• Water - Consumer Information Center

    The CPUC regulates privately-owned water and sewer utilities, and promotes programs that help customers in need and encourages water conservation.

    Save Money with Discounted Rates

    Depending on your household income, you may qualify for discounted water services.  If Shut-Off of your Water Service is Imminent, you may also be eligible to arrange a bill-payment plan.  Contact your water utility to see if you qualify and to sign up.

    Conserve Water and Help our State and the Environment

    For more information on how you can conserve water, please see our Water Conservation web page. 

    For additional information on the Commission’s efforts to develop responsive Low-Income Assistance and Water Conservation programs, please see our Water Consumer Information and Reports page. You can also read our Consumer Programs brochure.

    For more information on how the CPUC can help you resolve issues, please see Do You Have a Question or Complaint?

    Drought and Conservation Information
     

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    The CPUC protects consumers by ensuring the provision of safe, reliable utility service and infrastructure at reasonable rates, with a commitment to environmental enhancement and a healthy California economy. Find out more about our work on our main website.

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    I Need Help with My Utilities

    The CPUC’s Consumer Affairs Branch (CAB) helps consumers understand utility bills and service as well as helps consumers resolve disputes with their energy, water, and telecommunications utilities.

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    Programs for Consumer

    There are many state and federal programs designed to help you manage your utility bills. These programs are...

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  • Visit the CPUC Main Site

    The CPUC protects consumers by ensuring the provision of safe, reliable utility service and infrastructure at reasonable rates, with a commitment to environmental enhancement and a healthy California economy. Find out more about our work on our main website.

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