The Tri-Valley had a water conservation rate of  19% in the month of June 2022 compared to June 2020

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As the Tri-Valley region’s water wholesaler, we work with our water retailers to ensure the people of eastern Alameda County are taken care of.

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Tri-Valley Water Partners Launch New Website and Outreach Program

Delivering water for our community now and into the future

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Tri-Valley Water Agencies Encourage Local Business Community to Reimagine Its Landscaping

A statewide ban on irrigating non-functional turf at non-residential properties is now in effect.

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Finance Committee Meeting

August 18, 2022

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Regular Board Meeting

August 17, 2022

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Sites Reservoir Committee’s Coordination Workgroup

August 11, 2022

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Kids Zone

Educating Future Generations

Check out our educational resources curriculum for first through eighth grades and learn about new and ongoing initiatives to further improve water quality.

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EVERY DROP COUNTS

One of the best ways to cut down on water costs and maintenance is to replace your grass or turf with water-wise and native plants!

Northern California Drought Update

The Tri-Valley has received just 40% of our average amount of rainfall this season.

Did you know most of the Tri-Valley’s water comes from outside our region?

On average, 70% of our water supply is imported surface water through the South Bay Aqueduct.