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Installed Meter

If you’ve recently had your water meter installed, learn about next steps, comparative billing and water saving tips.

Your Partner Accountability Report

The latest Department of Utilities newsletter is now available, which has articles on water efficiency, utility rates assistance and storm drainage.

View past issues of the newsletter here.

Utilities News

Dry conditions could cause an 'earthy' taste in drinking water. Here's what you can do about it

The City wants your thoughts on a plan to manage urban water supplies. Here's how you can get involved

A major project at McKinley Park is nearing completion. Here's what it will soon look like

Here's how the City is helping residents save money and conserve water during a dry year

A portion of sewer system is being upgraded that will eventually connect the downtown Railyards to the City’s existing sewer system.

The City during the pandemic is waiving penalties from delinquent utility charges and is not shutting off City-provided water, solid waste, wastewater and drainage despite non-payment.

Public Health Goals Report
The City strives to meet Public Health Goals, which are set by the State of California to encourage drinking water providers to provide safe, high-quality drinking water.

The Department of Utilities actively works toward these goals and reports progress to City Council and the public every three years.

Here is the latest Public Health Goals report.

How drinking water is made

Learn about a Sacramento water treatment plant and how water from our rivers is turned into clean and safe drinking water. 

Water Wise Calls

Water Wise House Call

Schedule a free call with a water conservation specialist to find ways to save water, information about rebates and water-saving tips.

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