We regularly maintain and improve the water system to provide excellent service to our customers. This prudent and proactive approach results in fewer unexpected main breaks and ensures a reliable system of high quality water.
Our crews and contractors remain in the field, committed to keeping a reliable supply of high-quality water flowing to our customers. The Bay Area stay home order allows necessary operation, maintenance, and construction of essential infrastructure. The health of our employees and our customers is our top priority. We take precautionary measures to reduce potential exposure to the COVID-19 virus. These measures include but are not limited to:
- Wearing a face covering or mask when possible
- Staying home when sick
- Frequent handwashing
- Regular cleaning of vehicles and equipment
- Practicing social distancing as much as possible
- Limiting close communication with neighborhood residents
As you see our crews in the street, please adhere to all health guidance and practice social distancing. While it might be tempting to ask about your water service, please protect your health and theirs by calling us at 925-688-8000.
These projects are designed to be as safe as possible and cause the least amount of disruption to our neighbors. The notices below will help you stay informed about what water projects are going on in your neighborhood.
- Midhill Reservoir and Pump Station Construction Notice (PDF)
- Country Club Reservoir Construction Notice (PDF)
General Service Area
Notices of Exemption
Below are Notices of Exemption (NOE) pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), related to upcoming District projects. These NOEs are for upcoming District projects that have been found to be exempt from further CEQA review as they are either upgrades and/or minor repairs to existing District facilities. They include a brief project description, a finding that the project is exempt from CEQA, including a citation to the relevant CEQA statute or CEQA guidelines section, and a brief statement of reasons to support the findings. NOEs have a 35-day public review period from the date that is stamped on the first page from the Contra Costa County Clerk’s Office.