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  1. Contra Costa Water District Asks Customers for 10% Voluntary Conservation

    The Contra Costa Water District Board of Directors endorsed a Stage 1 water shortage level and is now asking customers to voluntarily reduce water use by up to 10% from 2020 water use. Water stored in Los Vaqueros Reservoir will also help meet demands. Read on...
  2. CCWD Achieves Sustainable Utility Management Award

    Contra Costa Water District was one of nine utilities awarded the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) Sustainable Water Utility Management Award at this year's Virtual AMWA Executive Management Conference on October 13, 2020. Read on...
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  1. We’re addressing seasonal changes that can affect the taste or odor of your drinking water.

    We recently experienced an algae bloom in one of our water sources, which has resulted in an unpleasant taste and odor in the drinking water of some customers. The water is safe to drink, this is purely an aesthetics issue that will be resolved soon. Read On...
  2. CCWD continues providing safe, reliable water as we monitor the COVID-19 pandemic.

    We want to assure our customers that we are focused on continuing to provide reliable, high-quality water. Learn about temporary changes and safety measures in effect. Read On...
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