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Rebates Available

PCWA wants you to save this summer with rebates for both residential and business customers to upgrade sprinkler systems, replace thirsty lawn, install high-efficiency toilets and more!

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Drought Recommendations

California is experiencing a severe drought. With a hot summer coming, Gov. Newsom has called on all Californians to increase their water conservation efforts and reduce water use by 20 percent.

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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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Water Quality Webinar

Watch this recently recorded video featuring water quality experts from PCWA, as they discuss the quality of your drinking water, where your water comes from, how it's treated and its path to your tap.

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Recent News
PCWA General Manager Andy Fecko Named to Federal Commission on Wildland Fire Mitigation

PCWA announced today that General Manager Andy Fecko has been named to serve on the newly-established Wildland Fire Mitigation and Management Commission. Created by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law signed by President Biden in 2021, the Commission “will play a key role in recommending ways that federal agencies can better prevent, mitigate, suppress and manage wildland fires. It will also recommend policies and strategies on how to restore the lands affected by wildfire,” according to a press release by the United States Department of Agriculture. Read more...

PCWA Board Surveys Canal Repairs from Winter Storms

The PCWA Board toured recently completed repairs to three segments of PCWA’s canal water system. The segments, damaged by fallen trees and mudslides during record-breaking December storms, have been operating under temporary repairs since early January. Read more...

Wildfires Contaminating the West's Depleting Water

Officials in Las Vegas, New Mexico, had barely finished battling the massive Calf Canyon-Hermits Peak wildfire earlier this month before they had to point their defenses toward another threat: the ash-filled erosion that could pollute their water. Read more... (external link)

Summer Recreation on the Middle Fork American River Project

With the arrival of warm weather and Memorial Day weekend upcoming, PCWA issued its 2022 recreational water release schedule and campground information for its Middle Fork American River Project. Read more...

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