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Join San Jose Water at Water Appreciation Night!

Did you know that about 95% of the water entering our homes goes down the drain? This can be attributed to leaving the tap on while brushing your teeth, over-watering plants, or using leaky faucets. Regardless, it is important to become more involved in reducing our water usage, as water is a limited resource that shouldn’t be taken for granted.

Rebuilding Together With SJW

San Jose Water has been supporting Rebuilding Together’s efforts to provide home repairs and safety upgrades to Santa Clara County residents for over 20 years. Over that time we’ve supported the home improvements necessary to improve accessibility for seniors and individuals with disabilities and given safe, upgraded homes to low-income homeowners in partnership with the non-profit organization.

Temporary Water Source Change For Parts of Santa Clara Valley

Residents on the west side of our service area will temporarily receive groundwater during planned treatment plant maintenance activities.

Aging Infrastructure and New Water Pipe Standards

SJW and our partner organizations are doing our parts to help proactively counter the effects of old pipes and aging infrastructure on the environment, water quality and water supply.

Updating Water Infrastructure Two Wells at a Time

Many water companies, including San Jose Water, depend on wells to provide safe, high quality, and reliable water service to its customers. It’s a key part of our infrastructure.

Introducing the Newest Generation of Redesigned High-Tech Crew Trucks

San Jose Water (SJW) recently began rolling out new, innovative crew trucks designed to improve the speed and efficiency with which crews can respond to and solve maintenance issues in the communities we serve.

How Does a Truck Clean Water Pipes?

Read on to learn how we’ve added a powerful truck to our workforce to help to clean water pipes and continue to deliver high-quality water.

3 Water System Considerations When Tackling a Home Remodel

Before you dive into a home remodel, it’s important to consider how water will be used in your newly remodeled home.

EPA: $271 billion needed to update nation’s wastewater infrastructure

The national wastewater infrastructure is in need of updating and the EPA is projecting that it would cost $271 billion to bring it up to date.