Landscape irrigation accounts for the greatest amount of water use and cost in your resdential water bill. Thirsty shrubs and trees, broken sprinkler heads, and excessive watering lead to shockingly high water bills. Find out how to make extraordinary reductions in your water use.
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View my bill. You may view your bill and history of usage and payments. Click on the View My Bill button, and sign up for an account. You'll need 1) Your water account number 2) the name on your water account.
Pay my bill with automatic debit: Pay water bills using automatic draft from your bank account. You may authorize the District to deduct the monthly amounts from a checking account which will post to your water bill account. Though you'll still receive a paper bill in the mail, the amount due will be paid. Click the SIGN UP button, fill out the form completely, and mail it or e-mail as instructed on the form.
We are constructing new water mains along portions of:
Expect uneven road surfaces, trench plates, and loose gravel.
Please obey all traffic signs and flagman.
* Expect delays of 15 minutes
on Altamont Road, between Altamont Ct. and Taaffe Road
Water Quality Notice: The Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant will shut down on 12-19-13 and remain in standby mode. Hetch Hetchy (HH) will remain in service until 1-6-14 at which point the HH supply will be shut down and replaced with local supplies. HH will remain out of service until 1-31-14. During this time, your water may be harder than usual. After running a dishwasher cycle, you might notice that dishes are coming out spotty or cloudy. That’s because soap does not lather well when mixed with hard water.
Water Source:Purissima Hills Water District receives 100% of its water supply from snowmelt in the Sierra Nevada Mountains which is stored in the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir. The District purchases this water from the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) which delivers it to Los Altos Hills through a gravity-fed 18" transmission main. The water is then pumped to 10 storage tanks located throughout the Town for distribution to customers.
26375 Fremont Road, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022 24hour (650) 948-1217 Fax (650) 948-0961
OUR WATER: Snowmelt stored in the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir.