Water Infrastructure Upgrade in Mountain View

Posted February 22, 2024 Cal Water crews are at work on a water infrastructure upgrade that will improve water supply reliability and fire protection in Mountain View. The project, which will include installation of about 3,720 feet of new eight-inch water main along Starr Way, started in February and is estimated to be complete in […]

Water Infrastructure Upgrade in Chico

Posted February 21, 2024 Cal Water has begun work on a water infrastructure upgrade that will improve water supply reliability and fire protection in northwest Chico. The project, which will include installation of about 3,500 feet of new 8-inch and 6-inch water main and four new fire hydrants, is expected to be completed in March. […]

Over $1.5 Million to Local Organizations in 2023

Posted January 31, 2024 California Water Service Group (Group) contributed $1.56 million in 2023 to charitable organizations and first responders in its communities, just one of the many ways it demonstrates its commitment to enhancing the quality of life for those it serves. Last year, Group allocated 22% of its community giving efforts to support […]

Group Opens 11th Annual College Scholarship Program

Posted January 16, 2024 California Water Service Group (Group) is now accepting applications for its 11th annual College Scholarship Program cycle, one of the ways that the utility demonstrates its commitment to improving the lives of those it serves. Residents living in areas served by its California, Hawaii, New Mexico, and Washington subsidiaries are encouraged […]

Water Systems in City of Willows Consolidated

Posted January 11, 2024 California Water Service (Cal Water), which has provided water utility service to the majority of Willows, Calif. since 1927, recently acquired the municipal water system assets of the City of Willows (Willows or City), which served the remainder of the city. The purchase, completed in late December 2023, was aided by […]

10th Annual Classroom Conservation Program Launched

Posted January 03, 2024 K-12 Teachers and Students Encouraged to Engage in Water Conservation Learning Cal Water, in partnership with DoGoodery, has launched its 10th annual youth water conservation education program. This year, the program returns under a new name, Tap Into Learning, with multiple opportunities for students, classrooms, and school-based clubs in Cal Water service […]

Presents and Meals for Monterey County Children

Posted December 14, 2023 Santa Claus returned to the Salinas Valley skies this year as he flew into the fairgrounds, bringing toys to 1,096 children and meals to 440 local families on Thursday, Dec. 14, 2023, in King City. Participating families, many of whom serve as farmworkers and laborers feeding the nation, were pre-selected by […]

One of “America’s Most Responsible Companies”

Posted December 06, 2023 For the third year in a row, California Water Service Group (Group) has earned a spot on Newsweek magazine’s list of “America’s Most Responsible Companies.” Newsweek and Statista Inc., the world’s leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider, recognized Group for the utility’s sustainability and corporate citizenship efforts. Group ranked No. 1 among investor-owned water […]

Over $186,000 Awarded in Grants to Fire Departments

Posted November 29, 2023 To support local fire departments and their efforts to provide rescue and emergency services, Cal Water today announced it will award $186,077 in grants to eight California fire departments as part of the utility’s fifth annual Firefighter Grant Program. “As a water provider, day in and day out we work together […]

Salinas and King City Give $19,000 in Food, Donations

Posted November 13, 2023 To support struggling families with Thanksgiving meals and essential services, Cal Water partnered with local legislators and charitable organizations Thursday, Nov. 9 for the utility’s annual Operation Gobble distribution. Cal Water donated $10,500 and an additional $8,500 in Butterball turkey gift certificates to organizations helping those in need in the Salinas […]