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
Tuolumne County and many parts of California are facing tree mortality issues. TUD along with other local agencies are taking proactive measures to remove hazardous dead trees from facilities and along our ditch system. If you have questions regarding a hazardous tree on your property, click the link below to Tuolumne County's Hazardous Tree information page.
All Tuolumne County residents are now eligible for the Watersense Toilet and Showerhead Rebate! Tuolumne Utilities District (TUD), and Twain Harte Community Service District (THCSD), in partnership with the Tuolumne County Resource Conservation District, are offering a rebate of up to $100.00 for one Watersense labeled toilet and up to $25.00 for one Watersense labeled showerhead. For more information and to apply, click the link below.
TUD’s General Manager Submits Comments Regarding the Bay-Delta Plan
Tom Haglund, TUD General Manager, submits a comment letter regarding the Bay Delta Plan Water Quality Control Plan to the State Water Resources Control Board on March 17, 2017. Read the letter by clicking the link below.
Tuolumne County and partnering agencies are working to remove hazardous dead trees from power lines, roadways and other infrastructure. For TUD customers, the District has been removing hazardous trees adjacent to facilities and along the ditch system. If you are a Tuolumne County property owner with a dead or hazardous tree there may be assistance for you. Click the link below for more information.
Every year TUD publishes its an annual water quality report. The free report gives the results of the tests it 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. To read the report, click the link below.
TUD customers will be notified in November of the next series of water and sewer rate increases that will go into effect after January 1, 2017. The rate increases are to support a 5-year Capital Improvement Plan for water and sewer projects. For more details on the rates and projects, click the link below.
The District's Board of Directors approved a budget which includes 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.