Events

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.

Shirley Lewis Sculpture Walk Event

On Friday, July 20, San Jose Water partnered with the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy (GRPC) to unveil the final piece of the Shirley Lewis Rotary Sculpture Walk. The special event commemorated Shirley Lewis’ dedication to the park, public art, and the City of San Jose.

Montevina Water Treatment Plant Now Serving San Jose Water Customers

Earlier today, San Jose Water's CEO Eric W. Thornburg and President and COO Andrew Gere were joined by Los Gatos Mayor Rob Rennie, and Santa Clara Valley Water District Director Gary Kremen to unveil the SJW's newest, state-of-the-art water treatment facility. The ceremony included HDR Constructor's President Doug Lisak, HDR as the design-build partner helped to bring this project through design and construction and has supported it's return to operation.

Irene: SJW's Ironwoman

Let this sink in: 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile ride, 26.2 mile run.

Reflections On Service This Veteran's Day

In observance of Veteran's Day we talked with one of our San Jose Water vets about his service and how he's carried those lessons with him through life.

SJW Employees Raise Nearly $11,000 For Fire Relief In Just One Week

San Jose Water employees have deep roots in the Northern California community.  The company itself has been around for more than 150 years and many of its employees are born and raised in Northern California’s communities.  That’s why SJW employees stepped up to help our neighbors to the north whose communities were devastated by the Napa and Sonoma County fires.

The 5 Best (and Coolest) Water Parks in the World

When thing’s heat up next year, try cooling off with one of these fabulous water parks. And don’t feel guilty about water conservation while you’re splashing around. Most modern water parks have been designed with efficiency efforts and sustainable practices in mind.

Potty Facts: 4 Things You Didn’t Know About Game Days

What happens during halftime breaks or the seventh-inning stretch? Check out this list of game day “facts” and creative ways stadiums conserve water.

Fun Ways to get Kids Involved in Water Conservation

Water conservation is important to introduce to kids and can be engaging when introduced with a fun challenge, interesting journey or exciting visit.