Riverside Public Utilities

Water Rules & Rates

Water Rules

  Name Effective Date
  GENERAL PROVISIONS August 1, 2003
1. Adoption of Water Rules and Definitions September 27, 2011
2. Character of Water Service May 4, 2010
3. Establishment and Re-Establishment of Credit March 26, 2013
4. Deposits and Service Turn-On Charge March 26, 2013
5. Rendering and Payment of Bills March 26, 2013
6. Meter Investigations and Adjustments of Bills June 4, 2019
7. Discontinuance and Restoration of Water Service August 3, 2021
8. Temporary Water Service August 1, 2003
9. Shortage of Water Supply and Interruption of Delivery May 18, 1995
10. Water System and Fee Requirements August 20, 2011
11. Water Service Connections, Water Meters and Related Apparatus August 1, 2003
12. Water Supply Through Master Metering and Resale of Water September 27, 2011
13. Cross-Connections and Pollution of Supply August 1, 2003
14. Turn-On & Turn-Off of Water Service for Repair by Customer May 18, 1995
15. Water Waste May 18, 1995
16. Conveyance of Water Rights and Water Stock August 1, 2003
17. Disputed Bill Appeal Process May 4, 2010
18. Recycled Water Rules August 8, 1997
19. Water Diversion September 1, 2002
20. Utility's Right of Access March 26, 2013
  APPENDIX A: FEES AND CHARGES SCHEDULE February 1, 2020

 

Water Rates

Effective July 1, 2018

Name Effective Dates
Table of Contents
WA-1A - Single-Family Residential Metered Service July 1, 2018
WA-1B - Multi-Family Residential Metered Service July 1, 2018
WA-2 - Flat Rate – Temporary Service July 1, 2018
WA-4 – Riverside Water Company Irrigators July 1, 2018
WA-5 - Fire Protection Services and Fire Hydrants April 22, 2014
WA-6 - Commercial and Industrial Metered Service July 1, 2018
WA-7 - Interruptible Irrigation Service July 1, 2018
WA-8 - Greenbelt Irrigation Service April 22, 2014
WA-10 - Recycled Water Service July 1, 2018
WA-11 - Landscape Irrigation Metered Service July 1, 2018
WA-12 - Agricultural Service Water Rate January 1, 2020
WA-12 - New Customer Application January 1, 2020