San Bernardino County Utilities

Find San Bernardino County California utilities. Utilities provide information on public services including electricity (power and light companies), oil and gas (home heating and cooking), waste and sewage companies.


Algonquin Power 2050 South Milliken Avenue Ontario CA 91761 909-390-9900


Alpine Water Users Association 745 Rose Lane Twin Peaks CA 92391 909-337-2845

American Power Conversion Corporation 14875 Monte Vista Avenue Chino CA 91710 909-438-2280

Apple Valley Foothill County Water District 22545 Del Oro Road Apple Valley CA 92308 760-247-1101

Apple Valley Heights County Water 9430 Cerra Vista Street Apple Valley CA 92308 760-247-7330

Apple Valley Ranchos Water Company 21760 Ottawa Road Apple Valley CA 92308 760-247-6484

Aquafit 326 West F Street Ontario CA 91762 909-986-2376

Aquarion Services 19101 Jonathan Street Adelanto CA 92301 760-246-1149

Arrowbear Park County Water District 2365 Fir Drive Running Springs CA 92382 909-867-2704

Baker Community Services District 72730 Baker Boulevard Baker CA 92309 760-733-4155

Baldy Mesa Water District 13123 La Mesa Road Victorville CA 92392 760-955-2353

Bear Valley Electric Service 42020 Garstin Drive Big Bear Lake CA 92315 909-866-4678

Bear Valley Mutual Water Co 101 East Olive Avenue Redlands CA 92373 909-793-4901

Bidwell Technologies Inc. 4401 Eucalyptus Avenue Chino CA 91710 909-597-8637

Big Bear Lake Water Department 41972 Garstin Drive Big Bear Lake CA 92315 909-866-5050

Bighorn-Desert View Water Agency 622 Jemez Trail Yucca Valley CA 92284 760-364-2315

Cedarpines Park Mutual Water Co 21853 Crest Forest Drive Crestline CA 92322 909-338-1821

City Of Rialto Water & Wastewater Utilities 150 South Palm Avenue Rialto CA 92376 909-820-2525

Colton Utility Billing 650 North La Cadena Drive Colton CA 92324 909-370-5040

Colton Utility Billing 650 North La Cadena Drive Colton CA 92324 909-370-5040

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About Public Utility Companies

What is a Stormwater Utility?

A Stormwater Utility is created to manage the collection and treatment of stormwater that results from runoff on streets, highways, parking lots, and other impervious surfaces. The Utility pays for the operation of the stormwater management system by charging fees to developers or the owners of property with impervious surfaces.

What is a Refuse Collection Utility?

Even though refuse, or garbage, collection can be provided by multiple service providers without a monopoly, some county and local governments create a monopoly by authorizing just one vendor or by providing the service with in-house resources. The service functions as a Refuse Collection Utility in that customers are typically charged a monthly fee or a fee based on the amount of refuse they dispose.

Can Utilities terminate a customer's service?

A Utility provider can terminate a customer's service for non-payment. However, there are often restrictions on when a Utility can terminate service. Utilities must usually give advance notice of service termination and advise the customer of steps they can take to avoid termination. In states with cold climates, there may be restrictions on terminating natural gas service, or electric service to customers who heat with electricity, during the winter months. Other restrictions involving terminating services to vulnerable customers may also apply.