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Water Blogged

Read everything water...blogged. Scroll below to find article topics spanning from water treatment and system technology updates to conservation tips and employee news—and more.

San Jose Water Launches Instagram

A picture is worth a thousand words, and we are all about telling our story.

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.

SJW's 150th Anniversary - Giving Back to the Community

SJW maintains a long history of supporting the community in which we live, work and serve. We believe that “there can be no company without community” and in recognition of our 150th anniversary and of the community that has been central to our existence, the Company is making a special contribution to the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy to significantly expand the Rotary Children’s Sculpture Walk.

Winter Water Safety & Preparedness

It's finally raining! Check out these tips to make sure you and your family stay safe during winter weather.

San Jose Water CEO Reflects On Values

See what CEO Eric Thornburg thinks about the importance of being responsible for a community's water service.

Detecting Water Loss From Space

Satellites aren't just for cell phones and GPS anymore.  Learn how SJW uses them to conserve water!

Water Loves Chocolate

Valentine’s Day 2018 is here and as millions of people are set to share time together and possibly enjoy a little V-day chocolate, it may be surprising to learn that water is the key to your love’s heart. Yes, as it turns out, water knows no bounds.

Water Treatment Upgrades Arrive at Montevina

Santa Cruz Mountain Montevina Plant to begin full operation this week.

Temporary Water Source Change For Some San Jose Water Customers

Residents on the west side of San Jose Water’s service area will temporarily receive groundwater.

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