Water is Essential to California’s Quality of Life. Thank you to all the Antioch Water Customers who continue to monitor their use of water. Even with the recent rains we must continue to use water wisely.
Antioch is taking a proactive approach to water conservation and in partnership with Delta Diablo Sanitation District will soon be using recycled water to irrigate the Lone Tree Golf Course, as well as Fairview, City and Mountaire parks, with Chichibu park following in the spring of 2012. For more information about recycled water, visit www.ddsd.org
The following websites provide useful information about California’s water issues and offer suggestions to help us conserve as well as a link to rebate programs for water related items.
Antioch Water Account Information
The City does require deposits on most accounts, both residential and commercial. These deposits are refundable upon termination of the account, less outstanding charges, or after 18 months of maintaining the account in good standing at which point the deposit will be credited to the account. Allow up to three weeks for deposit refunds.
Water service connections and/or disconnections will occur within two (2) business days but no more than two weeks in advance. We are unable to accommodate same day requests. There is no weekend or holiday service.
Payments for water service may be made at City Hall at the First Floor Customer Service Counter, at a conveniently located drive-up drop box located in the City Hall parking lot, or using our new online payment service. Payments may be mailed to the City of Antioch, PO BOX 6015, Artesia, CA 90702-6015
To open an account, or to inquire on an account, or inquire about our new online service, please call on our Customer Service Representatives at (925) 779-7060. We can also provide help on reading your meter or determining if you have a water leak.
Water rates and monthly maintenance charges are set annually by council action and are available in the City of Antioch Master Fee, which is available on the finance page of the City’s website, and at the Antioch Public Library.