Public accessibility

Equitable Access

EBMUD ensures fair and open public processes. Our goal is to ensure equitable access to all District public resources, programs, and activities for our customers and the general public, as provided by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended. If you believe that you been denied access to, or been excluded from, an EBMUD public resource or process because of your race, color, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, or disability, please let us know by using one of the following options.

Complete the online Notice of Concern for Public Accessibility Form, or write to us with your name, contact information, the date of the incident, and the specifics of your concern. Your written statement can be emailed to, or mailed to:

EBMUD Office of Diversity, Equity, and Culture
Title VI Coordinator/Derry L. Moten
P.O. Box 24055 MS 810
Oakland, CA 94623-1055

Language Access Services

EBMUD provides Limited English Proficient (LEP) customers with timely and effective access to language assistance services. For public meetings, LEP individuals may contact the meeting organizer 48 hours prior to the meeting to arrange language assistance resources.