Contra Costa Water District Meter Readers will be working long hours and through the weekend starting May 1 as part of the District’s Drought Management Program.
The Drought Management Program begins on the first day of May.
So that all CCWD customers will start the water-saving program at the same time, more than 60,000 water meters will be read during the first week of May.
Meter readers will be seen in neighborhoods on Saturdays and Sundays, and much earlier and later in the day than normal. All meter readers will be wearing orange CCWD shirts and safety vests and will be carrying their CCWD identification card.
Though meters will be read to establish the starting point for the Drought Program, customers will receive their water bills at close to their normal time frames. The bills will explain charges under the Drought Management Program and under normal billing.
Have a question?Please send an email or call the CCWD Drought Center at (925) 688-8009.