water

conservation

Let us help you conserve our most valuable resource. 

Free to qualified residents.

*Notice: Due to COVID-19, our on-site Water Conservation installation services have been temporarily suspended. We can still process your application and work toward scheduling an installation date in the future. If you need assistance, please call us first and we can help you with the application process.

Water Conservation

Water Conservation services include the repair or replacement of your water appliances and devices, all at no cost to you, This service will lower your water bill and help conserve our most valuable life-sustaining resource – water.

 

As a member of the Tuolumne-Stanislaus Integrated Regional Water Management Authority (T-Stan IRWMA) Watershed Advisory Committee (WAC) and a partner with Tuolumne County Resource Conservation District (TCRCD) we implement in-home water conservation measures, free of charge, for qualifying residents of the T-Stan watershed. Available programs are funded by the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) through Proposition 84 and currently planned to be available for 688 homes through November 2020.

 

Depending on your situation, our water conservation services may include the following;

  • Low-flow Toilets

  • High-efficiency Dishwashers

  • High-efficiency Washing Machines

  • Low-flow Showerheads (some with Thermostatic Sensitive Valves)

  • Low-flow faucets (kitchen and bathroom)

  • Leak fixing

  • Drip irrigation check and tune-up

  • Hose timers

 

Currently available in the Tri-Counties areas!! 

In March 2017, DWR awarded to ATCAA a portion of the 2016 Water-Energy Grant whose goal is to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and also reduce water and energy use by funding residential water-energy efficiency programs or projects benefiting disadvantaged communities (DACs).

 

This new program implements some of the measures funded under our Prop-84 programs but covers the Mokelumne-Amador-Calaveras, Upper Mokelumne River Watershed Authority (MAC UMRWA) region, as well as the T-Stan IRWMA region. Available funding is planned to implement water-energy savings measures on -378 homes across the tri-county area, through December 2020.

 

Depending on your situation, our Water-Energy conservation services may include the following;

  • High-efficiency Dishwashers

  • High-efficiency Washing Machines

  • Low-flow Showerheads

  • Low-flow faucets (kitchen and bathroom)

 

How to Apply for Water Conservation Services:

Depending on the county that you reside in, please download our Energy Assistance and Weatherization instructions and application.

 

Please note that applicants MUST provide the following; as well as other supporting documents identified in the application forms.

  • Social security card

  • Certified birth certificate

  • Signed authorization to perform work (Owner or Authorized agent of property)

 

Once completed, you may submit your application forms by email (you will need to follow-up by sending in the application with your original signature); you can mail them to our office; or if you need help completing the forms, please call one of our offices to speak with an Intake Specialist and make an in-office appointment.

 

For more information or to make an appointment, please contact our friendly Intake Specialists for support.

 

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Tuolumne County

427 N Hwy 49, 

Sonora CA 95370
(209) 533–1397

 

Appointments
Mon – Thurs.

9:00am-Noon

Amador and

Calaveras County

10590 Highway 88, Jackson, CA 95642
(209) 223–1485

 

Appointments
Mon – Thurs. 

9:00am-Noon

Attn: Calaveras Residents

To better serve you, applications are available at all Calaveras Library branches and appointments are also available on Mondays and Fridays in San Andreas. Appointments for Calaveras residents can also be made in Jackson. Call us to learn more. 

Need help paying your PGE or propane bill? We may be able to help. Serving qualified residents in

Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne Counties.

Lower your Energy Bills

FREE home weatherization for residents in

Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne Counties.