State Water Resources Control Board Read more...

PCWA Releases Statement on River Fire; Board Authorizes Emergency Declaration

On behalf of the PCWA Board of Directors and all Agency employees, we send our heartfelt condolences to all those affected by the River Fire. The city of Colfax is home to over 1,000 PCWA customers, including several past and current employees. I also want to thank all the first responders who heroically responded to the River Fire. Read more...

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