In 1923, residents voted to form the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD), paving the way for the infrastructure that we rely on today to bring water from the Sierra Nevada to the East Bay. In 1951, wastewater treatment operations started. As we approach our 100th year, EBMUD remains a lifeline in the Bay Area, delivering high-quality water to more than 1.4 million customers. We also provide wastewater services to 685,000 customers, which helps protect public health and San Francisco Bay.
What Are We Doing In Your Neighborhood?
Read the latest Biennial Report: ebmud.com/publications
Where Does Your Water Come From?
Take a virtual tour of the majestic Mokelumne Watershed and Pardee Reservoir: ebmud.com/yourwater