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Treatment Plant Updates


Your rates are funding important improvements to Sacramento’s original water treatment plant, built in 1923. We’re replacing unreliable parts and increasing capacity. 

All About Your Rates


Learn more about your utility rates, recent rate increases and how your rates are structured.

Highlights & News

YOUR UTILITIES. YOUR VOICE. We are committed to increasing community understanding of our capital improvement challenges and how these challenges affect ongoing rate adjustments.

Have you heard about a project starting in your neighborhood? Check our Project Status dashboard for more info. 

SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS

Dec 05 - There is plenty of moisture in the air to delay your watering this winter. When it rains, turn off your sprinklers! Learn more: bit.ly/2dsfaig Read Post

Dec 05 - MYTH: It’s ok to pour grease down the drain as long as it’s a liquid at room temperature. FALSE: Liquid cooking oils like canola & olive oil float on wastewater and easily stick to sewer pipes. The oily film can collect food particles and other solids to create a blockage. Learn how to properly dispose of your cooking oils at SacramentoFatFreeDrains.com #MythbusterMondays Read Post

Dec 01 - Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) come in many forms. Never pour them down the drain! This includes meat fats, lard, cooking oil, shortening, condiments, salad dressings, butter and margarine. Other food that you shouldn't put down your drain include leftover food scraps, dairy products, egg shells, coffee grounds and more! Learn more at SacramentoFatFreeDrains.com. Read Post