We're hosting the annual Catch a Special Thrill Day for Kids at the Los Vaqueros Reservoir! Interested in volunteering or learning more about this amazing program?
National Preparedness Month, recognized each September, provides an opportunity to remind us that we all must prepare ourselves and our families now and throughout the year. All employees will need to confirm their contact info in RANS.
Open enrollment is September 10 through October 5. This is your annual opportunity to review and update your benefits! Look for your packet in the mail. Ask questions in person at the Safety and Wellness Fair or contact Donna in HR at ext. 8037.
This year, at the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Annual Conference and Exhibition, the Contra Costa Water District/City of Brentwood Water Treatment Plant was recognized for attaining the Partnership for Safe Water Directors Award for the first t...
We have some exciting news to share about the Los Vaqueros Reservoir Expansion Project. For the first time in our organization’s history we have an investor in Los Vaqueros. Earlier today the California Water Commission officially dedicated $459...
Congratulations to our Employee of the Quarter, Maria Baritell! She supports both the engineering department and the safety program, and provides superior customer service both to our internal and external customers.
“Gaining title of the Contra Costa Canal is so very important as we look at the future of this critical facility,” said Lisa Borba, President of the Contra Costa Water District’s Board of Directors.
A federal bill to transfer the 48-mile Contra Costa Canal to a local water district passed unanimously Wednesday through the U.S. House of Representatives.
As San Francisco began welcoming visitors arriving for this week’s Global Action Climate Summit, the PPIC Water Policy Center hosted an event on the impact of climate change on California’s water system.
California’s five-year drought highlighted the struggles faced by small water systems. Legal and policy solutions are in the works, but they must remain adaptable to meet the needs of small communities.
Managing groundwater recharge basins and irrigation ponds could become more troublesome under California’s plan to counteract the Trump administration’s rollback of wetland protections, industry experts say.
California has long played a leadership role in reducing climate emissions. But the state has a crucial weakness in its climate readiness: its vast water system.
California’s climate is changing. Hotter temperatures, a shrinking snowpack, shorter and more intense wet seasons, rising sea level, and more volatile precipitation are stressing the state’s water management system.
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