Thank you for conserving water. The District has reduced its water conservation measures as of September 9th, 2014. Please see the Phase II Water Conservation measures listed on the Home Page.


TUD Board Candidates-November

An important election for the future of Tuolumne Utilities District will be held in November. To view the Board Candidates, click on the following link: TUD Board Candidates


Changes in Conservation

Although conservation is always encouraged, the District has lifted a mandatory reduction goal. TUD's Board of Directors approved reduced water conservation measures on September 9th. The Board approved Phase II Water Conservation measures to align with the State Water Resources Control Board's regulations on conservation. Some of the key elements include: outdoor irrigation be reduced to no more than twice a week; no application of potable water to any driveway or sidewalk; when washing a vehicle, use a hose with a shut-off nozzle. To read the complete list of Phase II Water Conservation Measures, Phase II Conservation For water conservation tips, visit Save Our Water or our Water Conservation page. Water Conservation Tips


Waterline Replacement Project

TUD is currently working on a water pipeline replacement project in downtown Sonora. The District has hired Njirich & Sons, Inc., a local contractor, who will be doing a water pipeline replacement on South Washington Street, between Church Street and Hospital Road, in downtown Sonora. The goal of the project is to replace about 3000’ of 6”cast iron pipe with new 10” PVC pipe. The water pipeline project will take place during the evening hours with work being completed between 8:00pm-6:00am, Sunday evenings through Friday mornings. The current estimated date for completion is November 14, 2014. Click this link to view the entire news release, Sonora Waterline Replacement Project .