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Back on tap! EBMUD’s Orinda Water Treatment Plant is now online, serving Sierra water to the East Bay

 Customer conservation

Customers saved 21% in March 2017 compared with March 2013. The total savings from March 2017 to July 2016 is 18%. Learn about outdoor water rules in effect

 Watershed gallery

The historic Wildermuth House was home to California pioneers
Tour the Oursan Trail at Briones Reservoir
Take a hike at Siesta Valley in Orinda
The Mokelumne River is where East Bay residents get their water
Relax on the dock of San Pablo Reservoir
Volunteers conduct trail restoration on the Bay Area Ridge Trail in Pinole Valley
The expansive Mokelumne River, near the Middle Bar takeout
Feast your eyes on the Mokelumne River Watershed
East Bay watershed, Orinda
The sun sets at Lafayette Reservoir
Finnerty Gulch is located on the Mokelumne Coast to Crest Trail
Catch glorious views from the Pinole Valley, near the San Pablo Bay
San Pablo Reservoir, the perfect spot for picnicking and fishing
Spring wildflowers on the trail to Patti's Point
The Longest Mile is covered in California Poppies in the spring
Reserve the Pine Picnic Area at San Pablo Reservoir
The Longest Mile is a one-mile segment of the Mokelumne Coast to Crest Trail
The Coast to Crest Trail is famous for its spring wildflowers
Volunteers help keep the Bay Area Ridge Trail beautiful in Pinole Valley
A pelican flies above Lafayette Reservoir
Water fowls like the Egret are common sights at Pardee Reservoir
The Longest Mile is a rugged segment of the Mokelumne Coast to Crest Trail
California Poppies cover the Siesta Valley
Wildflowers like baby blue eyes dot the upcountry hillside
The Redwood Trail in Moraga boasts lush ferns and tall redwoods
The Briones Reservoir waterfall is visible from the Bear Creek Trail

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