Riverside County Water Department

Find Riverside County California water departments, districts, authorities, boards, and services. Water departments are municipal utilities that provide information on drinking water, treatment plants, sewage treatment, conservation and testing.

Name
California State Water Department
Address
Ste 500, 3737 Main St, Riverside, California, 92501
Phone
951-782-4130
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Name
Coachella City Water Department
Address
1515 6th Street, Coachella, California, 92236
Phone
760-398-2702
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Name
Corona - Water Department
Address
755 Public Safety Way, Corona, California, 92880
Phone
951-736-2274
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Name
Murrieta Water Department
Address
42290 Ivy Street, Murrieta, California, 92562
Phone
951-677-7667
Fax
503-252-9701
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Name
Norco Water Department
Address
2870 Clark Avenue, Norco, California, 92860
Phone
951-270-5654
Fax
951-270-5668
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Name
Riverside County Sewer Department
Address
25871 South Neighbours Boulevard, Blythe, California, 92225
Phone
760-922-4909
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Name
Riverside County Water Department
Address
4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, California, 92501
Phone
951-955-8980
Fax
401-222-3018
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Name
Rubidoux Water Department
Address
3590 Rubidoux Boulevard, Riverside, California, 92509
Phone
951-684-7321
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Name
San Jacinto Water Department
Address
201 West Main Street, San Jacinto, California, 92583
Phone
951-654-7337
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Name
Temecula Water Department
Address
48245 Pechanga Road, Temecula, California, 92592
Phone
951-694-0899
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What is a Water Department?

A water department is a utility which provides water and sometimes sewage services in a given community. This department may also be responsible for managing and operating wastewater treatment facilities, as well as maintaining and repairing water delivery lines and other infrastructure.

This department may be an independent agency of local or state government, or it may be combined within another, larger government department such as a department of public works. In either case, a water department is responsible for providing the community with safe, reliable water for drinking, cooking, washing and other purposes. Some departments add chlorine or other chemicals to the water supply to reduce the growth of organisms or render it safer to use.