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City Council agrees to four-year water and wastewater rate adjustments

Water Infrastructure Improvement Program

Installed Meter

Read more about our water main pipeline & meter projects. For updates about the projects, please read our current newsletter.

Utility News

Customers with recently retrofitted or installed water meters after 90 days can now sign up and access My Water. Create your account and begin viewing you water usage today.

Drink Up! Your city drinking water is the highest quality. 

City Utilities and Sac State work together to reduce impacts of run off to the American River.

City reduces storm drainage service rates for property owners of vacant commercial properties

City Council agrees to four-year water and wastewater rate adjustments

Stay up to date about the Proposed Rate Adjustments: Your Utilities. Your Community. Newsletter 

Save money on your utility bill! Your total annual savings can add up to over $85 a year with Sacramento Utility Rate Assistance. Apply today!

City park watering on a Monday? Find out why.

River-Friendly Landscape Rebate Program  provides rebates for turf replacement.

Utilities unveils Sacramento Utility Rate Assistance.

Winter Watering

DOU 1 day per week watering starts November 6

Sacramento water users can water one day per week this winter.

Water Wise Calls

Water Wise House Call
Schedule a free visit with a water conservation specialist to find the best ways to save water, get tips and tools, and find out if you qualify for rebates!

SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS

Feb 20 - Fortunately, the weekend rains have not greatly affected the City. More significant river impacts are expected to be experienced along the San Joaquin River system and along the northern portions of the Sacramento River. READ MORE: https://sacramentocityexpress.com/2017/02/19/presidents-day-weekend-storm-to-hit-sacramento-and-city-is-on-watch/ Read Post

Feb 20 - Happy President’s Day! It costs homeowners an average of $250 to unclog a grease-clogged pipe. Don’t waste any “presidents” on having to unclog your pipes. Properly dispose of your Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG). Pour it. Scrape it. Seal it. Trash it. We know… Benjamin Franklin was not a president! Read Post

Feb 20 - Thanks KCRA 3 for checking out our crews today hard at work unclogging storm drains to keep water out of City streets!#YourUtilitiesYourPartner #AlwaysWorking https://twitter.com/kcraluery/status/833760962851201024 Read Post