Learn how to replace your old lawn with a beautiful landscape. Our Lawn to Garden Workshops offer a straightforward step-by-step process to keep your project on track. Get landscape design tips from experts, and apply for a rebate of up to $1,000 today.
Have you ever wondered where the water comes from when you turn on your faucet? Join us for a day of learning about your water system. Tour major facilities that make your tap water some of the best in the country.
We're anticipating overnight temperatures near or below freezing in some areas of Contra Costa County. Before a cold snap is the time to take action to protect your water pipes.
Learn about changes and accomplishments over the past year - from delivering on promises during power shutoffs to streamlining design and construction of more than 11,000 linear feet of pipeline to keep your water flowing.
Every year in January and February, we sponsor Delta Discovery Voyages for 4,000 local students through our Water Education Program. What better way to learn about water than to go directly to the source?
Each winter, the District conducts a full cleaning of 21 miles of the Canal loop from Clyde to the Martinez Reservoir. This year, certain portions of the Canal trail will be closed temporarily during the cleaning. Signs will be posted in advance.
The District’s Board of Directors adopted the proposed rate adjustment after a public hearing at the Board Meeting on January 8, 2020. Changes to rates and charges take effect February 1, 2020.
Yes, you're allowed to shower and do a load of laundry on the same day. No, there isn't a fine for exceeding 55 gallons per person per day. Some news reports provide inaccurate information regarding recent water efficiency laws.
We're currently undergoing our annual review of rates and charges that pay for the transport and delivery of safe, high-quality, and reliable water. A public rate hearing will be held by the Board of Directors on January 8 at 6:30 p.m.
Our employees recently donated coats to children and adults in need through One Warm Coat’s Coat Drive program. One Warm Coat is a national non-profit organization that works to provide a free, warm coat to any person in need and raises awarenes...
Most years, Contra Costa County gets a decent amount of rainfall. The rain that falls on your home and garden is a free supply of water that can save you money and protect our water supply.
For immediate release: December 6, 2019
Contacts: Sharene Gonzales, Alameda County Water District (510) 668-4208Jennifer Allen, Contra Costa Water District, (925) 297-9739Sue Stephenson, Dublin San Ramon Services District, (925) 875-2295Andrea Pook, East B...
Each year, local educators join CCWD, the Water Education Foundation and Project WET Foundation for a day of free water education instruction to integrate all things water into the classroom. Check out our video of the recent training!
For Immediate Release: November 21, 2019
Contact: Jennifer Allen, (925) 688-8041 office, (925) 297-9739 mobile
Concord – The Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) Board of Directors unanimously approved Assistant General Manager Steve Welch to become the new G...
For Immediate Release: August 2019Contact: Jerry Brown, General Manager, email@example.comTransparency Certificate of Excellence Awarded to Contra Costa Water District
Concord, CA — The Contra Costa Water District received the District Transpar...