Riverside County Utilities

Find Riverside County California utilities. Public utility companies provide information on utilities which include electricity (power and light companies), oil and gas (home heating and cooking), waste and sewage companies.

AmeriGas 41830 Enterprise Circle South Temecula CA 92590 951-296-6237

Anderson Nu Power Co Inc 16651 Porter Avenue Riverside CA 92504 951-780-7070

Anderson Nu Power Company 17130 Van Buren Boulevard Riverside CA 92504 951-780-7070

Anza Electric Co Operative 58470 California 371 Anza CA 92539 951-763-4333

Ballard Gas Service 26500 Esperanza Firefighters Memorial Highway Idyllwild-Pine Cove CA 92549 951-659-0373

Banning City Utility Billing 99 East Ramsey Street Banning CA 92220 951-922-3105

Banning Heights Mutual Water Company 7091 Bluff Street Banning CA 92220 951-849-2540

Beaumont-Cherry Valley Water District 560 Magnolia Avenue Beaumont CA 92223 951-845-0159

Box Springs Mutual Water Co 21740 Dracaea Avenue Moreno Valley CA 92553 951-653-6419

Cabazon Water District 14618 Broadway Cabazon CA 92230 951-849-4442

Carver Tract Mutual Water Corporation 84086 Corregidor Avenue Indio CA 92201 760-342-6266

City Of Riverside Utilities Operations Center 2911 Adams Street Riverside CA 92504 951-351-6370

City of Corona Department of Water and Power 755 Public Safety Way Corona CA 92880 951-736-2274

Control Electrix 4130 Tigris Way Riverside CA 92503 951-270-0296

Desert Water Agency 1200 South Gene Autry Trail Palm Springs CA 92264 760-323-4971

Eastern Municipal Water District 17140 Kitching Street Moreno Valley CA 92551 951-571-0203

Eastern Municipal Water District 2270 Trumble Road Perris CA 92571 951-928-3777

Eastern Municipal Water District 2270 Trumble Road Perris CA 92571 951-928-3777

Eastern Municipal Water District 19750 Evans Road Perris CA 92571 951-657-7469

Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District 31315 Chaney Street Lake Elsinore CA 92530 951-674-3146

What are Utilities?

Utilities provide necessary services to citizens and businesses including electricity, gas, water, telephone, and cable television. Electricity is the most important utility service. It's provided to all cities and towns across the U.S. Because they are considered essential services, utilities are heavily regulated by government authorities, particularly about the prices they can charge for these services.

Most states and local jurisdictions have special pricing programs for low-income consumers who receive essential services of electricity, water, and gas. Because of their necessary nature, such services can't be terminated immediately for non-payment. Instead, the utility company must work closely with consumers who fall behind on payments. If there's an emergency regarding utility services, such as the odor of gas or a downed power line, call 9-1-1 immediately.