Water, Sewer, and Drainage Services

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Water Services

The City of Rancho Cordova is not a water provider and is being served by two private water companies (Golden State Water and California American Water) and two public agencies (Sacramento County Water Agency and City of Folsom Water District).

View the water district map below to locate your water provider.  If you have questions regarding rate increases on your water bill, or to report overwatering, contact your water provider using the contact information provided below.

 Water District Map 1-28-14

Residents should contact the water provider responsible for their area (see above map) to view any watering restrictions and to report overwatering:

Golden State Water Company (American State Water Company)
Customer Service 24-HR: 1.800.999.4033
Local Office: 916.852.8563

California American Water
Customer Service 24-HR: 1.888.237.1333
Local Office: 916.568.4251

Sacramento County Water Agency
To report water wasters, please use this link. To report water leaks, call: 875.RAIN(7246).

City of Folsom Water District
Customer Service: 916.355.7252

Sewer Services

Sewer services for residents of Rancho Cordova are provided by Sacramento Area Sewer District.
Wastewater treatment services for residents of Rancho Cordova are provided by Regional San.
Customer Service: 916.876.6000
Sewer Emergencies & Concerns: 916.875.6730
Billing Inquiries: 916.875.5555
Sewer Impact Fee: 916.876.6100
Rate Assistance Program: 916.875.5500

Drainage Services

Effective July 1, 2014, the City of Rancho Cordova started providing drainage maintenance and operations services to residents, formerly provided by Sacramento County. Specific services include Capital Rehabilitation and Construction, Development Review/Hydrology/Flood Preparedness, Operations and Maintenances, and Storm Water Quality. To report drainage problems such as plugged drain inlets, residents should call 851.8710. For important information about being "storm ready," please click here. 

To learn more about the City's Storm Water Quality Program, click here. 

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