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Fire-wise, Water-wise Landscaping Webinar

Watch a video of PCWA’s webinar on Fire-Wise, Water-Wise Landscaping, hosted on August 25, 2021.

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Critically Dry Year Actions

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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Recent News
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...

Critical Partnership Prevents Fire from Spreading in Tahoe National Forest

On July 21, employees of PCWA helped successfully contain a small fire in the Tahoe National Forest spotted near Duncan Diversion, a tributary to the Middle Fork American River. Read more...

Sierra Nevada Conservancy Awards $1 Million Grant to PCWA for Forest Restoration Work

PCWA announced that it has been awarded a $1 million grant by the Sierra Nevada Conservancy (SNC) to help fund future implementation of the French Meadows Forest Restoration Project – a 28,000-acre, public-private project aimed at reducing the risk of catastrophic fire in the headwaters of the Middle Fork American River. Read more...

PCWA Expands Water Efficiency Programs

Gearing up for what is expected to be a hot summer, PCWA has announced it is expanding its popular water efficiency programs for the remainder of the year. Available rebates apply to both residential and commercial customers and cover outdoor and indoor water use. Read more...

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