Water is essential to California’s quality of life. Thank you to all the Antioch Water customers who have cut back their water usage in this time of drought and make efforts to conserve on a daily basis.
Please take the time to look over the drought and water service information included in this page. Additionally as a City of Antioch Water Customer, you are eligible for conservation programs offered by Contra Costa Water District. For more information about California’s water issues and offer suggestions to help us conserve visit www.saveourh2o.org.
New tiered water rates go into effect July 1, 2015
Water bill inserts are now available online:
Please call our drought hotline, 925-779-6140, for more water conservation and drought program information or to report water waste or drought violations.
On May 12, 2015, the City Council passed by resolution new drought management measures and approved implementation of Stage III of the City’s Water Shortage Contingency Plan adopted in June 2011 as part of the City’s Urban Water Management Plan:
Your two-year historical data is available on-line. To view your consumption history, scroll down to Antioch Water Account Information and click “on-line service”. Next, click on the Water Utility Billing tab to create Member Registration. After you have registered, you can add your account number to access a history of your account transactions, and consumption data
Your water meter can tell you how much water you are using during a given time period, and can help you monitor the amount of water you use indoors and outdoors on a daily basis. It can also help you determine how much water each appliance uses, and whether you have a leak. Click here to learn How to Read Your Water Meter and Check for Leaks
Non-Residential Customers- In addition to the prohibitions above, the following prohibitions apply to commercial customers:
Fines for Violations of Prohibitions
Citations can be issued for failing to correct violations of prohibitions above (infractions under the Antioch Municipal Code, and in accordance with State penalties) and will be as follows:
Please note: If you have a landscape gardener, make sure you ask the gardener to adjust your irrigation timer in accordance with the City’s new regulations. You are responsible for the water you use.
Good Drought Program Water Practices
Visit www.h2ouse.org for room-by-room and outdoor use tips on conserving water. Additionally, information is available on CCWD’s home page at www.ccwater.com. CCWD offers a variety of incentives and rebates to customers. The City of Antioch is a retail customer of CCWD, and Antioch residents are eligible to participate in these incentive programs. For more information, go to www.ccwater.com/conserve/. Examples include: