• Leave the irrigation to Mother Nature

    There's rain in the forecast. Turn off all outdoor watering
  • Water Policy Forum

    Orange County water professionals met to discuss the extension of the Governor's Emergency Executive Order. Felicia Marcus, chair of the State Water Resource Control Board, addressed some of the issues facing YLWD

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  • District Pursues Refunding of 2008 Certificates of Participation

    The YLWD Board voted unanimously to pursue the option of refunding the District’s 2008 Certificates of Participation (COP's). Due to current municipal bond market conditions, there is an opportunity for the District to refinance the remainder of the life of the debt associated with the 2008 COP.

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  • YLWD again asks the State for relief from Drought Regs

    GM Marc Marcantonio's December 7th Testimony

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  • Pay Your Water Bill Online

    View entire bill detail online and print 24/7, Receive email notifications of new bills, View multiple Yorba Linda Water District accounts with one username and password

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Important Information About New Service Charge

The Yorba Linda Water District Board of Directors voted unanimously to raise the basic service charge after unprecedented State mandates to cut water use, left a more than $9 million hole in the District’s budget. The new Basic Service Charge, goes into effect on customer billings with the “Bill Date” on or after October 1, 2015.

The new rates were set after meticulous evaluation and analysis from District Staff, the Board and hired Financial Consultants, to determine the costs associated with providing safe and reliable water and sewer service to residents and businesses and in response to the critical impacts from the Governor’s actions earlier this year.

Read More About the New Rates

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Yorba Linda Water District will provide reliable, high quality water and sewer services in an environmentally responsible manner, while maintaining an economical cost and unparalleled customer service to our community.
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District News

  • District Pursues Refunding of 2008 Certificates of Participation +

    The YLWD Board voted unanimously to pursue the option of refunding the District’s 2008 Certificates of Participation (COP's). Due to Read More
  • YLWD Receives Prestigious District of Distinction Award +

    The Special District Leadership Foundation (SDLF) has recognized YLWD as a “District of Distinction.” The District of Distinction recognition is Read More
  • DISTRICT TO HOLD SPECIAL MEETING ON REFERENDUM +

    Due to the expeditious certification of the referendum petition by The Orange County Registrar of Voters, the District is holding Read More
  • REGISTRAR CERTIFIES REFERENDUM SIGNATURES +

    The Orange County Registrar of Voters has certified that the petition delivered to the Yorba Linda Water District on October Read More
  • YLWD JUNE 3rd DROUGHT LANDSCAPE WORKSHOP +

    We have posted a video of our recent Drought Landscape Workshop for those who were unable to attend.  Read More
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In The News

  • DWP board approves water rate hike to fix aging pipes +

    The board that oversees the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power on Tuesday approved the utility’s plan to increase Read More
  • Water Ratepayer's Catch 22 +

    Another month brings another round of drought-induced water conservation mandates to be met. Read More
  • Santa Monica’s Water Sprinkler Ban Likely a First: +

    In what seems to be a first in drought-stricken California, the City of Santa Monica is banning the use of Read More
  • Tiered water rate system goes down the drain +

    After several months of public meetings during which countless Simi Valley residents expressed strong opposition to the plan, a divided Read More
  • City proposes five-year plan to raise water/sewer rates +

    City Hall is working on a utility rate adjustment schedule that could see the average Morgan Hill family’s water bill Read More
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