TUD Main Office, located at 18885 Nugget Blvd., Sonora
The Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant in Sonora
Crews work on a repairing a section of ditch in Columbia
One of 14 water treatment plants, the Monte Grande Water Treatment Plant
The Main Canal delivers water to our raw water ditch system
TUD's Reclamation System in Jamestown - 100% recycling of all wastewater
The Matelot Reservoir in Columbia
TUD has 72 miles of ditches throughout Tuolumne County
The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Main Canal that conveys 95% of Tuolumne Utilities District’s water supply will be shut down for PG&E’s regular maintenance from Sunday, October 9th through Monday, October 17th, 2016. We are asking that all our water customers use water wisely and conserve water during this time period. Without water flowing in the ditches, the only water available is what remains in storage tanks and from groundwater wells. Thank you for your cooperation.
TUD Projects – Your Rate Dollars at Work
The District's Board of Directors approved a the Fiscal Year Budget in May of this year. Included in the budget is a list of water and sewer projects that are part of the District's Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). The CIP is a “rolling document” with older projects dropping out of the plan as they are completed with new projects being added each year. To find out more about the water and sewer projects already completed and what's in store this year, click the link below.
Ditch Outage – Water Conservation Urged in October
The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) Main Canal that conveys 95% of Tuolumne Utilities District’s water supply will be shut down for PG&E’s regular maintenance from Sunday, October 9th through Monday, October 17, 2016. With this in mind, the District asks that you limit your water use while PG&E does its repairs and improvements. For more information, click the link below.
Paperless e-bills don't just help the environment, it puts your TUD account available to you anytime, 24 hours a day. Save paper, stamps and hassle, by signing up at TUD's Online Customer Service Center. In a few simple steps, you can view your TUD account history, including water usage and signup to receive your TUD bill electronically, sent directly to your email.
TUD is proud to release its Annual Quality Water Report for 2015. This report gives the results of the tests TUD does in order to make sure your water meets federal and state drinking water regulations. The report also explains where your water comes from and includes other useful information. Click the link below to view the report details.
The District’s water supply has greatly improved compared to the last few years and the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) is now allowing more local control regarding any water conservation measures. The SWRCB has set statewide water conservation regulations for all residents to follow. Please see the information below with the State Water Resources Control Board water conservation regulations.