What's On Tap

Cal Water is constantly working to provide reliable, high-quality water service to our customers and support for our communities. Here are some highlights.

Cal Water Awards Nearly $175,000 in 2021 Firefighter Grant Program

Since 2019, Cal Water has provided $482,500 to 25 departments in its service area. As part of its commitment to supporting fire departments in its service areas, Cal Water recently announced the recipients of its third annual Firefighter Grant Program. Eight fire departments were awarded a total of $174,500 to purchase or fund equipment that will help protect life and property.

The 2021 grant recipients were selected based on need for items to protect first responders or the communities in which Cal Water serves. The recipients include: Chico Fire Department, Dixon Fire Department, Kern County Fire Department, Los Angeles County Fire Department, Oroville Fire Department, Selma Fire Department, South San Francisco Fire Department and Willows Fire Department.

“Our partnership with the firefighters in our service areas extends beyond providing the water they need to protect our communities; as they put their lives on the line for us, we want to support them as best we can,” said Martin A. Kropelnicki, President and CEO. “With many fire departments stretched for resources, we are glad that our Firefighter Grant Program can help them obtain the equipment they need to be safe and protect others, especially as we have seen the frequency and severity of fires grow year after year due to climate change.”

For more information on how the grants will be used by each department, visit our press release.

“Most Breweries have to Filter [their water], we Use it Straight from the Tap.”

As a water provider, maintaining safe, clean drinking water is paramount. We have an extensive water quality assurance program in every community we serve, and we are leading the way in identifying and treating for high-risk contaminants well before it is mandated by regulators, making our water among the safest in the nation.

For the latest, read on about how Cal Water is prioritizing safe drinking water, read our latest opinion editorial in Capitol Weekly here.

From Animal Shelters to Dining Halls, Cal Water Gives Back to our Communities

Cal Water is as passionate about investing in our communities and being a good partner as we are about providing safe, reliable, and affordable water service for our customers. As a water provider and community partner, our goal is to improve our customers’ and communities’ quality of life.

Cal Water Commits $600,000 in Grants to Community Organizations

As part of fulfilling its purpose to enhance the quality of life in the communities it serves, Cal Water recently announced donations totaling $600,000 to local food banks and other community aid organizations. The Chico Housing Action Team received a $200,000 grant to complete its Everhart Village project. Another $200,000 was donated to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento to support its new Stockton facilities and STEM programs. The remaining $200,000 was divided among food banks and other organizations that provide critical services throughout Cal Water’s service areas.

Watch Chico Housing Action Team Executive Director Leslie Johnson explain how critical the funding is to the success of the project. Read our press release here.

Clean Water is Our Top Priority

Cal Water obsesses over water quality. Maintaining safe, clean water is our top priority. We meet some of the most stringent water quality requirements in the nation, keeping our communities healthy and safe. That’s the Cal Water Difference.

Cal Water Awards Nearly $175,000 in 2021 Firefighter Grant Program

“Most breweries have to filter [their water], we use it straight from the tap.”

From Animal Shelters to Dining Halls, Cal Water Gives Back to our Communities

Cal Water Commits $600,000 in Grants to Community Organizations

Clean Water is Our Top Priority