Our Mission

The Rio Alto Water District is a California Water District, a public agency, that is dedicated to providing the highest quality potable water and water reclamation services to its customers in the most efficient and cost effective manner.  The District's Board of Directors and employees aspire to the highest degree of integrity, honesty, trust and respect in our interaction with each other, our customers, our suppliers and our community.

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Board Vacancy

June 22, 2018

Notice is hereby given, in accordance with Government Code Section 1780 that a vacancy has occurred on the Rio Alto Water District Board of Directors as of June 21, 2018.  This is an elective position, the four-year term expires on Dec. 4, 2020.  Appointment to fill this un-expired term will be made by the District Board of Directors at the Regular Board Meeting being held on Wednesday, July 18, 2018, 6:30 p.m. at the District Board Room at 22099 River View Dr., Cottonwood, CA 96022.  Applications and additional requirements for the position can be obtained at the District Office or accessed on the District website at www.rawd.org under the Board Member tab.  All applications are due no...

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Water Wisely

Water Wisely

June 01, 2018

It is just as important to conserve water OUTSIDE your home as it is INSIDE your home.  Lush green lawns, bright colorful flower gardens, bountiful vegetable harvests —these add beauty and enjoyment to your home. But grass and flowers and vegetables require water, and they can sometimes consume massive amounts of this precious natural resource. So how can you water wisely? How can you conserve water in your yard?

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