Protect yourself from fraud. - Customers are being cautioned regarding a recent scam involving individuals posing as Anaheim Public Utilities employees threatening to interrupt the electric and/or water services, and demanding payments on accounts over the phone. Please do not provide personal financial information to these unsolicited phone call, learn more...
and is asking citizens to voluntarily cut water usage by 20 percent, we want you to know that Anaheim has adequate water supplies for calendar year 2014, and into 2015--thanks to advanced planning and capital investments made in response to previous dry years. We always encourage conservation, and invite you to learn more about our programs and ways to save, learn more...
California Governor Brown officially declared a drought emergency
Anaheim’s drinking water is safe to drink and its quality exceeds all federal, state and local standards. However, independent contractors have been making inaccurate and misleading statements about the quality of the City of Anaheim’s tap water.
Anaheim conducts tests weekly throughout the city and is legally obligated by the California Department of Public Health to officially notify customers if conditions were to warrant a concern. To learn more about Anaheim’s water quality, learn more...
Let your voice be heard - The media has recently reported on a potential power plant project being developed here in Anaheim. We would like customers to know that this project is being proposed by a private, for-profit power developer and not by us. We recently built the Canyon Power Project in an industrial area that, together with our other resources, provides more than enough power to meet our customers’ needs. This proposed project will not provide power to the City, but to the state-wide grid.We, along with the City, feel that the land identified for this project is better suited for parks. To learn more about this issue and how you can support the City’s position on the use of this land, visit.
Drug take-back day --- The Drug Enforcement Administration’s annual drug take back day is scheduled for Saturday, April 26 from 10 am to 2 pm. Hundreds of locations throughout the nation, including several in Orange County, will accept unwanted or expired prescription drugs and personal care products free of charge and with no questions asked. As you may know, disposal of these substances in household trash or the sanitary sewer system can have long term impacts on the environment. This is a great opportunity to clean out your medicine cabinet and help protect the environment. Here’s a link to the DEA’s website which provides a collection site locator, more.